Woolen winter coat, years 1250-1300

Depending on your position in society, it´s common to use several clothing, but in winters, it is allways a good idea to have a coat (or cotte) made in wool. For a better comfort, the coat is open from the waist front and back, allowing the tunic to be shown. It also features long sleeves to protect the hand from the cold winds. Made in natural wool and coated in soft cotton. Perfect for 13th and 14th C. Reenactment.

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Woolen winter coat, years 1250-1300

  • Made in 100% wool.
  • Lined in cotton.
  • Made by Marshal Historical

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