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You’ll look quite the successful Viking in this beautiful hand-made tunic. And you won’t believe the comfort of the construction and fabric! Inset sleeves and side gores give you the freedom of movement you want. And linen is another of those lost secrets of the old ones. The way linen wicks moisture away from your body keeps you cool and comfortable on even the hottest days. The other great feature of linen; it gets softer the more you wash it, just like your favorite jeans!

Each tunic is made individually just for you. Add this one to your cart now and get ready for more than a few compliments when you stroll into the camp! This style is SCA historical and is also appropriate for Medieval and Renaissance periods.

The fabric is a medium weight 100% linen: machine wash cold, tumble dry, iron on linen/cotton setting. The trim is a beautiful celtic knot jacquard that measures 7/8” wide.

Men's sizes (chest measurement L(36-42) XL(44-48) 2XL(50-52) 3XL(54-56)

The tunic has been the most common garment worn by both men and women throughout history. From the ancient Greeks through the Romans, and medieval times, tunics represented an easily made, highly comfortable, garment that could be worn by all sectors of society. Tunics were made in many different fabrics, colors, and levels of decoration depending on a person's position and wealth, and even the place they came from.

My pattern is based on the Viking tunic found at Birka (Sweden), dating from the 9th and 10th centuries.

Please allow 2 weeks for delivery. Other colors and trims are available - email me with any questions, I'm always happy to help!

Historical Viking, Medieval linen tunic with Celtic knot trim