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Category: Female Clothing > outer garments



Surcote with pockets


Surcote with pockets

Century: XIV, XV
Surcote with pockets. Medieval Market, Loose, long outer garment, put on over the head

Surcote with pockets - Medieval Market, It does not restrict movement, while providing protection against the cold.
Surcote with pockets - Medieval Market, It has short, cut sleeves, reaching down to the elbows and a rounded neckline.
Surcote with pockets - Medieval Market, The shape of the sleeves is an additional decorative element
Surcote with pockets - Medieval Market, There are slits in the hip area, resembling \
Surcote with pockets - Medieval Market, The surcote can be worn with a long sleeve cotte, cottehardie or other outer garment.
Surcote with pockets - Medieval Market, t is possible to trim the edges of sleeves and cuts, e.g. with fur
Surcote with pockets - Medieval Market, It works great during winter walks or expeditions
Surcote with pockets - Medieval Market, It goes well with any outfit and headdress for a lady


CODE Material Standard Price
WKWS1613WoolMixed 295.00 EUR

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Loose, long outer garment, put on over the head. It has short, cut sleeves, reaching down to the elbows and a rounded neckline. There are slits in the hip area, resembling "pockets".

The surcote can be worn with a long sleeve cotte, cottehardie or other outer garment. It does not restrict movement, while providing protection against the cold. The shape of the sleeves is an additional decorative element, and their length allows you to emphasize the hands and sleeves of the dress worn underneath, finished with, for example, buttons.

Why are there holes in the front of the surcote?

If you were wondering, while wearing a surcote, how to "get" to your pouch or how to find the keys without removing the top layer, this product will make it much easier for you. Thanks to the slits on the front, you will be able to quickly remove the necessary things from the bags attached to the belt. In addition, you can hide your hands to warm them.



Our surcote with "pockets" is made of wool with a linen lining. In order to choose the colors of the material, please check our sampler here!

It is possible to finish the edges of the sleeves and cuts, e.g. with fur. For that, please contact Customer Service before placing an order.



How many sources are there for surcotes with "pockets"?

There are quite a lot of them. It is enough to browse through a few 15th-century manuscripts to find our surcote on their pages.

An example of this type of short-sleeved outer garment can be pictures of womens in "L'ptre Otha", dated 1410-1415.

Ladies with visible slits around the hips and short sleeves trimmed with fur can be found in "Le livre de femmes nobles et renomes" from around 1440. But with additional hems of these openings and with a characteristic neckline - in "Alexander Romance", dated 1338 - 1410.






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