|BMLE0007||L i n e n||Economical||25 21.25 EUR||
|BMLR0012||L i n e n||High||39 33.15 EUR||
|BMLS0011||L i n e n||Average||33 28.05 EUR||
Braies with legs reaching below the knees. The “tube” style with gussets near the waist. Ribbons near to the knees. Holes to fasten hoses for extra charge*.
|Size*||Client hips girth K||Braies hips girth||Braies tight girth|
|S||<90 cm||96 cm||50 cm|
|M||91-105 cm||110 cm||56 cm|
|L||106-120 cm||126 cm||70 cm|
|XL||121-135 cm||140 cm||70 cm|
|XXL||136-150 cm||156 cm||72 cm|
|Custom||+20% of the basic price|
The task of medieval underwear was to isolate the body from the outer woollen clothes - it was the only element of garments that was regularly washed. Usually it was made of linen, for wealthier users of silk, and in the late part of the Middle Ages of cotton. It is a basic and inseparable part of medieval clothing. Medieval men's linen consists of a shirt, braies and sometimes an underwear belt, and medieval women's linen consists of a long shirt.