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French woolen pourpoint


French woolen pourpoint

Century: XIV, XV
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CODEMaterial
Standard
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Price
SMWS1377WoolAverage245 208.25 EUR
This offer lasts till the end of stock or till cancelled

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Based on a French iconography, the late-medieval 14th-century pourpoint will prove itself both in combat and as everyday civilian clothing. This woolen pourpoint is characterized by its low weight, natural padding and ease of movement. This quilted doublet has a low-profiled collar.

Our woolen pourpoint is a civil version of linen aketon.

The historical french pourpoint is available with several types of stitching:

  • on chest, back and shoulders – arched ones,
  • below the waist – horizontal, ended with vertical stripes,
  • vertical quilting is also used on the sleeves.

In standard offer, quilted doublet is tied like “overcast stitching”. Still, we give an option of modifying and replace the string with tin buttons or point tieing.

The outer layer of pourpoint is made of woolen fabric, while lining of linen. The padding has been made from felt of two thickness levels.
  • The thicker level is used on the torso part of a gambeson.
  • The rest is made of a thinner layer.

Such padding in this medieval clothing will work in everyday routine. Together with a well-chosen armor, will provide this gambeson with adequate and sufficient amortization.
For an extra charge (+15 EUR), it is possible to change the filling to a thicker one. In such case, the whole aketon will be made of two thin felt layers.

Aketon is available in several sizes (more in table below) or custom sized (with a small charge):
Size Chest girth Waist girth Hips girth Height
XS 84-92 cm 72-80 cm 88-96 cm 164-170 cm
S 92-100 cm 80-88 cm 96-104 cm 170-176 cm
M 100-108 cm 88-96 cm 104-112 cm 176-182 cm
L 108-116 cm 96-104 cm 112-120 cm 182-188 cm
XL 116-124 cm 104-112 cm 120-128 cm 188-194 cm
XXL 124-132 cm 112-120 cm 128-136 cm 194-200 cm
Custom Individual measurements. Price + 20%.


In order to choose a color of your French woolen pourpoint, please check it here before the purchase.

Origin of a woolen French pourpointu

Medieval arming garments in their time were very popular in civil fashion. Felted jacks, like our pourpoint, eventually were used in everyday routine. Thanks to solutions from arming gambesons, our woolen aketons give their owners more attractive body shape, bringing out a chest.

When designing the historical French woolen pourpoint, we’ve focused on mobility during the fight; that’s why we’ve used a new sleeve pattern, called ‘inverted elbow’. Thanks to this solution, the aketon stays in place and does not limit the freedom of movement.

Low weight, high mobility, natural materials and fidelity to historical sources – all of these distinguish the French pourpoint and makes it a great choice for both knightly battles and historical reconstruction.

Features of a woolen felt

Woolen felt, which has been used in our historical pourpoint, has a number of properties desired by the reconstructors. Wool has a high hygroscopicity, i.e. it can absorb a large amount of moisture without feeling wet. It also ensures proper thermoregulation of the body. Thanks to the use of natural materials such as linen and wool, our French pourpoint is a faithful representation of the medieval original and is fully biodegradable and it is an ecological renewable raw material.

Pattern of our woolen pourpoint

The project of our French pourpoint is based on a character found in "Histoire ancienne jusqu'à César, Faits des Romains". This source comes from fourteenth century.

The most important features:
- can be used both as a civil outfit and for fighting
- low weight
- natural materials
- historical look
- proper amortization
- high hygroscopicity
- natural heat regulation and thermal insulation
- high mobility and freedom of movement
- new sleeve pattern – so-called "inverted elbow"
- 6 sizes to choose from
- possibility to order a custom sized pourpoint
- the ability to easily adjust the size yourself
- freedom of use





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