Medieval surcoat


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Crafting standard
Main color - Wool
Lining Color - Linen
Available for order The product is available for order. We will make it for you and ship it within maximum of 30 days of receiving the payment (on average it is 7-14 Business Days). Time of manufacturing might be extended up to 60 days if you choose hand-made standard or if customizations are complicated.

A surcoat is a long loose outer garment put on over the head, commonly worn in the medieval period. This model of a medieval surcoat has sleeves which can be tossed to the back. We make this garment of wool with a linen lining.

In general, a surcoat should be a little bit shorter than a cotte.

Surcoat in the Middle Ages

A surcoat (or surcote) is a long outer garment used from the 13th century till the early 14th century. In the iconography, it is usually not tightened with the belt. Also, a medieval surcoat is a garment which may or may not have sleeves.

For men, a surcote usually had a form of a simple tunic worn over the head. It was a garment popular among knights who wore it over armor.

A surcoat gained similar popularity among women in that time. However, the medieval surcoat for women was originally characterized by a more significant role and specific look in the form of a spacious cloak or a robe.


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