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Short medieval cloak with hood Kim model. It is made of 100% cotton. It closes with a button. The cape measures 75 cms. long in front and 100 cms. In the back.
€61.03

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Lambskin in tones that vary from natural white to ivory. unique pieces that medieval Vikings and other ethnic groups dressed. The approximate length is 90 cm. but can vary as no skin are alike.
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Cloak great for women with large hood that can also be used as a protective neck winter. It comes with decorative edging and front closure. It is made of wool. Only CUIDADOS.- dry cleaning (wool)
€87.48 €97.20
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Big winter coat, black color, for women with large hood that can also be used as a protective neck. It comes with decorative edging and front closure. It is made of wool. Only CUIDADOS.- dry cleaning (wool)
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Medieval cloak Paul model for children in black. The cape comes with a hood, is made of 100% cotton and closes with a button. Available in 3 sizes. It should be washed at 40º with delicate clothes.
€82.56

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Medieval cape with high neck and no hood. It closes with a button and has openings on the sides so you can keep warm while moving your arms. Circumference: 154 cms.
€30.58

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Medieval Burkhard Unisex cape various colors made of cotton. It is fastened in front with a wooden button. One size. Includes hood. Recommended machine wash at 40º C. Perform a gentle wash cycle. Do not use dryer.
€69.80 €77.55
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Templar cloak with the red velvet cross embroidered on the shoulder. The cape is made of 100% high quality cotton. Includes leather and brass closure. It is an indispensable complement to your Templar Order costume.
€82.64
Cloak-medieval gorget made with real leather and adjustable Hispanic goat by a front strap. Article handcrafted real leather and top quality.
€97.20
Cloak great for women with large hood that can also be used as a protective neck winter. It comes with decorative edging and front closure. It is made of wool. Only CUIDADOS.- dry cleaning (wool)
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What is a layer?

The cape is a warm garment that serves to keep warm when temperatures drop and can also serve to hide a person's identity, with the help of the hood. The cape is worn over the shoulders, closed at the neck with ties or a brooch, and is usually warm to the ankles or knees.

The cape in history

One of the first to wear the cape were the Romans. The noble classes such as doctors, actors, and teachers wore colored cloaks. In ancient Rome, the cape without a hood was used by Roman soldiers, especially in the Nordic wars, where temperatures were very low.

The cape was a garment widely used in medieval times as it helped to keep warm and protect from wind and rain. The nobility wore warm and highly decorated capes, sometimes with embroidery, while the peasants wore capes of dark colors and poor materials. Most of the time they were closed with some clasps at the neck or simply by tying the two ties with a knot. Thieves also used hooded capes in night robberies to hide their own identity and cover their faces.

The Templar warriors wore a white cape with a cross, which kept them warm on long journeys on horseback. Others who wore capes with a cross were the musketeers, who wore a blue cape.

After the Renaissance, the cape began to lose importance and we find it again in the First World War, where soldiers wore a simple wool cape on the Nordic fronts.

In Spain, the Civil Guard corps wore the cape until the end of the 1980s and then it was permanently removed from the uniform.
Other world military bodies continue to use the cape today as a part of the gala suit, worn only on special occasions.

Layer Materials

The layers can be made of different materials since they have to be warm at different times of the year:

Wool

It is mainly used in winter.

Cotton

It is used in spring or autumn.

Synthetic

covering very little can be used when temperatures are not very low.

Natural skin

They are very warm and can be used in low temperatures. They usually cover only the back part of the back (goat skin) or only the neck (fox skin).

The cape is the perfect garment to keep warm at medieval fairs. We have all kinds of capes, with or without hoods, Templar, Viking, spring or winter. If you do not know which one to choose, do not hesitate to contact us .

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