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Quentin Wool Musketeer Jacket - Gray

Freyhand
218210000
104.11 €
The Quentin Musketeer jacket in gray wool is the perfect garment to look like a real musketeer, soldier or fantasy character in your LARP sessions. With a versatile design, this jacket can be worn open to show the clothing you're wearing underneath or buttoned up for a more protected look. One of the most striking features of this jacket are the tassels...
82.56 €
Tired of common coats and looking for something authentically different? You don't need to look any further. The magic and elegance of medieval times are intertwined in our 'Lilian' Coat, designed for those looking to make a difference. Characteristics: Historical Inspiration: Although many of our coats are based on historical patterns intended for...
Medieval coat Rus Bartosz model, Dark Grey-Yellow Medieval coat Rus Bartosz model, Dark Grey-Yellow 2
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89.18 € 99.09 €
Immerse yourself in medieval opulence with the Rus Bartosz Model Medieval Coat in an intriguing Dark Gray-Yellow combination! This coat embodies prestige and elegance, with contrasting colors that historically denote high social status. Discover the features that make this coat a masterpiece: Dramatic Color Contrast: Vibrant yellow adorns the cuffs,...
Medieval coat Rus Jakub model, Black-Burgundy Medieval coat Rus Jakub model, Black-Burgundy 2
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Medieval coat Rus Jakub model, Black-Burgundy

Burgschneider
255960000
51.99 € 57.77 €
Immerse yourself in medieval elegance with the Jakub Rus Model Medieval Coat in a striking Black-Burgundy combination! This coat combines functionality with elegance, creating a striking contrast that will not go unnoticed. Discover the features that make this coat an exceptional choice: Striking Color Contrast: The burgundy color on the hem and cuffs...
Medieval coat Rus Kosma model, Dark Grey-Red Medieval coat Rus Kosma model, Dark Grey-Red 2
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Medieval coat Rus Kosma model, Dark Grey-Red

Burgschneider
255950000
133.81 € 148.68 €
Immerse yourself in medieval opulence with the Rus Kosma Model Medieval Coat in a captivating Dark Gray-Red combination! Inspired by period-accurate finds and representations, this coat provides an elegant and robust appearance. Discover the features that make this coat a unique piece: Contrasting and Luxurious Details: The edge of the collar is trimmed...
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Two-tone red-burgundy cotton jacket

Mytholon
238700000
57.77 €
Discover the elegant two-tone red-burgundy cotton jacket. This jacket, with a small stand-up collar, is a very flattering option. It closes with laces at the front and has sewn eyelets. The inner lining matches the corresponding outer colour. Made from durable cotton, this jacket provides durability and comfort. Its two-tone red and burgundy design adds a...
Bodo Military Uniform Jacket Black
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Bodo Military Uniform Jacket Black

Leonardo Carbone
158560000
55.26 € 61.40 €
Look impeccable with the Bodo military uniform jacket in black! This garment, made in Germany by the renowned brand Leonardo Carbone, is made of 100% cotton, which guarantees its durability and comfort. In addition, its classic and elegant design will allow you to always look fashionable. The Bodo jacket is recommended to be machine washed at 30º, which...
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Quentin Wool Musketeer Jacket - Brown

Freyhand
218220000
104.11 €
The Quentin Musketeer jacket in wool, in brown, is the perfect choice for those looking to stand out as authentic musketeers, soldiers or fantastic characters in LARP events. This exceptional design allows you to wear the jacket both open, to show off the clothes you're wearing underneath, or buttoned up, for a more protected and elegant appearance. One...
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Quentin Musketeer Leather Jacket - Brown

Freyhand
218230000
173.55 €
The Quentin jacket in brown leather is the perfect choice for those looking to look like authentic musketeers, soldiers or fantastic LARP (live role playing) characters. With a design that allows you to wear it open or closed, this jacket offers you versatility in your style. The detail of the tassels topped with a metal drape that hangs from the...
Renaissance jacket various colors Renaissance jacket various colors 2
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Renaissance jacket various colors

Leonardo Carbone
082760000
57.89 € 64.32 €
Do you want to look like a real Renaissance gentleman? Then you cannot miss the opportunity to acquire our incredible Renaissance Jacket in various colors. Available in black, green and red, this jacket will take you straight back to the golden age of the Renaissance. Best of all, this jacket is made from 100% cotton, making it extremely comfortable and...
173.55 €
Present yourself to the world with style and distinction with this magnificent Barnaby Soldier, Musketeer or Pirate Jacket in grey. This long coat will add the finishing touch to any historical concept or LARP character you wish to represent. The Barnaby Jacket has been designed to cut past the knees, giving you a sophisticated and imposing look. Its...
173.55 €
The Barnaby soldier, musketeer or pirate jacket in brown is the perfect accessory to add an authentic finishing touch to your historical looks or LARP characters. With its long cut that hits the knees and buttons down the front, this jacket will keep you looking stylish and stylish while keeping you warm. The Barnaby coat made in Germany by Freyhand, a...
173.55 €
The Barnaby soldier, musketeer or pirate jacket in light brown is undoubtedly the perfect accessory to add a final touch to any historical concept or LARP character. This long coat, made of suede leather, stands out for its elegance and unique style. The Barnaby coat is characterized by its cut that falls below the knees, providing a sophisticated and...
173.55 €
The Barnaby soldier, musketeer or pirate jacket in black is the perfect accessory to give the final touch to your historical outfits or LARP characters. With its elegant and long design, reaching past the knees, this jacket stands out for its versatility and timeless style. Made in Germany by Freyhand, a renowned specialist in period clothing for LARP,...
There is no better way to complete your historical or LARP character outfit than with this awesome Barnaby soldier, musketeer or pirate leather jacket. Made in Germany by Freyhand, a renowned specialist in period clothing for LARP, Cosplay and recreationists, this brown suede leather jacket will be the perfect choice to stand out at any event. With a long...
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Víctor doublet in black velvet with buttons

Battle Merchant
190730000
42.48 €
A Víctor Doublet in black velvet with high-quality buttons to captivate all eyes! This exclusive doublet is perfect for festive or solemn occasions, highlighting your best attributes and enhancing your unique and sophisticated style. Crafted in premium lined velvet, this doublet falls just above the hips, giving you a stylish and distinguished look. In...
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The Renaissance, a time of cultural and artistic renewal in Europe, not only influenced art and philosophy, but also fashion. Coats from this era, with their rich history and detailed design, continue to inspire fashion today. In this article, we will explore some of the most iconic styles of Renaissance coats and their meaning in historical context.

The Capote: Protection and Style for the Aristocracy

The cape, a long, wide coat, was an essential garment in the wardrobe of the European nobility. Made of luxurious fabrics such as velvet and trimmed with fur, it not only offered protection from the cold, but also served as a symbol of status and wealth. Cloaks often featured ornamental details, such as gold embroidery and elaborate buttons, reflecting the art and craftsmanship of the period.

The Hooded Cloak: Between the Practical and the Mysterious

Hooded cloaks were popular with both men and women during the Renaissance. These garments not only provided warmth but also added an element of mystery and elegance to the outfit. Capes could vary in length, from short that barely covered the shoulders to long that reached the floor. They were common in fabrics such as wool, for everyday use, and in silk or velvet for more formal occasions.

The Justabody: The Evolution of the Renaissance Coat

The bodysuit, precursor of the modern coat, was a tight-fitting garment worn over the shirt and under armor. Over time, these became more elaborate and decorative, serving as indicative of the wearer's social position. Justacorps were characterized by their rich fabrics, vibrant colors, and ornamental details, such as precious metal buttons and intricate embroidery.

Travel Coats: Functionality on the Road

During the Renaissance, long journeys required practical and resistant clothing. Travel coats were designed to be durable, comfortable and versatile, able to protect travelers from the elements. These coats were usually made of thick wool and were complemented by capes and hoods for additional protection against rain and cold.

Embroidered Coats: Art in Fashion

The embroidered coats of the Renaissance were true works of art. Artisans spent countless hours embellishing these garments with gold, silver and silk threads, creating complex designs that often told stories or depicted mythological scenes. These coats were symbols of luxury and refinement, reserved for the most solemn occasions and the most influential figures in society.

The Importance of Color in Renaissance Coats

The color of a coat was not a casual choice in the Renaissance. Vibrant colors, achieved through expensive imported dyes, were another way to display wealth and status. Deep reds, bright blues and vivid greens were common among the aristocracy, while more muted tones were reserved for the working class.


Why did Renaissance coats have so many ornamental details?

The ornamental details not only served to embellish the garment, but also to show the status, wealth and power of the wearer. Fashion was a form of personal and political expression.

Were the same materials used for all the coats?

No, the material depended on the purpose of the garment and the social status of the wearer. People of high society preferred luxurious fabrics such as velvet and silk, while wool was common among the working classes.

Were Renaissance coats comfortable?

Comfort varied depending on the design. Some, such as jousts, were tight-fitting and could be restrictive, while capes and cloaks offered greater freedom of movement.

How did travel affect Renaissance fashion?

The travels introduced new materials, techniques and styles to Renaissance fashion, enriching European clothing with influences from other cultures.

Who could afford coats embroidered with gold and silver?

Only the aristocracy and the very wealthy could afford these luxurious coats, as the materials and labor were extremely expensive.

Why were colors important in Renaissance coats?

Bright, vibrant colors were signs of wealth and status, as dyes were expensive and difficult to obtain.

Are Renaissance coats considered an art form?

Yes, especially the embroidered and decorated coats, which required advanced artistic skills to create and were often prized as much as the works of art of the time.


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