As an archer, if you are planning on doing any reenacting, a historic longbow and good medieval garb are the first steps towards creating an authentic look. And Medieval Archery can help you with both of those! In this section you will find our medieval clothing, offered for both men and women so that any archer can easily craft their own ensemble. Whether are you aiming for an authentic look from the pages of history or a fantasy look from your favorite setting, you will find a number of garments that will help you craft your look here. Peasant shirts, outlaw tunics, and medieval trousers all perfectly create base looks, while additions like cloaks, hoods, and more help to build your ensemble into something that no-one can ignore. And for the ladies out there, we offer plenty of options as far as medieval skirts and blouses go, so that you can keep on using your bow while looking like a lovely medieval maiden too! And we do not expect you to go barefoot, so we also carry some mens medieval boots and womens medieval boots to complete your look! Medieval reenactment has never been so easy for an archer! Just browse through the medieval garb here at Medieval Archery and you will likely get quite a few ideas on how to craft your own ideal archer ensemble.
Whether you are a Celt or a Norse Viking, add authenticity to your live action portrayal with the Bernhard Penannular Cloak Pin. This historical clothing fastener follows the open ring brooch design worn from 600 AD and beyond.
With its traditional design, the Bernhard Penannular Small Cloak Pin is a great accessory to a wide range of historical personas. From as far back as 600 AD, the open ring brooch was the clothing fastener of choice in the Celtic world.
Saint Bernulf was a 9th-Century Germanic bishop who is known for having died nobly for his cause. Those who wish to emulate such a steadfast spirit will benefit from adding the Bernulf Warrior Chausses to their medieval wardrobe.
A brave adventurer, traveling trader, or another medieval character needs to make sure that they wear footwear like the Black Medieval Peasant Boots. These leather boots make a great finishing touch to a variety of fantasy costumes.
Whether you are simply visiting the market or you going on a grand adventure, make sure that you have footwear like the Black Medieval Peasant Shoes. These shoes make a great finishing touch to a variety of medieval costumes.
The trumpets sound, calling your vast army into battle. With the Black with Red Cross Templar Tunic, you show to all where your loyalties truly lie. Wear this Crusader tunic to your next medieval LARP event or historical reenactment.
The German name Brandolf translates roughly to wolf swordsman, reflecting that the bearer of the name is a ferocious fighter. The Brandolf Warrior Chausses are an excellent garment for those who wish to brandish their might.
Attend your next historically themed event dressed as elegant as a goddess when you wear the Brangwine Celtic Dress. Made of ivory linen fabric, this full length Celtic gown features dramatic trumpet sleeves and gorgeous embroidery.
When wearing a full length hooded cloak is just too much, add the Bron Canvas Hood to your medieval LARP outfits. Made of sturdy cotton, this hood is great for keeping the cold and damp away from your face without extra bulk.
Whenever the gugel is too warm, the Bron Suede Hood serves as an excellent alternative for guarding yourself from the fierce wind and weather. The medieval hood can be paired with tunics or cloaks for near-seamless protection.
Allow neither the slight chill in the air nor a light rain to prevent you from enjoying a medieval outing. The Bron Wool Hood shields your face from the harsh weather elements without the extra bulk of a full-length hooded cloak.
You have accepted the quest requested of you. After packing your things, you set out on a new adventure wearing the Brown Medieval Peasant Boots. These boots make a great finishing touch to a variety of medieval and fantasy costumes.