Doublet – Early Type – Linen or Woollen

Doublet – Early Type – Linen or Woollen

110.00 220.00 

Early doublet with longer baskins and frowning on the shoulders. This is one of the basic elements of medieval man’s clothing.

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An early version of a doublet that can be made of linen or woolen cloth. This element of the dress was the basis of the medieval attire in the Middle Ages.

This doublet is characterized by a long basque, a low stand-up collar and a slight frown at the shoulders. The sleeves themselves are fastened at the wrist with two hand-made material buttons. The doublet has a natural linen lining and five pairs of lacing on the front as standard.

 
  • Like most doublets, it has holes for attaching the hose, all trimmed by hand.
  • Machine stitches are not visible in any place.
  • Doublet available in standard sizes, as well as tailor made.
  • Offered wool colors are in the footer of the page. Please specify it at the end of the order.

    Like all our clothing it can be hand or machine stiched. However, we always follow the principle to finish visible elements manually.

Weight1,5 kg