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.
The dual colored style of this 14th C. Two-Toned Hood is a perfect match to our similarly named tunic (item number AH-PA2002). Worn with it or separately, this hood is an eye-catching accent to any number of authentic ensembles.
Sometimes, you just want to stand out in your medieval attire. If that is the case, than little can compare with this 14th C. Two-Toned Tunic, which offers a duality of color alongside a classic shirt design from the medieval era.
Classic outerwear for the Renaissance fair or another historical re-enactment event, the Aaron Canvas Cloak comes in a traditional cut suitable for many different period characters. The medieval cloak features a large hood.
The hooded cloak is a simple yet stylish staple of any medieval ensemble, serving many functions while also adding a bit of authenticity to an outfit. The Aaron Wool Cloak offers this modest but vital garb in a variety of colors.
The earthy look of the Adelard Norman Tunic evokes eras past and tales of daring. Made of an olive green suede material, this medieval style tunic is perfect for reenactment events, Renaissance fairs, and theatrical performances.
The life of an adventurer is often exciting, and you must be ready for anything. Wear the Adventurers Surcoat on your next great quest or journey. It is especially wonderful for LARP events, Renaissance faires, and reenactments.
So named for the ancient king of the Anglo-Saxons, the Aethelstan Saxon Tunic is a finely crafted staple for reenactment wardrobes. Made of a wool blend material, this dark red mens tunic is long sleeved and warm for cooler climates.
A simple garment for medieval re-enactments or the Renaissance fair, the Alina Underdress makes a useful addition to any period wardrobe. The long-sleeved dress is crafted from high-quality cotton perfect for cooler weather.
The Amelia Canvas Blouse is a staple addition to any historically inspired wardrobe. Made of cotton canvas, this womens blouse features an adjustable drawstring neck, long sleeves, and a lightly shaped, figure flattering construction.
The Amelia Linen Blouse works as a part of many historical costumes. Pair it with other pieces to create your extraordinary costume or character. This versatile shirt looks great at any LARP event, fantasy convention, or reenactment.
The Angus Penannular Cloak Pin follows an open ring design seen in historical clothing fasteners for centuries. As far back as 600 AD, the brooch became widely used by the Celtic world with continued popularity into the Viking Age.
From approximately 600 AD and into the Viking Age, open ring brooches such as the Angus Penannular Small Cloak Pin were the chosen clothing fasteners of both Celtic men and women. Style and material even denoted ones social status.