Medieval Kragelund tunic Askur, dark olive green
The look and cut of this tunic are based on archaeological finds dating from the 11th century. However, this is not a 100% reconstruction.
The Nederfrederiksmose bog body was found near the village Kragelund in Denmark in 1898. The so-called Kragelund man is the first bog body to be photographed at the site. He wore short leather boots with the tunic and had naked legs.
Our knee-length cotton tunic is made of strong canvas and has hand-sewn decorative stitches. It is elaborately worked and therefore designed exclusively as an upper garment. The tunic is flared out from the waist due to the wedges at the front and rear centre as well as at the side seams. The unusual cut of the sleeves ensures that the upper arm is wide and the forearm is cut normally.
This tunic is perfect for all Norsemen. For an authentic look, we recommend wearing them with a leather belt.
- Available sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL
- Colour: dark olive green
(also available: wine red)
- Material: 100% Cotton
- Total length for size L: approx. 119 cm (measured at the centre back)
- Care instructions: Machine wash at 40°C, gentle cycle, not suitable for tumble drying