The Peasant Ensemble includes:
The Peasant Tunic: A great Tunic for those looking for their first garb to those in the SCA who want a Tunic that will last through years of hard wear. A plain short sleeve Peasant Tunic with a yoked keyhole neck opening. Made in the U.S.A from cotton twill fabric.
Peasant Drawstring Pants: Long pants with gathered cuffs and a drawstring waistband. These drawstring Peasant Pants for men or women are so comfortable that you will want to wear them even when you are not dressing in costume. Mid-weight pants in poly-cotton.
Biggin Cap in Cotton: A soft cotton cap (also known as a Coif or an Arming Cap) to keep hair neat and your head warm. In period, these were worn by all, from children to powerful men. Fighters wore the Biggen inside their helmets and under chain mail. On really hot days, workmen would rinse out their biggens and wear them wet to help them cool off. In period paintings, men usually wore them untied while women and children were pictured wearing them tied. Albrecht Druer pictured many figues wearing the Biggen under fancy hats. Made from 100% cotton. Colors: white, black, or natural. Natural takes dye easily. One size.
Jorvik Boots: These Norse style boots are modeled after archaeological finds in York. They have two adjustable leather toggles for fastening and a traditional leather sole. These hardy well made boots are perfect for a day at the Ren faire or a period reenactment camp. Because of the pointed toe they can run about a half size small but if you prefer a tighter fit the leather will stretch in time for a comfortable fit.