Medieval Tabard, Knights Templar, natural/redThis calf-length tabard is made of strong cotton fabric. It has a straight cut and side slits up to the waist. The front and back also have a slightly shorter slit in the middle. The classic cross of the Templars is appliquéd on the chest.The surcoat (als..
Knights Templar Costume (dress 100% cotton) complete with a white tunic and cape, accompanied by both a red cross sewn license. Accessories (camaglio iron and belt) is not included!
Typical attire of a knight of the Templar (1118-1314). the monastic knightly Order of the Knights Temp..
Templar Knight Cloak - This elegant heavyweight 100% cotton cloak is made to withstand any mishap.A drawstring secures the cape in front.It has a large red cross on the left side and a red inner lining.One sizeTemplar Knight Cloak - Red LiningThis long Knight Templar cloak is one of the heaviest and..
Templar TabardThis calf-length tunic is made of a polyester-wool blend and has a cotton lining. It is slightly flared and slit in the middle.The tabard or surcoat (also surcote, German: Wappenrock, Waffenrock or Waffenkleid) came up in the 12th century and was worn by many crusaders over their armou..
Hospitallers Cloak The Knights of the Order of the Hospital of St. John in Jerusalem (Latin name: Ordo Hospitalis sancti Johannis Ierosolimitani or also the Knightly Order of St. John of the Hospital in Jerusalem) were called Hospitallers. This knightly order was founded after the conquest of J..
Cloak of the Templars with inner liningCloaks were worn over armor by many Crusaders, often in combination with the matching tunic. Of course, the cross that showed the knight to fight for the liberation of Jerusalem should catch the eye.These Ulfberth capes have a very wide cut. No savings were mad..
The Templar Cloak is part of the templar clothing (1118-1314). Monastic knightly Order of the Knights Templar was founded in Jerusalem between 1118 and 1119 by French nobleman Hugues de Payens along with eight other companions to defend the pilgrims the streets of the Holy Land. The stories then flo..
Mantle black, accompanied by white cross sewn. One size. Warning: accessories not included! 100% cotton.
The Order of the Hospitallers of Saint John was founded in Jerusalem in 1070 by Fra 'Gerard Sasso for assistance to the pilgrims in the Holy Land. His successor, Raymond du Puy, completed the..
Standard Teutons,White flagEmbroidered crossDecorated with two black Teuton crosses110 x 70 cm.Tradition connects the establishment of the order with the establishment of a German hospital in Jerusalem.Around 1191 the Pope recognized her as an order under the name Hospital of Saint Mary of the Germa..