Roman Clothing and Roman Belts
We have a wide selection of Roman clothing. Our brightly colored Roman tunic copies the standard issue to the Roman legions from the days of the Republic to the end of the Empire. Worn under Roman armour or by itself, the simple lines of this tunic are classic and lend themselves to many combinations of clothing from later periods of history. The Roman Legionaries wore a red coarse woolen tunic to keep them warm and to provide protection and padding from the Lorica Segmentata. Romans took the color from the Spartan's red cloaks as later did the English army. Spartans wore red so that their enemies would never see them bleed. The Romans were belts to hang their swords and daggers from as well as showing a soldier's position and rank. Roman Legionaries worn roman sandals called Caligae that were made of leather with studs on the sole. Medieval Collectibles has a full selection of Roman clothing including Gladiator skirts, Roman sandals, Roman Belts and Baldrics and Roman tunics.
The baldric is the leather strap that goes across your chest and lets your sword hang at your hip. This Roman Leather Baldric is styled after the ones from ancient Rome and is a perfect accent to any legionnaire or Centurion look.
These Roman Warrior Sandals are a must for any ancient warrior. They are knee high and have a solid back with a strapped front. There are decorative accents all the way up the front of the leg. They are made from synthetic leather.
This Spartan Cape is an officially licensed product from Frank Millers graphic novel 300. Made from authentic materials, it is fully wearable, functional, and durable. Do not miss out on this cape, the mark of a true Spartan warrior.
Our War Skirts are made from top quality 7/8 oz. leather, making them very sturdy. These war skirts are available in black or brown with your choice of hardware, steel or brass. A great addition to any Roman or gladiator outfit.
The sleeves on the Roman Tunic are the real eye catcher, with a gold and black jacquard trim and the fabric slightly gathered into the hem. The Roman Tunic is made of a light to medium weight cotton that is woven to look like linen.
Worn under armor or by itself, the simple lines of this tunic are classic and lend themselves to many combinations of clothing from later periods of history. This versatility makes it a great addition to any wardrobe.
When you think of Roman footwear, the sandal is often what comes to mind. This Roman Sandal is perfect for completing an iconic and traditional Roman look, whether you are aiming for casual citizen or battle-hardened gladiator.
This wide kidney belt offers great protection in the coliseum. Made of an aged dyed leather, the belt has three adjustable straps with antiqued brass buckles for a secure fit. This is a classic style Gladiator belt.
The Womens Tall Gladiator Sandals make the perfect accessory to a Greek or Roman costume! The sandals feature brass studs and adjustable buckle straps. The skinny heel measures 4.5 inches tall, and they are available in brown or tan.
Our Roman style belt is made from thick, light brown leather. Decorative plates are riveted most of the way around with two hanging rings. This belt will look good with a large range of our swords.
The basic blue tunic of a slave, who fights for freedom and entertainment in the arenas of Rome. This simple rough weaved Gladiator tunic has unfinished edges, giving it a worn, peasant-like appearance.
Primarily ornamental, this Roman soldiers belt, called a Cinculum Militaire, was comprised of a studded leather belt with varying numbers of hanging leather strips and sometimes metal rings.
Some of the foremost warriors of the ancient world, Spartan warriors wore items that were less elegant and more practical and comfortable. The Spartan Sandals reflect that mentality with a simple look that hides rugged functionality.
The Roman Servant Sandals would make a great accessory for a Greek or Roman costume. The strappy sandals feature three brass studs, one stud on each strap up the front of the calf. These sandals are available in black and brown.
Contrary to popular belief, Roman soldiers did not wear sandals as a part of their uniform. Their footwear, the Roman Caligae, were more like shoes that featured an open shape, which was designed to be comfortable and functional.
The Roman Empress Boots are a great accessory for your Roman ensemble. They can be worn with Gothic or Modern wear, as well! The comfortable and stylish boots are made of soft microfiber and feature a 4.5-inch heel.
To a ranking Roman soldier, a war skirt was a stylish addition to their armor and an extra piece of protection to keep him safe in battle. This Praetorian Leather Battle Skirt offers to you a similar accent with ancient style.
This all leather Spartacus Belt from the hit STARZ series Spartacus has iron rings and metal accents. The Spartacus Belt has adjustable rear belts, fits approximately 36 - 45 Inch waist, and is 9 Inches high at tallest point.
The Roman Commander Belt is made from harness grade leather and custom hand formed metal plates. This superb belt could only belong to a Roman Officer and hero, making it perfect for Centurions and Praetorians.
Save the toga, nothing is quite as iconic for the Roman to wear as the bright red tunic. This Casual Roman Tunic creates the draped design of this classic Roman wear, while also opening the Roman style up to a number of other colors.
The toga might have been the symbolic garment of the Roman citizen, but no piece of clothing was quite as prolific as the tunic. This Late Roman Copt Tunic is based on a style that was popular in the southern bounds of the Empire.
Even across the sea in Roman-ruled Egypt, the fashion trends were quite similar. Romans in Alexandria and most of Egypt favored a garment like this Coptic Roman Tunic, as much for its style as for the comfort it afforded in the region.
Footwear has been important all throughout history, and one of the most iconic shoes of the Roman Empire have been recreated here in the Roman Caligae Sandals. These military boots were worn by many different ranks of soldiers.
This Centurion Belt is titled as such not because it possesses details worthy of a ranked officer, but because it is modeled after the belt worn by one such centurion, named Facilis, who served in the XX legion during the first century.
Perhaps as a way of spicing up the fight, gladiators did not often wear much. What little they wore was designed to offer slight protection, and nothing else. Thus, many gladiators wore as little as these White Gladiator Shorts.
This belt is the perfect accent to an assortment of Roman military looks, complementing the armor of decorated officers and generals alike! The RGZM Legionary Belt is an impressive decorative belt complete with an ornately plated apron.
This Decorative Brass Roman Belt with Apron is modeled after the Roman cingulum, allowing re-enactors and Roman enthusiasts to create a look and style that is impressively authentic, as well as incredibly detailed, from head to toe.
The Silver Greek Royal Belt is a fantastic example of a Greek and Roman tasset that many warriors would have favored. Indeed, this tasset is similar in design to the one that comes included with our classic looking Royal Muscle Cuirass!
This Roman Belt is an impressive and striking accessory that features impressive brass adornments across its surface. You could also call this belt a balteus or a cingulum, which are Latin words that respectively mean belt and girdle.
This Roman belt is something of an elaborate affair, featuring several unique touches that make it an impressive accent, to be sure. The 1st Century Roman Legionary Disc Belt serves well as an addition to any military based Roman costume or look.
This Roman Brass Decorative Belt With Apron is modeled after the Roman cingulum, allowing re-enactors and Roman enthusiasts to create a look and style that is impressively authentic, as well as incredibly detailed, from head to toe.
It should come as no surprise that Roman soldiers had a need to wear a belt. After all, it was necessary to carry their gladius. A belt, though, could also be a symbol of status, as is the case with this Roman Cingulum Belt.
Given their need to wear a sword (and oftentimes a dagger, too), it should come as no surprise that Roman legionaries often wore belts as a part of their attire. This Roman Military Belt is an example of one they would have favored.