The Abraxas Canvas Robe is the perfect base for any medieval or Renaissance outfit. This historic robe pairs well with almost anything and comes in several colors, allowing for endless opportunities to mix and match this piece. This robe features a mock neck with a V-shaped cutout and long sleeves that taper out towards the hand with just the right amount of flair, an essential detail that will suit a variety of styles. The garment is secured at the back of the neck by three buttons. Don this classic robe for historical reenactments, Renaissance fairs, medieval gatherings, and more.
This item is handmade, therefore, it may vary slightly from what is shown above.
- Robe features mock neck and long, wide sleeves
- Fastened at the back of the neck with three buttons
- Great base for any medieval or Renaissance outfit
- Available in a variety of colors and sizes
- Made of cotton canvas
- Handwashing this item is recommended. Do not dry in the dryer. Do not bleach. Item may be ironed on a low setting.
Tom S. –
Heavy material, long robe with very long sleeves will definitely keep you warm on those chilly days and nights. I’m 6’2″ and 250 lbs and while the chest is a little snug around the front on the 2XL, the length and the rest of the fit are great.
Adam M. –
This robe is good quality for the price and seems to be sturdy and well-made. The fabric is tough and not too thin like you may expect. Sadly, it didn’t fit my large frame, which I might have known before purchasing had the waist dimensions been listed in the measurements section. This robe has a rather tapered design that isn’t meant for everyone. Fortunately, I was able to make it into a gift for a thinner friend whom it fit quite nicely.
a_hill2k (verified owner) –
Quality robe, very warm though. The XXL fit my 6’7″ 240 frame well, not too short or too baggy
Stephen (verified owner) –
Gorgeous robe – perfect for what I wanted, but it seemed to be way to long, since the XL size is:
X-Large: Chest – 46.5 Inches, Overall Length – 67 Inches, Sleeve Length – 26.5 Inches
I’m 5’10” and it has at least 2 inches on the floor. Not a deal breaker – I can cut and put a new hem in. Maybe check the mfgr for sizes and update as needed.
Devin Ellenwood (verified owner) –
“Is that a new robe,” my familiar asked me.
I glanced down at the black chicken that was looking quizzically at the red robe I was wearing. “Yes, it is. It’s one of the nicest I’ve ever owned.”
“What’s so nice about it, ba-cawk?”
“Well,” I answered with a smile on my face, “It’s made of an incredibly durable fabric, and it has a much better weight and feel than anything you can buy in the Amazon. The sleeves billow nicely, and it fits my stout frame rather nicely.”
“Oh, ok. By the way, that goblin of yours lit a fire in the fireplace.”
“What’s wrong with that,” I asked.
“He missed and lit it on your desk.”
I don’t remember getting out of my chair, but I do remember hitting face on the doorframe in my haste to get to my office.
nils.olson (verified owner) –
This is a very nice robe to wear under a variety of garments. The side seams go all the way down to the bottom hem, so it is a bit challenging to get over your head.
captaingreentoker420 (verified owner) –
I own quite a few of these quality of the canvas fabric is Amazing! The xxl and xl sizes swallow my 5‘11“ 220 lbs body better than any snuggy on a bitter cold night even with nothing else on. Very warm the large fits me very snug. Putting on a belt and pulling up the robe will help with dragging on the ground. My issue is that green is not consistent in color ( this goes for all Mytholon brand canvas) it’s mostly an olive drab green with lots of imperfections really only suitable for peasant attire. Only one is actually a Forest green. It has an imperfection looking like it had a huge hole that was sewn back up. The black ones are very dark and perfect in every way! If you order green expecting hunter green be ready to invest in dye.
jonathan.rayne (verified owner) –
Reasonably affordable, and the fabric itself is decent quality. The fit is as advertised, but as some have noted, the length is on the long side and it will need to be hemmed. However, I noticed when giving it the initial wash that the seams are finished quite poorly — they were serged after the garment was assembled, and only incompletely, as wherever the seams meet there is about a 0.5″-1″ gap of unfinished seam, which is already fraying quite considerably. Will need to finish these by hand to ensure that they do not deteriorate over the life of the garment.