As a member of the kings guard, you must look noble while still showing your knightly status. Thus, you wear the Purple Lawrence Halved Knight Tabard. It is ideal for your next historical reenactment or LARP event. Made from a cotton-poly blend, this sleeveless medieval tabard has a split design. One half of the vertical design is solid black. The other half of the design is a purple fleur-de-lis brocade.
Next, the knights tabard features open sides and a rounded neckline. It ends at the shins with a straight hem. There is a slit in the middle of the hem at the front and back. This allows for greater mobility. The tabard suits a variety of characters, from medieval to fantasy and more.
Historically, tabards originated as the simple garments of peasants, monks, and foot soldiers. By the late 15th century, they were commonly worn by knights over their armour, similar to a surcoat. Thus, this Crusader tabard is ideal for any medieval knight or noble to wear. This medieval surcoat works for a variety of medieval and fantasy characters, not just knights.
Please note that this item is made by hand from natural materials. Therefore, it may vary slightly from what is shown above.
- Has a halved black-and-purple design
- Features a fleur-de-lis pattern
- Sleeveless and rounded neckline
- Based on historical knights surcoats
- Ideal for reenactments and LARP events
- Made from a poly-cotton blend