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Brown heavy Cotton Tunic.
Small: width (armpit to armpit) = 62 cm / arm length (yoke of shoulder to cuff) = 62 cm / length = 119 cm
Medium: width (armpit to armpit) = 64 cm / arm length (yoke of shoulder to cuff) = 63 cm / length = 120 cm
Large: width (armpit to armpit) = 65 cm / arm length (yoke of shoulder to cuff) = 65 cm / length = 122 cm
XL: width (armpit to armpit) = 71 cm / arm length (yoke of shoulder to cuff) = 68 cm / length = 122.5 cm
XXL: width (armpit to armpit) = 72 cm / arm length (yoke of shoulder to cuff) = 68.5 cm / length = 125 cm
XXXL: width (armpit to armpit) = 76 cm / arm length (yoke of shoulder to cuff) = 70 cm / length = 126 cmNote: The fashion of the era dictated that a tunic be somewhat baggy with (by modern standards) overly long sleeves. The above guide is valid for these tunics only: the size measurements may not be accurate for other garments we sell. Some medieval clothing websites may carry “.au” at the end of their address and have pricing in Australian dollars. They may even offer free postage, giving the impression that you’re dealing with an Australian business: but when you search the site for contact details, such as an address or telephone number, these are strangely absent! This is because such websites are located in places like Germany or China. When you order from such businesses, you are essentially being tricked into placing an overseas order, which of course means the delivery will take weeks, the risk of loss or damage is increased, and if there’s an issue with the apparel upon arrival (wrong item, bad quality, wrong size or colour) then sending it back will not be a realistic proposition. With The Medieval Shoppe you are dealing with a truly Australian owned and Australian located business.
Very happy with the Tunic, the material is great quality and a decent thickness/thread count, and the speed with which it was shipped was fantastic. Thank you Rhian on 24th May 2018
I was very impressed when I opened my parcel. The tunic is very authentic and well made, very reasonably priced too. I saw a very similar looking garment on the Viking TV series. Ernie on 11th Jul 2016