WUNITT GREEN COTTON PANTS - Medieval Viking Larp and Renaissance Mans PURE COTTON CANVAS Pants With Two Functional Pockets.
Our WUNITT pants are inspired by the Rus pants worn by eastern Vikings during the Middle Ages. As a both functional and eye-catching design, Wunitt will be a key piece in your wardrobe.
Designed with fierce fighters in mind, the fabric around the thighs is baggy, which allows a range of movement. In contrast, tight lower leg design prevents the pants from getting in the way or slowing the you down.
Latticework laces along the sides of the pants make sure they fit you perfectly. In addition, the waist has a drawstring for adjusting the fit. The Wunitt Medieval Pants Medieval, Viking and Renaissance, which come in black, brown, burgundy and green, are a fantastic addition to any Viking or medieval ensemble and are perfect for wear at Renaissance fairs.
Model Name : WUNITT
Material : 100% Natural Pure Cotton Linenlook CANVAS.
Our 100% pure cotton Linen-look CANVAS FABRIC is handwoven and produced in Turkey. It does not contain any azo dyestuff and chemical componds, does not harm your skin. The rough structure of the Canvas fabric gives the pants both an authentic look and also the living atmosphere of medieval and viking times.
STOCK SIZES ( Ready to immidate shipment by TNT Express) : S - M - L - XL - 2XL - 3XL
Pockets: Two functional pockets on each sides
Care and Cleaning: Hand Wash or Machine wash at 30 degrees. Low Iron if Necessary
Occasions: This WUNITT trouser is suitable for many occasions, including Halloween theme party, Pirate cosplay party, heritage festival,medieval theme party, Medieval Viking Renaissance fair, renaissance medieval Viking weddings,parade float, Halloween cosplay,cosplay party.
- Inspired by Rus pants worn by medieval Vikings
- Fit loosely around the thighs and tightly around the shins, allowing for comfortability and ease of movement
- Sides feature lacework below the knee for snug and adjustable wearing
- Comes in black, brown, burgundy and green
- Perfect for Renaissance fairs and medieval reenactments