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Gift Certificate / Layaway Payment Templar Knight Tunic and Cloak by Marto of Toledo Spain Calatrava Templar Knight Tunic and Cloak by Marto of Toledo Spain
Give someone a Gift Certificate to Swords From Spain OR use this to set up a layaway for yourself. When setting up a layaway, please indicate the product you want to put on layaway in the "message" box. All layaways must be paid off within 120 days. All cotton made clothing, composed of a white colored tunic and cloak, both provided with a sewn red Templar cross. Typical dress of a knight of the Templar order (1118-1314). Large size. accessories not included. All cotton made clothing, composed of black colored tunic and cloak, both with a sewn red Calatrava cross "fleury". Typical dress of a knight of the order of Calatrava. One size.  accessories not included
Teutonic Templar Knight Tunic and Cloak by Marto of Toledo Spain St. James Templar Knight Tunic and Cloak by Marto of Toledo Spain Hospitaller Templar Knight Tunic and Cloak by Marto of Toledo Spain
All cotton made clothing, composed of a white colored tunic and cloak, both with a sewn black Teutonic cross. Typical dress of a knight of the Teutonic order. One size.  accessories not included All cotton made clothing, composed of white colored tunic and cloak, both with a sewn red cross of Santiago. Typical dress of a knight of the order of St. James, founded in Spain in 1158 to protect the pilgrims on their way toward the Compostela sanctuary. One size.  accessories not included All cotton made clothing, composed of black colored tunic and cloak, both with a sewn white Hospitaller cross. Typical dress of a knight of the order of the Hospitallers. One size.  accessories not included
Templar Knight Tunic by Marto of Toledo Spain Templar Knight Cloak by Marto of Toledo Spain Calatravo Templar Knight Cloak by Marto of Toledo Spain
All cotton made clothing, composed of a white colored tunic provided with a sewn red Templar cross. Typical dress of a knight of the Templar order (1118-1314). Large size. accessories not included. All cotton made clothing, composed of a white colored cloak with a sewn red Templar cross. Typical cloak of a knight of the Templar order (1118-1314). One size. Cloak ONLY accessories not included. All cotton made clothing, composed of black colored cloak with a sewn red Calatrava cross "fleury". Typical dress of a knight of the order of Calatrava. One size. Cloak ONLY  accessories not included
Teutonic Templar Knight Cloak by Marto of Toledo Spain Saint James Templar Knight Cloak by Marto of Toledo Spain Hospitaller Templar Knight Cloak by Marto of Toledo Spain
All cotton made clothing, composed of a white colored cloak with a sewn black Teutonic cross. Typical cloak of a knight of the Teutonic order. One size.  Cloak ONLY accessories not included All cotton made clothing, composed of white colored cloak with a sewn red cross of Santiago. Typical dress of a knight of the order of St. James, founded in Spain in 1158 to protect the pilgrims on their way toward the Compostela sanctuary. One size. Cloak ONLY accessories not included All cotton made clothing, composed of black colored cloak with a sewn white Hospitaller cross. Typical dress of a knight of the order of the Hospitallers. One size. Cloak ONLY  accessories not included
Templar Knight Tunic and Cloak by Marto of Toledo Spain (small) Templar Knight Tunic and Cloak by Marto of Toledo Spain (medium) Chain Mail Coif (Hood) from Marto of Toledo Spain
All cotton made clothing, composed by a white colored tunic and cloak, both provided with a sewn red Templar cross. Typical dress of a knight of the Templar order (1118-1314). Small size. accessories not included. All cotton made clothing, composed by a white colored tunic and cloak, both provided with a sewn red Templar cross. Typical dress of a knight of the Templar order (1118-1314). Medium size. accessories not included. Chain Mail coif (hood) made with steel linked rings. The Chain Mail Coif was used for full head protection, leaving only the face bare, with the lower edge that falls over the shoulders. Initially one piece with the hauberk, it became a different element starting from the 13th century and in this version remained in use throughout all the 14th century, coexisting with the other typology. Usually it was worn under a cask or helm.
Chain Mail Hauberk (shirt) from Marto of Toledo Spain King Arthur Tunic by Marto of Toledo Spain Richard the Lion Heart Tunic by Marto of Toledo Spain
Steel Chain mail hauberk (shirt). Known since the Ancient Age as warrior's body armour, was developed at its best only during the Middle Age. It appeared again in Europe during the 11th century, constituting the main defensive element of the warring knights up to the 13th century. Easy to wear, it was quite flexible so it didn't hamper the movements, giving also  good protection against the sword's blows. Its effectiveness lessened against the blunt weapons and the points of arrows . The King Arthur Tunic by Marto of Toledo Spain (does not include belt,chainmail and hood). The Richard the Lion Heart Tunic Costume by Marto of Toledo Spain (does not include belt,chainmail and hood).