Not everyone in the Middle Ages was royalty. Most people were peasants. But that does not mean their roles were not important. As peasants made up a massive part of medieval society, their livelihoods and character types were quite diverse. We carry a wide range of styles here in our mens peasant clothing section, and much of it is versatile enough to work for most any look. Shop peasant tunics, lace-up shirts, canvas peasant jerkins, and mens peasant pants here that can help form the base of an incredible range of medieval, Renaissance, or even fantasy looks. Shop here for all our mens historical clothing fit for medieval peasants.
Classic outerwear for the Renaissance fair or another historical re-enactment event, the Aaron Canvas Cloak comes in a traditional cut suitable for many different period characters. The medieval cloak features a large hood.
The hooded cloak is a simple yet stylish staple of any medieval ensemble, serving many functions while also adding a bit of authenticity to an outfit. The Aaron Wool Cloak offers this modest but vital garb in a variety of colors.
Comfortable, stylish, and classic in their appeal with just enough detail, the Adventurer Pants are an essential addition to reenactment wardrobes. Do not forget this important piece of clothing when embarking on your next quest!
For the archer who wishes to blend into the forest, or the assassin who seeks anonymity in the crowd, the Archers Simple Hood protects your features from unwanted eyes as well as the elements, allowing you to focus on your target.
Wizards, priests, scholars, mages, and more will find the Arndt Cotton Robe a marvelous addition to their wardrobe. Classic in its style and easy to wear, this long sleeved robe has a loose fit for plenty of mobility and comfort.
Named after a 13th century English count, the Audemar Cotton Undertunic adds finesse to almost any reenactment outfit when worn as a base layer. This breezy cotton mens robe is a high quality staple for historically inspired wardrobes.
Cloaked in the Aurelius Cotton Robe, you prepare to cast your most powerful spell. This 100 percent cotton robe is not only great for sorcerer types, but makes a versatile overgarment for quite a number of characters and settings.
Saint Bernulf was a 9th-Century Germanic bishop who is known for having died nobly for his cause. Those who wish to emulate such a steadfast spirit will benefit from adding the Bernulf Warrior Chausses to their medieval wardrobe.
The German name Brandolf translates roughly to wolf swordsman, reflecting that the bearer of the name is a ferocious fighter. The Brandolf Warrior Chausses are an excellent garment for those who wish to brandish their might.
Whenever the gugel is too warm, the Bron Suede Hood serves as an excellent alternative for guarding yourself from the fierce wind and weather. The medieval hood can be paired with tunics or cloaks for near-seamless protection.
You cannot go wrong with the Carl Canvas Cloak. With its versatile design and durable cotton canvas construction, this cloak is an easy way to embellish any outfit or protect your body from the elements during outdoor events.
An ideal look for Renaissance fairs and historical re-enactments, the Carl Canvas Tabard suits a wide range of looks. The medieval tabard is crafted from rough cotton fabric with excellent texture that feels great to wear.
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