Shop here for all our tunics and tabbards. Staple items in medieval and Renaissance wardrobes, we offer an incredible selection of these essential garments at Dark Knight Armory. Many of our historical tunics are available in fabrics like canvas, cotton, and wool to provide an authentic look and feel to your reenactment, LARP, or Renaissance fair outfit. Tunics are great additions to any outfit, and we offer both long and short sleeve styles, as well as both long and short tunic lengths. Whether your character is a peasant, archer, adventurer, nobleman, or even a king, we have a tunic that will work for you. Our historical tabbards are fantastic over-garments to add to your look. Inform everyone of your allegiances with a tunic in the colors of your kingdom or embark on a crusade with our Templar tabbards. All our tunics are ideal for creating knightly looks or simply adding interest to your reenactment outfit. When it comes to creating your own unique medieval, Renaissance, Viking, or fantasy look, you have got to take a look through our tunics and tabbards section.
Short tunics have existed since the Viking era, favorable due to their lessened length that allows the legs to move freely. The Early Medieval Short Tunic cuts off around the knees with a look perfect for guards and warriors.
The name Ekwin is derived from a Norse word that translates roughly to Swordbrother. It is only fitting that the most formidable of warriors, then, be garbed in the regal and imposing style provided by the Ekwin Viking Tunic.
Protect the peace and establish your dominion when you wear the El Cid Warrior Tabard to your next reenactment event. Made of 100 percent cotton fabric, this two tone knights tabard is perfect for showing off your true colors.
The Elven Tunic follows the age-old fashion trends of enchanted beings from the high fantasy realm. Whether you are a wood elf, an aristocratic high elf, or a half-blood adventurer, this garment belongs in your roleplay wardrobe.
Unleash chaos and destruction upon a fantasy realm as a warrior of an undead horde or take on a more noble cause as a knight of the Templar. Choose for yourself the side for which you fight with the Embroidered Crest Knightly Tabard.
Elves are known for their peerless works in nearly all crafts, and in regards to this Embroidered Elven Tunic, that reputation is upheld, making this a garment for any fantasy enthusiast to wear when creating an iconic elven style.
Battle for the Holy Land alongside your fellow Crusaders or become an undead warrior of a high fantasy realm. With choices between four different heraldic patches, the Embroidered Ranger Surcoat assists in fulfilling your chosen role.
Erik the Red, famous for founding a settlement in the tundra of Greenland, is one of the most well-known Vikings. The Erik Viking Tunic provides the style and warmth that someone like Erik, widely respected and easily chilled, requires.
Even fearsome Viking warrior-chieftains like Leif Eriksson were just children once. Start your little Vikings path to glory right with the Eriksson Childrens Viking Tunic, a garment that replicates authentic Viking clothing.
In Greek, the name Eustace means steadfast. Let the Eustace Greek Tunic be a steadfast staple in your own reenactment wardrobe! This cotton tunic is great for the ancient Greek era and can even suit medieval and fantasy settings.
The Farmers Tunic is inspired from the traditional early medieval period. The rich and thick fabric is heavy and accurate to the period. A braided frog clasp is used as a trim and a black cotton belt included.
The Felix Childrens Tabbard is a colorful way for children to get in on the fun of historical reenactment. This medieval style garment is easy to wear and comes in an assortment of bright and contrasting color combinations.
Not only was Joseph willing to help look for something appropriate for this project, when asked, he actually went and got each piece we were looking at so that he could measure them and give me the dimensions. I used up an extraordinary amount of his time. He was knowledgeable, patient and pleasa...