We have two main goals: historicity and security. That's why your clothing, only during fights, should be historical for Viking, Slav or Franc period.
Everything non-historically acurate protection and clothing shall be invisible. Only the fencing helmet will be exempted.
Below, you will find the list of mandatory clothing that will constitute your historical clothing. However, other types of clothing will be allowed, as long as they are historically accurate.(for instance: woolen hoods, kaftans, calf bands, etc…).
Whether it is a civil clothing or a superposition of many layers of cloth, the tunic is the first used body armor in combat, which its efficiency is very underrated.
It shall be made out of wool. If not, linen will be tolerated, but it will not be counted as a protection during battle.
Although they’re not a fight oriented article of clothing, its convenience and its usefulness make a very good body armor out of it. Strengthened by a pair of calf bands, it will offer a very good protection against slicing hit.
Must be in wool!
They’re one of the essential elements of the 5th century scandinavian warrior starter pack. They assure the feet are protected, one of the most important body part during combat.
Only historically accurate or historically compatible shoes will be accepted during the costume check time.