Odin viking inner tunic in cotton. Can be worn separately or underneath a regular tunic.
According to historical finds, it is likely that most men wore a tunic underneath their clothing in the Viking and Middle Ages. These tunics were usually made of linen. (Linen was more expensive than wool, but it provided a better next to skin comfort.) This pattern is the same pattern as for the outer tunic, except that the sleeves and bottom hem are made longer. Certain sources suggest that the tunics worn next to the skin was longer than the outer tunic in order to show others that you were wealthy enough to afford an additional tunic. This model is slightly longer than the outer woollen or cotton tunic.
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