The Thornberg pants are replicated in the style of found in Thorsberger Moor pants fragments.
In the archaeological site in Thorsberger Moor, it was the general doctrine, according to a place of worship of the god Donar / Thor in the settlement area of the German tribe of the Angles. Most finds date from the 3rd and 4th century.
The Thornberg pants is therefore a piece of clothing that is unique to the Germanic habitat, and therefore a must for an authentic Germanic or Viking garb.
The early medieval Authentic is underlined even by the Wollfilzstoff used. The wool felting is made of 74% wool, 15% polyester, 7% Polyamide and 4% other natural fibers