The tunic was originally a Roman garment, but was soon taken over by Germanic tribes, and carried up into the Middle Ages by various North American and Central European nations and different classes. Our simulation corresponds to a tunic, as they already early medieval Roman legionaries, but also Germans, Celts and other tribes, and was carried in the High Middle Ages. The tunic is kept simple, but whoever wants to can them easily with their own borders, closures or extensions individually modified for his purposes.
Size Chest Sleeves total ca ca ca M 120 cm 50 cm 98 cm L 124 cm 52 cm 100 cm XL 128 cm 54 cm 105 cm
Machine wash Enter only the dry and ventilated garments in the machine. The drum should never be too full. Stay always at 30 degrees. Wash the garment on the left.
Hand wash New clothes can still turn out - so wash them separately at first. Use the hand wash cold water. Soak the clothing is not a scratch and avoid.
Drying Put the clothes drying not in the direct sunlight. Put your clothes to dry on the heater. Make sure you have adequate ventilation when using the clothes to dry indoors.
Ironing Please pay attention while ironing on the ironing symbols specified in the garments. Dampen your clothes before ironing slightly. Iron the garment on the left.
Woolen fabrics CAUTION for woolen fabrics. These do not belong in the washing machine or in the dryer. Woolen materials, if they are soiled and can not be cleaned by brushing, treat with a sponge and foam carefully, if possible ONLY the place which is affected. It is best to brush the wool only.
Should a complete washing be necessary, then bring to the next cleaning, no self-experiments in the washing machine or by hand wash. That should be worth the good piece nevertheless.