The Tabard - Typical for the Middle Ages!
A coat of arms is the garment of knights and soldiers of the Middle Ages, par excellence. It served as an identification mark for the belonging to a troop and was therefore kept in the colors of the regiment or banner.
It was worn over the armour and held together by a belt or sword hanger at the hip. Often tabards were heraldically decorated with the Banner of the troops. Simple soldiers were usually only equipped with the colour code.
In our medieval shop we have a variety of historical tabards, and different tunic colors to equip a troop in Larp.