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Landsknecht Trousers - Hannes
Landsknecht Trousers - Hannes
44,90 €
Thorsberg trousers - Witigis
Thorsberg trousers - Witigis
34,90 €
Medieval children's trousers - Totila
Children's trousers - Totila
24,90 €
Viking trousers - Igor
Viking trousers - Igor
34,90 €
Trousers - Rikmar
Trousers - Rikmar
29,90 €
Medieval Trousers for Kids
Medieval Trousers
24,90 €
Trousers - Rikmar
Trousers - Rikmar
29,90 €
Viking trousers - Igor
Viking trousers - Igor
34,90 €
Medieval children's trousers - Totila
Children's trousers - Totila
24,90 €
Knickerbockers - Fencing master
Knickerbockers - Fencing master
39,90 €
Medieval tights man black
Medieval tights man black
39,90 €
Medieval Tights man brown
Medieval Tights man brown
39,90 €
Knee Socks
Knee Socks
9,90 €
Thorsberg trousers - Witigis
Thorsberg trousers - Witigis
34,90 €
Cowboy Pants brown
Cowboy Pants brown
59,90 €
Knee Breeches - Archie
Knee Breeches - Archie
54,90 €
Trousers - Albert
Trousers - Albert
64,90 €
Kilt Grey-Blue
Kilt Grey-Blue
39,90 €
Medieval Trousers for Kids
Medieval Trousers
24,90 €
Landsknecht Trousers - Hannes
Landsknecht Trousers - Hannes
44,90 €
Trousers - Robin
Trousers - Robin
44,90 €
Velvet Pants "King Henry VIII"
Velvet Pants "King Henry VIII"
89,90 €
3/4 Harem Pants brown
3/4 Harem Pants brown
59,90 €
Pirate Pants black
Pirate Pants black
39,90 €
Knickerbockers with Lacing black
Knickerbockers with Lacing black
64,90 €
Trousers - Ichabod -15%
Trousers - Ichabod
54,90 € 64,90 €
Medieval Velvet Pants gray
Medieval Velvet Pants gray
39,90 €
Halfling trousers - Berto, brown -25%
Halfling trousers - Berto
from 29,90 € 39,90 €
Trousers - Airship pilot
Trousers - Airship pilot
79,90 €
Cavalry Uniform Trousers
Cavalry Uniform Trousers
49,90 €
Knickerbockers with Lacing burgundy
Knickerbockers with Lacing burgundy
64,90 €
Harem Pants black
100% cotton
59,90 €
Sailor's Pants -10%
Sailor's Pants
44,90 € 49,90 €
Trousers - Union infantry
Trousers - Union infantry
59,90 €
Jodhpur Trousers - striped
Jodhpur Trousers - striped
79,90 €
Trousers - Confederate infantry -50%
Trousers - Confederate infantry
from 39,90 € 79,90 €
Uniform Trousers black -11%
Uniform Trousers black
from 39,90 € 44,90 €
Harem pants brown
Harem pants brown
59,90 €
Harem Pants striped
100% cotton
59,90 €
Leather Pants Mercenary
Leather Pants Mercenary
149,00 €
Sailor's trousers striped - Johnny -25%
Sailor's trousers striped - Johnny
29,90 € 39,90 €
Pirate Pants green
Pirate Pants green
39,90 €
Striped Pirate Pants grey-black
Striped Pirate Pants grey-black
39,90 €
Spartacus Gladiator Loincloth beige
Spartacus Gladiator Loincloth beige
44,90 €
Medieval Velvet Pants green -40%
Medieval Velvet Pants green
from 29,90 € 49,90 €
Medieval Tights man grey
Medieval Tights man grey
39,90 €
D'Artagnan Leather Pants
D'Artagnan Leather Pants
129,00 €
Medieval Velvet Pants black
Medieval Velvet Pants black
49,90 €
Breeches - King Henry VIII
Breeches - King Henry VIII
44,90 €
 

Medieval Pants in our Larp-Shop

Medieval trousers are defining for medieval markets and live role playing events. For example the Viking trousers Thorsberg-trousers. In Larp or on the medieval market suitable medieval trousers and medieval skirts for ladies belong to the basis of every good garment. Be it striped pirate trousers, knee breeches for the courtly gentleman of the Renaissance, leg warmers or pantalons for the nobleman or knight of the late Middle Ages or orientally inspired turkish trousers for the caravan driver. the matching medieval trousers will enhance your character concept.
 

From Trousers & Chausses, to Breeches & Knickerbockers - The history of medieval pants 

Already 1000 before Christ Mongolian riders wore trousers and Germanic waistband trousers existed already in the Iron Age. The Bracae, also Braccae, was the wool trousers of Antiquity. People living in the north wore ankle-long trousers and otherwise up to the knee. It was held with a belt. The Celts contributed significantly to the spread of the Bracae. The Romans had the Feminalia and took over the Bracae from the Celts. In Great Britain this type of trousers was still popular in the Middle Ages.
 
The medieval trousers developed only slowly. Chausses, something like stockings made of leather, cotton and linen, only went up to the knee until the 10th century. From the 12th century there was the Bruoch, or also Brouche. Something like our modern boxer shorts. The long Chausses were attached to these. Of course, this allowed a deep look into man's privat areas, just because the upper garment of the gentlemen became shorter and shorter in the late Middle Ages. So that the medieval trousers for the gentleman had to be extended by the Braguette, in order to cover or particularly emphasize the mens groin. Depending on the fashion.
 
From the 15th century onwards, everything was sewn together to create the medieval thights known to all of us, the so-called pantalons. From Spain came the short Renaissance trousers with slashed fabric. We know the long version as trousers for lansquenets. They wore alternatively also turkish pants or harem pants, which was taken over by the population in Germany in the 16th century.
 
When the pantalons were increasingly made of firmer fabric and also had no more feet and only reached to the calves, they became knee breeches, knickerbockers or so-called culottes. These were available from the 16th century onwards and became established in all classes of society. Still today the Breeches are part of the Livrees for coachmen or servants. With the French Revolution the long trousers became fashionable again and remained so till today. Sometimes worn with suspenders, then again with belt.
 

Pirate trousers, Viking trousers and more at Andracor

Pirate trousers and Viking trousers and other medieval trousers or trousers from other eras can be found at Andracor. If you're looking for elegant Victorian trousers as Steampunk trousers or waistband trousers for your Viking character, you've come to the right place. We also have turkish pants for oriental characters or as pirate pants. Various knee breeches as Renaissance trousers or for modern characters, colorful Landsknecht trousers, pantalons and uniform trousers we have in our assortment. And who likes it more special, the tartan skirt, so-called kilt, as skirt for highland men, is also not missing.
 

Medieval trousers for ladies

Not only skirts is interesting for women of the Middle Ages and Antiquity. Antique sources testify: Women also wore trousers. Already Tacitus mentions this and also on the Trajan pillar on the Forum Romanum you can see Daker women in a kind of medieval trousers for ladies. Unfortunately this was rejected in the Middle Ages with the emergence of the dresses. So if you wanted to be a particularly cheeky and unconventional lady, you could finally wear trousers or trouser skirts again for cycling or riding at the beginning of the 20th century. In the golden 20's and above all because of the 1st World War, it was finally possible for women to keep the trousers on. Suitable medieval trousers for ladies can be found here.
 
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