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Vikings Larp & Reenactment

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Ring holder - Runar NEW
Ring holder - Runar
Weaponholders
12,99 €
Sax knife - Beowulf Larp weapon NEW
Sax knife - Beowulf
Larp Weapons
59,99 €
Decorated Seax knife - Norn Larp weapon NEW
Decorated Seax knife - Norn
Larp Weapons
89,99 €
Viking dagger - Warrior Larp weapon NEW
Viking dagger - Warrior
Larp Weapons
64,99 €
One handed battle axe - Krieger Larp weapon NEW
One handed battle axe - Krieger
Larp Weapons
169,99 €
Two handed battle axe - Krieger Larp weapon NEW
Two handed battle axe - Krieger
Larp Weapons
189,99 €
Long axe - Yngvar Larp weapon NEW
Long axe - Yngvar
Larp Weapons
219,99 €
Decorated viking sword - Edda Larp weapon NEW
Decorated viking sword - Edda
Larp Weapons
169,99 €
Longdagger - Ragnar Larp weapon NEW
Longdagger - Ragnar
Larp Weapons
109,99 €
Longsword - Ragnar Larp weapon NEW
Longsword - Ragnar
Larp Weapons
169,99 €
Shortsword - Viking Larp weapon NEW
Shortsword - Viking
Larp Weapons
109,99 €
Tomahawk - Sachem Larp weapon NEW
Tomahawk - Sachem
Larp Weapons
39,99 €
Throwning axe - Urios Larp weapon NEW
Throwning axe - Urios
Larp Weapons
39,99 €
Medieval belt bag - Cymeria NEW
belt bag - Cymeria
Pouches
69,99 €
Medieval fabric belt - Etain NEW
Fabric belt - Etain
Belts
19,99 €
Viking belt - Hrothgar NEW
Belt - Hrothgar
Belts
49,99 €
Leather bracers - Wyrm NEW
Bracers - Wyrm
Leather Armours
39,99 €
Medieval Fibula - Ragnarok NEW
Fibula - Ragnarok
Clasps
12,99 €
Outrider Helmet PU NEW
Outrider Helmet PU
Plate Armour
89,99 €
Roundshield - Red/White (70cm)
Roundshield - Red/White (70cm)
Shields
179,00 €
Chainmail short sleeved, rivetted - Royal Guard
Chainmail rivetted - Royal Guard
Chain Mail
from 244,99 €
Chainmail with long sleeves - Captain
Chainmail with long sleeves - Captain
Chain Mail
from 134,99 €
Leg wrappings, wool - Fishbone
Leg wrappings, wool - Fishbone
Trousers
29,99 €
Chainmail with short sleeves - Ragnar
Chainmail with short sleeves - Ragnar
Chain Mail
from 89,99 €
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Medieval Underdress - Nessa
Underdress - Nessa
Dresses
from 39,99 €
Trousers - Rikmar
Trousers - Rikmar
Trousers
from 29,99 €
Medieval Belt - Damsel
Belt - Damsel
Belts
24,99 €
Viking trousers - Igor
Viking trousers - Igor
Trousers
from 34,99 €
Medieval tunic - Dietrich
Tunic - Dietrich
Tunics
39,99 €
Shortarm Tunic - Rumold
Shortarm Tunic - Rumold
Tunics
34,99 €
Medieval Shirt - Gunther
Shirt - Gunther
Shirts
from 29,99 €
Medieval tunic for children - Grim
Tunic for children - Grim
Tunics
from 29,99 €
Longarm Undertunic - Giselher
Undertunic - Giselher
Tunics
from 29,99 €
Thorsberg trousers - Witigis -14%
Thorsberg trousers - Witigis
Trousers
from 29,99 € 34,99 € (RRP)
Medieval Suede Pouch - Heller
Suede Pouch - Heller
Bags
from 19,99 €
Chainmail with short sleeves - Ragnar
Chainmail with short sleeves - Ragnar
Chain Mail
from 89,99 €
Set of Resin Bones - Soothsayer (10 Pieces)
Set of Resin Bones - Soothsayer (10 Pieces)
Tinkering Materials
19,99 €
Belt Pouch - Merchant
Belt Pouch - Merchant
Belt Pouches
44,99 €
Trousers - Robin
Trousers - Robin
Trousers
49,99 €
Medieval tunic - Ortlieb
Kurzarm Undertunic - Ortlieb
Tunics
from 29,99 €
Belt - Viking
Belt - Viking
Belts
29,99 €
Medieval hood - Sigurd
Medieval hood - Sigurd
Cowls and Hoods
29,99 €
Belt Pouch - Courtier
Belt Pouch - Courtier
Belt Pouches
34,99 €
Long Tunic - Gunnar
Long Tunic - Gunnar
Robes
49,99 €
Set of Resin Bones - Chicken legs (10 Pieces)
Set of Resin Bones - Chicken legs (10 Pieces)
Tinkering Materials
19,99 €
Medieval fabric belt - Etain NEW
Fabric belt - Etain
Belts
19,99 €
Midgard Serpent Necklace
Midgard Serpent Necklace
Necklaces, Collars and Pendants
6,99 €
Quiver - Huntsman
Quiver - Huntsman
Quivers
39,99 €
Medieval childs dress - Fiana -13%
Childs dress - Fiana
Dresses
34,99 € 39,99 € (RRP)
Belt with rings - Reeve -11%
Belt with rings - Reeve
Belts
39,99 € 44,99 € (RRP)
Chainmail short sleeved, rivetted - Royal Guard
Chainmail rivetted - Royal Guard
Chain Mail
from 244,99 €
Thegn Shield - Blue/White - ø70 cm
Thegn Shield - Blue/White - ø70 cm
Shields
159,00 €
Birka coat - Ursula
Birka coat - Ursula
Coats
from 69,99 €
Medieval Fibula - Ragnarok NEW
Fibula - Ragnarok
Clasps
12,99 €
Throwing axe - Francisca
Throwing axe - Francisca
Larp Weapons
19,99 €
Long Belt - Reeve
Long Belt - Reeve
Belts
39,99 €
Mallet
Mallet
Larp Weapons
39,99 €
Suede Gorget - Wanderer -25%
Suede Gorget - Wanderer
Leather Armours
from 89,99 € 119,99 € (RRP)
Chainmail with long sleeves - Captain
Chainmail with long sleeves - Captain
Chain Mail
from 134,99 €
Belt pouch - Pinchpenny
Belt pouch - Pinchpenny
Belt Pouches
from 24,99 €
Tunic - Rainald, green
Tunic - Rainald, green
Tunics
69,99 €
Set of Resin Bones - Boar tusks (6 Pieces)
Set of Resin Bones - Boar tusks (6 Pieces)
Tinkering Materials
19,99 €
Leather Brigandine - Adventurer
Leather Brigandine - Adventurer
Leather Armours
379,99 €
Suede Gorget - Rogue
Suede Gorget - Rogue
Gorgets
139,00 €
Tunic - Ulfred, brown
Tunic - Ulfred, brown
Tunics
79,99 €
Leather Collar - Slave
Leather Collar - Slave
Jewellery
from 24,99 €
Belt - Blade master
Belt - Blade master
Belts
89,99 €
Belt - Alesia -25%
Belt - Alesia
Belts
29,99 € 39,99 € (RRP)
Nordic bracers PU
Nordic bracers PU
Plate Armour
39,99 €
Cross Belt - Dwarf
Cross Belt - Dwarf
Leather Armours
159,00 €
Nordic Cuirass PU
Nordic Cuirass PU
Plate Armour
139,00 €
Medieval tunic - Wulf
Knight's Cotton Tunic
Tunics
69,99 €
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Our Viking Shop - Everything for the People of the North

Our Viking Shop contains various items of equipment, such as traditional Viking jewellery, Viking clothing and Viking weapons, such as the typical Viking axe and the round shield. But what is there to know about the legendary Scandinavian seafarers?

The Vikings were often called barbarians, heathens and savages. This is mainly due to their warlike expeditions in which the Vikings plundered, pillaged and robbed. However, this was only a small part of the Viking people. Most Scandinavian inhabitants were poor farmers and fishermen. Monasteries and villages were typical targets for the Viking warriors' raids, as these were usually inadequately secured and difficult to defend. There, the Vikings robbed food, cultural goods and women, abbots and nuns, whom they then released for ransom or sold into slavery.

The Vikings are often confused with the Celts or lumped together with them, although in terms of tribal history they appeared 800 years later and belong to the Germanic tribes. Only very few Celtic peoples existed at all at the time of the Vikings and it can be assumed that they had little contact. However, influences of Celtic peoples are so far-reaching that the Vikings could also have inherited parts of their culture in a roundabout way. Who knows for sure? Both the Vikings and the Celts were not exactly known for writing much down and thus leaving it to posterity.

A Viking warrior was often equipped with a sword, spear or Viking axe and the typical round shield as well as a Viking helmet, the so-called goggled helmet. A Viking sword had a broad long blade and a short parry hilt with a broad pommel. Viking swords were often reserved for the Jarls, i.e. the leaders of a Viking tribe. Viking armour was usually made of leather, or chain armour, and metal armour was seen but also rare. Our Viking round shields for Larp are extremely realistic and beautifully decorated. Authentic Viking clothing was robust and adapted to the weather conditions of the far north.

Viking garments - What did the Northmen wear?

Viking garments were versatile and not necessarily as we know them from films or series. We are told that Viking clothing was dirty and tattered and full of fur and leather. And sure, leather and fur were used as material by the Vikings. But real Viking clothing was quite colourful and also nobly decorated depending on their status. Viking clothing for men consisted of trousers, such as the Thorsberg trousers and calf wraps, a Viking tunic consisted of two layers with an upper and lower tunic. This was usually waisted by a Viking long belt. Gold jewellery was also common among Vikings and served as a status symbol. A real Viking also wore a cloak against the harsh weather of the north. Here in our Viking Shop you can find various Viking garments to put together yourself.

Viking garments for women - What did the Viking woman look like?

Historically typical of Viking women's clothing were apron dresses, held in place by brooches and worn over a long, usually light-coloured undergarment. Amber necklaces as jewellery are also very authentic for Viking ladies. Typical of Viking women's garb was also the Birka cloak. This was held together with a usually round brooch and protected against cold weather. Historical finds from the Viking Age also show that wealthy Viking women's clothing included jewellery such as rings, bracelets and clasps. But Viking women wore far more than just dresses. There were also shield maidens among the Vikings, who wore the men's clothing and armour and went together on raids and into battle. So Viking women's clothing is very versatile and the choice of clothing depends very much on what kind of Viking woman you want to portray. But whether you want to be a shieldmaiden or an authentic Viking dress for women, here at Andracor you will find what you are looking for.

 

The Larp Viking - Between Fantasy & History

The traces of the Vikings can be found very clearly in Larp Culture. Especially in jewellery, armour designs and weapon ornaments, you can find the influences of the Vikings in Larp. This is justified because Larp takes up many influences from the Middle Ages and earlier history, such as clothing, weapons and ranks, and brings them to life in the game. Runes from the Viking Age are also played with in Larp through riddles or coded texts. But also the Nordic traditions and the world of the Viking gods are played with by the players and some Larp-Events.

Vikings are therefore a typical feature in larp, whether inspired by historical events or fantastical. Larp Vikings try to bring a part of the culture and traditions of the Vikings into the game. Larp Vikings adorn themselves with characteristic jewellery and dress in typical Viking clothing. Influences of the Viking Age can be seen almost everywhere in Larp, be it in a belt buckle or a brooch. The Viking Age is a popular part of history and is therefore readily taken up and played with in Larp. However, many Larp Vikings try to behave as one would imagine a Viking to behave, not necessarily as they really were. This is quite different from Viking reenactment. However, as with all areas of larp, one's concept of one's character is important, and this may differ from typical clichés or historical context. If you want to buy equipment and Viking clothing, Andracor is definitely the online shop for you.

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