• Search
  • 0 Wish List
  • 0 Cart

Vikings Larp & Reenactment

All Viking products at Andracor
New with us
3D-printed hawk skull for self-painting (11cm) NEW
Hawk Skull - 3D Print (11cm)
Necklaces, Collars and Pendants
19,99 €
3D-printed rabbit skull for self-painting (10cm) NEW
Rabbit Skull - 3D Print (10cm)
3D-printed parts
12,99 €
3D-printed crow skull for self-painting (7cm) NEW
Crow Skull - 3D Print (7cm)
3D-printed parts
8,99 €
3D-printed rat skull for self-painting (7cm) NEW
Rat Skull - 3D Print (7cm)
3D-printed parts
8,99 €
3D-printed raven skull for self-painting (10cm) NEW
Raven Skull - 3D Print (10cm)
3D-printed parts
from 11,99 €
Wool felt cap - Ademar NEW
Wool felt cap - Ademar
Hats, Caps and Bonnets
14,99 € 19,99 € (RRP)
Steel bracers - Varangian NEW
Steel bracers - Varangian
Bracers
44,99 €
Steel greaves - Varangian NEW
Steel greaves - Varangian
Greaves
54,99 €
Viking boots - Jorvik NEW
Viking boots - Jorvik
Shoes
74,99 €
Woolen viking hood - Vinland NEW
Woolen viking hood - Vinland
Headgear
39,99 €
Fibula - braided NEW
Fibula - braided
Clasps
12,99 €
Leather belt - Linnea NEW
Leather belt - Linnea
Belts
79,99 €
Leather Belt - Kieran NEW
Leather Belt - Kieran
Belts
59,99 €
Longsword - Hersir Larp weapon NEW
Longsword - Hersir
Swords
169,99 €
Bracers - Guardian -16%
Bracers - Guardian
Bracers
79,99 € 94,99 € (RRP)
Viking sword - Eirikr 83cm Larp weapon
Viking sword - Eirikr 83cm
Larp Weapons
99,99 €
Viking sword - Dreki 85cm Larp weapon
Viking sword - Dreki 85cm
Larp Weapons
109,90 €
Roundshield 75cm - Gastir, blue/red Larp weapon
Roundshield 75cm - Gastir, blue/red
Shields
199,90 €
Roundshield 75cm - Gastir, yellow/red Larp weapon
Roundshield 75cm - Gastir, yellow/red
Shields
199,90 €
Roundshield 75cm - Gastir, yellow Larp weapon
Roundshield 75cm - Gastir, yellow
Shields
199,90 €
Roundshield 75cm - Gastir, blue Larp weapon
Roundshield 75cm - Gastir, blue
Shields
199,90 €
Viking sword Wyverncrafts - Type 10, larp weapon
Viking sword Wyverncrafts - Type 10
Larp Weapons
from 129,99 €
Viking sword Wyverncrafts - Type 12, larp weapon
Viking sword Wyverncrafts - Type 12
Larp Weapons
from 129,99 €
Viking sword Wyverncrafts - Type 19, larp weapon
Viking sword Wyverncrafts - Type 19
Larp Weapons
from 129,99 €
1 2 3 4
Medieval Underdress - Nessa
Underdress - Nessa
Dresses
from 44,99 €
Trousers - Rikmar
Trousers - Rikmar
Trousers
34,99 €
Viking trousers - Igor
Viking trousers - Igor
Trousers
39,99 €
Medieval tunic for children - Grim
Tunic for children - Grim
Tunics
29,99 €
Medieval tunic - Dietrich -13%
Tunic - Dietrich
Tunics
from 34,99 € 39,99 € (RRP)
Medieval Shirt - Gunther
Shirt - Gunther
Shirts
34,99 €
Shortarm Tunic - Rumold
Shortarm Tunic - Rumold
Tunics
34,99 €
Suede greaves - Adventurer
Suede greaves - Adventurer
Leather Armours
29,99 €
Medieval Belt - Damsel
Belt - Damsel
Belts
34,99 €
Viking age dress - Inga
Viking age dress - Inga
Dresses
54,99 €
Medieval children's trousers - Totila -26%
Children's trousers - Totila
Trousers
from 19,99 € 26,99 € (RRP)
Coin Pouch - Pfifferling
Coin Pouch - Pfifferling
Bags
12,99 €
Medieval Suede Pouch - Heller
Suede Pouch - Heller
Bags
19,99 €
Medieval fabric belt - Etain
Fabric belt - Etain
Belts
19,99 €
Set of Resin Bones - Soothsayer (10 Pieces)
Set of Resin Bones - Soothsayer (10 Pieces)
Tinkering Materials
19,99 €
Scabbard - Scoundrel
Scabbard - Scoundrel
Weaponholders
from 16,99 €
Wizard Professional Beard
Wizard
Beards
49,99 €
Longarm Undertunic - Giselher
Undertunic - Giselher
Tunics
34,99 €
Belt Pouch - Courtier
Belt Pouch - Courtier
Belt Pouches
34,99 €
Thorsberg trousers - Witigis
Thorsberg trousers - Witigis
Trousers
34,99 €
Chainmail with short sleeves - Ragnar
Chainmail with short sleeves - Ragnar
Chain Mail
119,90 €
Medieval tunic - Ortlieb
Kurzarm Undertunic - Ortlieb
Tunics
34,99 €
Belt Pouch - Merchant
Belt Pouch - Merchant
Belt Pouches
44,99 €
Chainmail short sleeved, rivetted - Royal Guard
Chainmail rivetted - Royal Guard
Chain Mail
359,90 €
Throwing axe - Francisca
Throwing axe - Francisca
Larp Weapons
19,99 €
Set of Resin Bones - Chicken legs (10 Pieces)
Set of Resin Bones - Chicken legs (10 Pieces)
Tinkering Materials
19,99 €
Chainmail with long sleeves - Captain
Chainmail with long sleeves - Captain
Chain Mail
189,90 €
Viking boots - Jorvik NEW
Viking boots - Jorvik
Shoes
74,99 €
Long Tunic - Gunnar -20%
Long Tunic - Gunnar
Robes
from 39,99 € 49,99 € (RRP)
Viking belt - Hrothgar
Belt - Hrothgar
Belts
49,99 €
Medieval hood - Sigurd
Medieval hood - Sigurd
Cowls and Hoods
29,99 €
Leg wrappings, wool (pair) - Fishbone
Leg wrappings, wool - Fishbone
Trousers
29,99 €
Long Belt - Reeve
Long Belt - Reeve
Belts
39,99 €
Belt - Viking
Belt - Viking
Belts
59,99 €
Medieval Fibula - Ragnarok
Fibula - Ragnarok
Clasps
12,99 €
Quiver - Huntsman
Quiver - Huntsman
Quivers
39,99 €
Belt with rings - Reeve
Belt with rings - Reeve
Belts
44,99 €
Set of Resin Bones - Boar tusks (6 Pieces)
Set of Resin Bones - Boar tusks (6 Pieces)
Tinkering Materials
19,99 €
Trousers - Robin
Trousers - Robin
Trousers
59,99 €
Suede Gorget - Wanderer -25%
Suede Gorget - Wanderer
Leather Armours
from 89,99 € 119,99 € (RRP)
Fang pendant from cast resin
Fang pendant from cast resin
Jewellery
14,99 €
Ironshood Shield - Wood - ø60 cm
Ironshood Shield - Wood - ø60 cm
Shields
199,90 €
Medieval childs dress - Fiana -13%
Childs dress - Fiana
Dresses
34,99 € 39,99 € (RRP)
Ring holder - Runar
Ring holder - Runar
Weaponholders
12,99 €
Thegn Shield - Blue/White - ø70 cm
Thegn Shield - Blue/White - ø70 cm
Shields
199,90 €
Throwing axe Wyverncrafts, core less
Throwing axe Wyverncrafts, core less
Larp Weapons
29,99 €
Woolen viking hood - Vinland NEW
Woolen viking hood - Vinland
Headgear
39,99 €
Ring holder - Nuada
Ring holder - Nuada
Weaponholders
19,99 €
1 2 3 4
 

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 Larp 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 referred to as barbarians, heathens, and savages. This was mainly due to the raids carried out by Vikings. Monasteries and villages were typical targets for Viking warriors' attacks, as they were usually civilian and mostly undefended. An incredible sacrilege on the part of the Christian church. There, the Vikings plundered food, cultural treasures, and women, abbots, and nuns, whom they then released for ransom or sold into slavery. Since the Vikings had a completely different belief system, they saw no problem in desecrating defenselessmonasteries. A situation that led to much hatred and lasting feuds between Christians and Vikings.

  • Vikings and their ships! Brilliant seafarers!

The Vikings have also become famous for their shipbuilding. With their longships, they undertook unprecedented voyages of discovery, first to England and later even to the Orient via river routes. It was also the Vikings who discovered America before Columbus, according to some sources. It is even believed that they settled there for a while.

  • Vikings and Celts are not the same!

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.

Buy armor and Larp weapons for Vikings

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. You can buy a Viking leather armor from us, but only very few models are suitable for authentic Viking portrayal. However, we have plenty of options suitable for fantasy Vikings in the style of HBO's Vikings. Our Viking armor made of PU is also interesting, perfect for LARP (Live Action Role-Playing) because they are much lighter than real metal Viking armor. Our Viking round shields for LARP are extremely realistic and beautifully decorated. Just buy the matching Viking axe, and you're ready to go into battle.

Viking clothing and the Viking costume. What's the difference?

A Viking costume for Carnival cannot be compared to authentic Viking garments. Viking clothing was diverse and not necessarily as depicted in movies or series. Often, Carnival Viking costumes have nothing to do with historical Viking attire. A plastic horned helmet, lots of fur, and faux leather, for example, are as far from Viking garb as anything could be. There's a misconception that Viking clothing was dirty, worn, and full of fur and leather. While leather and fur were indeed used by Vikings, they were crafted professionally, as technology allowed at that time.

  • What makes a good outfit for Vikings?

Viking men wore fabric trousers, such as the Thorsberg trousers, and leg wraps. A typical Viking tunic consisted of two layers, a shirt and an underdress. These were usually cinched with a long Viking belt. Authentic Viking clothing was quite colorful and, depending on social status, elegantly decorated. A Viking jarl (chief) naturally looked different from a simple farmer. Brooches, metal jewelry, and amber jewelry were found among wealthy Viking men and women, but there was a variety of finely crafted Viking jewelry available. Gold jewelry was also common among Vikings and served as a status symbol. The Viking cloak is also a must, as it reliably protected against the harsh weather of Scandinavia.

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. Viking women also wore woolen cloaks against wind and weather.

  • The Shieldmaiden, warrioress of the North! 

Viking women didn't only wear dresses by far. There were also shieldmaidens among the Vikings who wore the clothing and armor of men and went on raids and into battle. Shieldmaidens were naturally dressed for practicality, like men in Viking trousers and tunics. So, Viking women's clothing is very versatile, and the choice of clothing depends heavily on what kind of Viking woman one wants to portray. But whether as a shieldmaiden or authentic Viking garb for women, you'll find it here at Andracor.

Viking Gods and the beliefs of the Vikings

The Vikings worshipped a variety of gods and goddesses, including Odin, the mighty god of wisdom and war; Thor, the god of thunder and protector of humans, who has experienced a resurgence in popularity through the Marvel movies; and Freyja, the goddess of love and fertility. Other important deities included Loki, the trickster god, also an extremely popular film character since his appearance in the Marvel Universe, and Frigg, Odin's wife and goddess of marriage.
 
Norse mythology and the beliefs of the Vikings significantly influenced their daily lives and culture. To this day, the symbolism of Norse mythology remains popular and is worn in the form of Viking jewelry.
 
Many items in our online shop symbolically reference the gods of the Vikings. From amulets representing Odin's protection to Thor's hammer pendants symbolizing strength, these products reflect the rich mythological tradition of the Vikings. Such symbolism can also be found on Viking LARP weapons and armor.

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.

back to top