Men's kirtle from Bocksten. Like other finds from Bocksten, this kirtle is dated to the half of the century. Based on: Some Clothing of the Middle Ages - Kyrtles/Cotes/Tunics/Gowns - The Bocksten Bog Man;
Skjoldehamn trouser discussion for further poking.
German fashion in the 15th century. Men's Dress
Middle ages Pattern for outer garment.
AN APPROACH ABOUT KELTOI (C) – celtic clothing 1
Weave types from Halstatt and Danish bog finds
British Museum swords
For the real hardcore reenactors: pay attention to how this is stiched. And how the seams are folded and stitched
Cotehardies from Greenland Gowns - Dame Helen's website
Gored cloak pattern-- BUT it takes 3 yards for a half circle, so 6 for a full circle, but I can do a full circle from 8 yards with MUCH less work, so I don't think this is worth it for the fabric savings.>>>> I really want a cloak.
Some Clothing of the Middle Ages -- The Bocksten Bog Man -- The Hose