Temppeliritarin tabardi, lasten
Tabards were worn by many knights to identify themselves as crusaders. The coat of arms upon them (also called Surcoat or Surcot) appeared in the 12th century, and was worn by the knights over their armour or chain mail on the battlefield. With the colours and the cross it made it clear in the fray of the battle who was friend, and who was foe.
This calf-length tabard for children is made entirely of strong cotton. It is cut straight and slit sideways to the waist. The front and back are also provided with a slightly shorter slit in the middle. The classic Templar cross is emblazoned across the chest.
- Colour: natural / red
- Material: 100% cotton
- Care instructions: machine wash at 40 ° C, gentle cycle, do not tumble dry