The Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon, better known as the Templars, was a clerical knight order that was founded in 1096, at the end of the First Crusade, to guarantee all pilgrims a safe journey to Jerusalem. The Knight Templars were the best trained soldiers of the crusades and the non-fighting members of the order founded an enormous banking system all over Europe and built massive forts.
This wide cloak is made after historical originals. It has a length of 143 cm and has a hood of 60 cm which is lined with cotton on the inside. The cloak itself is made of a wool mix.
Washing prescription: cold handwash.
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