Surcoats were often worn in the Holy Land, not only against the heat but also for recognizing fellow Templars.
This surcoat is made after historical examples of wool and is lined with cotton. It has a split at the front and the back so it can easily be worn during horse-riding.
The surcoat has a length of 131 cm. It is made for a chest circumference of 130 cm and a head with a max. circumference of 68 cm.
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