Guinevere's Dream Costume - Full Surcotes
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Surcotes where worn in days of old by fighting knights on the battle-fields of Europe to help identify them to friends and enemy alike.

The full surcote style flairs form under the arm and is pulled into the waist with a belt and is split at the front and back to aid walking and riding.

Below are a few examples of full Surcotes we have made in the past.

The live models in the photos below are re-enactors who are wearing their own padding and chain armour.

CLICK HERE...   Learn about this simple but effective medieval garment and why it was so important on the Field of Battle.
Full Surcote designed for Adam
Fabrics Used: Cotton Drill and Felt

Stag's Head Surcote with detachable back-cloak
Fabrics Used: Velvet and Felt

King Richard I with detachable back cloak
Fabrics Used: Cotton Drill and Metallic Cloth

Full Surcote for Highland Voices
Fabrics Used: Cotton Drill and Felt
CLICK HERE...   Some designs have a tradition of their own and therefore they are popular.
Full Surcote
Fabrics Used: Velvet, Jersey and Metallic Cloth

Full Surcote designed for Phil
Fabrics Used: Velvet and Felt
CLICK HERE...   Some designs are simple yet effective, and economical.
Full Quartered Surcote
Fabrics Used: Cotton

Full Dragon Surcote
Fabrics Used: Cotton and Metallic Cloth
     
     

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