This Viking cloak features a faux fur collar, buttons at the collar, and comes in five versatile colors.
If between two sizes, choose the larger size
Polyester and Faux Fur
Cloaks were a very important part of a Viking's wardrobe. Not only did they provide warmth and protection from the elements, but they also served as a status symbol.
Cloaks were often made of wool or fur and they came in a variety of colors, including black, brown, and blue. While most cloaks were plain, some were decorated with intricate patterns or embroidery.
The most prized cloaks were those that were made of expensive materials like silk or velvet. Viking cloaks were not only practical but also fashionable, and they played an immense role in Viking culture.
Among the many items found in a Viking's burial chamber were their cloaks. They were one of a Viking's most prized possessions and held in the highest regard.