Templar Clothing

Templar Cross unisex cover
At the Council of Troyes in 1128, the Order of the Temple was recognized by Pope Honorius II. Knights received the white robe as a symbol of the purity of his life, which Pope Eugenius added to the Red Cross in 1146. King Baldwin II, king of Jerusalem, installed in the Order in an area of the Jerusalem palace believed to be the temple of Solomon, who bear the name of the Knights Templar or Templars. Orders of battle for the defense of the Holy Land are legendary, as it is still a wealth accumulated mystery losses.

Templar Knight Hooded Cloak,

• white cotton fabric
• Embellished with a red velvet cross stitched on the left forearm area.
• A buttoned leather strap secures the hood to the front.
This Mantle is complemented by the Tunic of the Knights Templar (Sold separately)
€80.00
Cover of the Order of the Hospitaller Knights
At the Council of Troyes in 1128, the Order of the Temple was recognized by Pope Honorius II. Knights received the white robe as a symbol of the purity of his life, which Pope Eugenius added to the Red Cross in 1146. King Baldwin II, king of Jerusalem, installed in the Order in an area of the Jerusalem palace believed to be the temple of Solomon, who bear the name of the Knights Templar or Templars. Orders of battle for the defense of the Holy Land are legendary, as it is still a wealth accumulated mystery losses.

Templar Knight Hooded Cloak,

• white cotton fabric
• Embellished with a red velvet cross stitched on the left forearm area.
• A buttoned leather strap secures the hood to the front.
This Mantle is complemented by the Tunic of the Knights Templar (Sold separately)
€80.00
Templario Tunic
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In medieval times, many Crusaders wore these tabards on the armor, often combined
with an appropriate robe. They wanted the typical cross to be seen that symbolized the
teutonic orders to fight for the liberation of Jerusalem.

Our tabards have a loose cut and are made following historical examples.
The cross is arranged on the left side above the heart. The tabard is cut into the
front and back.

Lining: 100% cotton, (100% Baumwolle)

Care instructions: manual washing only
€130.00
Medieval Santiaguista costume
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Medieval tunic Knight Santiaguista with red cross embroidered on the chest, symbol of the Knights of the Order. In 100% cotton
€50.00
Hospitalry Templar Tunic
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Long-sleeved hospital clothing for men combined with white cross and hospital chest, made in 100% cotton
€35.00