To score with the ladies man from the world always had a lot to think about. Whether it was somehow fashionable under the pants yet another to wear is not handed from our point of view however at least not to rule out.
The Bruche Gisbert is a form of the underpants, customary in the Middle Ages. It also offers the possibility to stitch leg loops on three correspondingly placed loops.
The pure cotton material used has a correspondingly rough feel to transport the rough authenticity of the 12th century.
In the lower classes, it could not be ruled out that the rupture was also worn as a main piece of clothing without leggings or overshoes.
In order to achieve the authentic representation, the fractures must be significantly wider than the circumference of the wearer. Therefore, in our dimension table, we indicate the extent to which the size of the wearer is appropriate to achieve this representation.
The mode of wearing the medal is modeled on the bridle at the waist with a wide range. This is combined with the aid of the drawstring in a close-fitting manner, and the resulting creases are repeatedly thrown outwards in the connection to the waistband.
|Measures in cm
|Length from waist
The specified circumference in the table refers to the body dimension, not the fraction itself.
All dimensions are approximate.
Please note that pure cotton fabrics shrink during washing!
Shipping time: 3 to 4 Days.