Single leg hose can be seen in artwork from the 13th (Maciejowski Bible, image above), 14th (Tres Riches Heures) and early 15th (Mantegna) centuries. Worn laced to our 13th or 14th century braies or belt, these versatile leggings may be worn rolled down to knee or ankle in hot weather.
Pattern is a variation of the Bocksten man's hosen and from hose fragments found at Baynards Castle Dock. The attached foot has been redesigned to remove the underfoot seams. Simple laces are included.
Colours listed are not exact and we often have a variety of tones and shades within any listed colour. We will always choose the colour which best complements other items in your order. If you have a specific request regarding the colour you have chosen from the drop down list, please make a note in the Order Comments section of the Order Form. You can also email or call us at 760.789.2299 to discuss your order. Model is wearing dark green
No visible exterior machine stitching. Not all colors available in all sizes. Sold as a pair (2).
See our SIZING PAGE for information on our sizes.
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 19 January, 2009.