A simple shirt from linen in the colour white and natural (as seen on picture).
Size M for a breast circumference from 91 to 105 cm. The circumference of the clothes measures 110 cm.
Size L for a breast circumference from 106 to 120 cm. The circumference of the clothes measures 126 cm.
The length of the cloth in sizes M and L accounts approximately 78 cm.
Size XL for a breast circumference from 121 to 135 cm. The circumference of the clothes measures 140 cm.
The length of the cloth in size XL accounts approximately 82 cm.
All visible seams are hand sewed.
The sleeves were usually long and the collar V-neck shaped. The shirt offered here has straps on the collar to tie the neckline.
The linen shirt
Braies as underpants for men were the only clothes in medieval times which were washed regulary. There was no female counterpart.
The length of this product is done in the typical length in high medieval times and its function was, like the one from the shirts, to seperate the wool from the under garments from the body. It protects the body from the itchy wool and the wool from staining with sweat and others from the body itself.
The braies were the only clothes which were worn by all men, no matter of their standings.
There are comparatively many pictures of braies, although it was only body linen. In the Morgan Bible itself you will find around ten of them pictured. Exactly this version you will find on the above-named Folio 18 recto for example. In the Sachsenspiegel, who is the reference for our region in High Middle Ages, there are pictures of braies to see on the folios 25 and 33 both recto.