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Early separate hose. Medieval Market, early separate hoses

Early separate hose

Century: XIII, XIV

There are holes in the front for lacing up. They are with linen lining in the average standard and with fool foot. In economic version, the separate hose has stapes and is without lining. There is also a possibility of modification.

Separated hose's sizes:
M <- E1 57 cm; E2 38 cm, E3 39 cm, A1 170cm
L <- E1 60 cm; E2 40 cm, E3 42 cm, A1 176cm
XL <- E1 64 cm; E2 42 cm, E3 44 cm, A1 182cm

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In the Middle Ages, there were two forms of leg covering:a separate hose and a joined hose (which were created in the early 15th century). This part of clothing was well-fitted to the body and covered at least the bottom parts of the legs. Women wore short hoses laced up with a garter under the knee. Hoses could have a full foot or only a stapes (this form was present only among poor people). Separate hoses were laced up to a doublet.

Early separate hose - Medieval Market, early separate hoses
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