The Tabard, also called bliaud in the Middle Ages, is a surcoat, short sleeves, with a rider on the front and back. It is braided around the neck and on the bottom. It can be made of cotton, wool, cashmere, hemp, drill... more or less decorated according to the social level and the power of the family. Very appreciated throughout history, it will complete and ennoble your medieval costume during your historical celebrations, Merovingian, camps, reenactments, theaters, shows, GN, fantasy and fairy worlds. Care: Washing 30 ° inside out without spinning, to be shaped during drying. For the wool tabard wash with cold water.