Cucullus Black - Ancient Wheather Protection

Item number: 20441

Slip inside and feel well. Immerse yourself in the roman clothing!

Category: Coats


15,99 €
≈ £ 14.69

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0,17 Kg

Cucullus - the roman protection against the weather

Cucullus signifies in latin, the language of the ancient romans, nothing else but hood or as well cover or bag. This magnificent specimen kept in brown was designed and carefully fabricated on the base of literal evidences, artistic illustrations or other historical sources. With this roman hood in fashionable history style waits a new favourite piece for daily life and free time. 

This extraordinary hood in the look of the ancient romans is made of pure cotton. This high and million times proved quality of material guarantees its owner a son wearing comfort with good durable skills and a long lifespan.

For fans of the ancient Rome and its clothes the Cucullus hood of great wearing comfort is the optimal choice. Mysterious and authentic at the same time its owner with this directly and convincingly turns into a farmer, trader or tradesman in the ancient Rome or its provinces. 

Alternative ethno look harmonises with it as perfectly as with a gothic styling or a creative cross over outfit. Even simply worn as a functional head and chest gear with warming protection against cold and wind this multifunctional and really comfortable garment with original look serves its purpose reliably.

And when do you immerse yourself with a great Cucullus hood in the vivid epoch of the ancient romans?

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