More ideas from Jan
Viking Iron Bremen Style Helmet, 8th-9th century AD A substantial iron helmet formed with a vertical band to the brow, with two flat bands across the skull and triangular plates behind; the bands with domed rivets in pairs across the skull, single...

Viking Iron Bremen Style Helmet, century AD A substantial iron helmet formed with a vertical band to the brow, with two flat bands across the skull and triangular plates behind; the bands with domed rivets in pairs across the skull, single.

Leather fighting glove and vambrace 2 by TheDutchViking

I use these for sword fighting. The Vambrace is decorated in mammen style. The pattern is from a memorial cross from Kirk Braddan, Isle of Man. Leather fighting glove and vambrace 2

Hurstwic: Clothing in the Viking Age. A clear article that gets specific enough with layers and cuts, but not too much technical details, with lots of good images.

All the Germanic peoples in northern Europe wore similar clothing. While variations did exist, throughout the Viking era and across the Viking lands, clothing styles were remarkably consistent.

Hand sewn wollen tunic by Henrik Nordholm  https://www.facebook.com/pages/Henrik-Nordholm/254634504677319

Hand sewn wollen tunic by Henrik Nordholm (NOTE: The tunic works for AS, but not the undertunic or leg wraps.