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Medieval Hoods

What use is there for a good hood? Why, when it comes to medieval styled garb, there are dozens of uses for one! Come check out the Hoods category at Medieval Collectibles to browse through a variety of cowls and covers, all of which can be used to shield yourself from the elements, while also adding dashes of style to your ensemble. Virtually any medieval ensemble can be complimented by a hood, whether it is worn for protection or for style. For reasons of style, a hood is a great accessory for brigands, bandits, assassins, nobles, knights, kings, and pretty much anyone else with a modicum of medieval style. Why? Hoods conceal the face and cover the features, allowing nobles to move about unnoticed, while keeping an assassin's identifies carefully concealed. And those are only just a few of the ideas. On a more practical note, hoods are also perfect for spring, fall, and winter seasons, where the additional cover and layering will help to keep you dry, secure, cozy, and warm. What's more, many of our hoods are available in different colors, and some are available in different sizes to ensure that there's always a hood for you (those that don't come in different sizes are sized to fit most adults). Are you trying to hide your face? Or are you just trying to keep your head warm in the winter months? Do you want to look cool, stylish, or mysterious? If you answered yes to any of these questions (or any combination of them), than you could probably benefit from one the stylish hoods founds here at Medieval Collectibles.
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14th C. Two-Toned Hood

Item # AH-PA2003
The dual colored style of this 14th C. Two-Toned Hood is a perfect match to our similarly named tunic (item number AH-PA2002). Worn with it or separately, this hood is an eye-catching accent to any number of authentic ensembles.

Archers Simple Hood

Item # MCI-2302
For the archer who wishes to blend into the forest, or the assassin who seeks anonymity in the crowd, the Archers Simple Hood protects your features from unwanted eyes as well as the elements, allowing you to focus on your target.

Benson Canvas Gugel Hood

Item # MY100152
A classic headwear option for re-enactors to wear at the Renaissance fair, the medieval gugel perfectly suits peasants and monks. The Benson Canvas Gugel Hood shields your head and shoulders with sturdy cotton canvas fabric.

Benson Wool Gugel Hood

Item # MY100486
The slight chill in the air and a light drizzle is not reason enough to miss an enjoyable day at the renaissance faire, nor hinder a noble LARP quest, not when the Benson Wool Gugel Hood offers warmth and protection from said elements.

Bron Canvas Hood

Item # MY100263
When wearing a full length hooded cloak is just too much, add the Bron Canvas Hood to your medieval LARP outfits. Made of sturdy cotton, this hood is great for keeping the cold and damp away from your face without extra bulk.

Bron Suede Hood

Item # MY100151
Whenever the gugel is too warm, the Bron Suede Hood serves as an excellent alternative for guarding yourself from the fierce wind and weather. The medieval hood can be paired with tunics or cloaks for near-seamless protection.

Bron Wool Hood

Item # MY100487
Allow neither the slight chill in the air nor a light rain to prevent you from enjoying a medieval outing. The Bron Wool Hood shields your face from the harsh weather elements without the extra bulk of a full-length hooded cloak.

Childrens Goblin Ear Hood

Item # MCI-3162
You will wonder how a creature that is supposedly grotesque and evil can be so cute when your little LARPer wears the Childrens Goblin Hood. Many legends surround the mischievous being, now young role players can create their own.

Embroidered Hood with Fur

Item # MCI-2337
Your journey into the mortal realm leads to a northern kingdom where the chilling winds of winter never die. Protect your fair skin from the harsh elements, while concealing your Elven features with the Embroidered Hood With Fur.

Felix Childrens Gugel

Item # MY100275
Put a little fun in the wardrobe of young medieval enthusiasts with the Felix Childrens Gugel. Made of cotton canvas, this headdress features a long tapering tail on the back of the hood, giving it a charming and youthful appeal.

Frideswide Saxon Hood

Item # DC1465
It was customary for Anglo-Saxon women to cover their heads during the 10th and 11th centuries. Dress the part of a stylish medieval maiden when you wear the Frideswide Saxon Hood, made of a breathable, 100 percent cotton fabric.

Gothic Style Hood

Item # MCI-152
Our Gothic Style Hood is a great addition to any outfit and is for both men and women. This is a full cut hood and also has an oval mantle which completely covers the shoulders. The Gothic Style Hood is made of medium weight cotton.