The joined chausses are typical for the first half of the XVth century. This design has only three seams. Two rear seams join pant legs, central rear seam joins two halves of the chausses at the backside. At the front chausses are furnished with the typical additional detail - codpiece that is attached to them with lacing. Also lacing fastens rear vents at the ankle for better fitting.
Joined chausses are the transitional form of the clothes between separate hose and trousers. They are made of tough cloth cut on the bias as the wool in this direction is more yielding and stretches almost as knitted fabric. Please note that when you keep chausses in hands they look too long and narrow as soon as put on they stretch and take the shape of the owner. There is a casing in the belt that allows adjustment of the waist for several centimeters. Chausses can also be tied up with the laces, straps or ribbons for better fixation in desired positions.
Please note that dark blue wool has a very dark shade, that may appear black under electric light indoors.
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Could you make a cheaper version of this? Medieval hose/chausses. This looks nice, but it's to expensive
Dear geedwozer, kindly note that there chausses are made of wool. That is why they are pretty expensive.
Nice ! I live in the Ozarks, and have a lot outdoor winter activities. Mainly wood chopping and feeding live stock, along with hunting. I think these pants would make great warm winter pants for sitting around the cabin and under my coveralls.
Hi, Marc! These pants are made of wool and they are warm. However, we cannot guarantee that they will be warm enough for the cold winter season, unfortunately. They should be comfortable for the temperature above zero degrees centigrade.
Would these be decent for light practice under leg armor? Or would padded arming pants be the best for use in practice and tournaments?
Hi Gabriel, these chausses are enough as an underarmor light padding for practice and tournaments.
I know you stuffed something in your crotch. That's just not natural.
Well, it was quite common to stuff something there in the middle age,you know. :) And you should see some of the armor fly pieces, it`squite amusing! :)
Hi, Can these be ordered custom made please? Really keen Thanks again Simon
Generally, we cannot make the chausses in custom size due to the technical reason. Please email us your measurements, we`ll see what can be done for you :)
Any idea when the wine dark will be back in stock?
Unfortunately to date we don't have any accurate information when the red wine wool will be available again, sorry. We will notify you by e-mail as soon as the red wine wool is available again.
is the pants the model wears available
Yes, these pants are available for order (custom size, made to order only). Welcome!
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Hello Armstreet Representatives, Thank you so much for making the purchase of my black joined hosen so smooth a process! You guys always replied within a day of me messaging you, and were helpful at every step of the way! To those buying this product, The joined hosen are awesome! They need a little bit of breaking in, as I would imagine is regular for such a fitted garment, but seeing as they are flannel wool, they have a lot of give, and are beginning to fit very well to mah' shapely man legs! :P Though the lacing seems to be made of a polyester blend (easy to replace if you're a stickler/nerd like me), the actual hosen are made of great quality flannel/melton wool, are stitched together in a very sturdy fashion, and follow a pattern very similar to the extrapolated historical patterns that we have to work with (as there aren't many extant examples of hosen to obtain a pattern from). Historically, these hosen would be suitable for a skilled labourer or guildsman, or middling merchant, as they are of fine quality material, and are richly dyed, but do not have full feet. They have what is called "stirrup" feet, which is a commonly seen trait in manuscript illuminations for the aforementioned social classes. I will be adding my own feet to them in the near future, which will make for a simple, fun sewing project to go along with my future civilian and martial pourpoint projects, but, if you plan on using footwear anyway, the quality would pass for nobles' hosen any day despite the stirrup feet! Anyway, thanks again for everything Armstreet! I will be sure to do business with you guys again, Jon Makar
Thank you for your wonderful review! We are glad the hosen fit, enjoy wearing them :) Thanks for the feedback and always welcome to ArmStreet!
Outstanding experience again, 6th purchase with you, all great, thanks!!!!
Many thanks to our repeat customer! Always welcome back to ArmStreet!