Top-quality Viking belt based on an original artifact that was found in a burial in Gokstad, Norway. The burial was very rich regarding its findings ( tenst, ships, equipment) and suggested that the mound belongs to the Norse King Olaf Geirstad-Alf, King of Vestfold.
This durable Viking belt is made from genuine leather strap featuring a belt buckle, an end-strap made of tin and embossed oak leaves motifs in its entire length.
The Viking belt is an impressive Viking gift for modern participants in Viking re-enactments and LARP adventures yet its durability makes it ideal for everyday use.
- Design & Type: Green Leather Viking Belt, Historical, Gokstad
- Material: Genuine Leather, Tin alloy
- Belt Size: 160 cm x 3 cm
- Buckle Size: 3,5 cm x 4 cm
- Strap End Fitting size: 4,5 cm x 2 cm
- Colour: Red
- Wide: 3 cm
- Thickness of leather: 3 mm or 0,3 cm
The belts were a basic part of the Viking outfit and widely spread around 900-1100 AD. Vikings wore belt for various purposes and not only just for tighten their pants but also wore belts around their tunics to secure knives, pouches and other tools. Belt buckles have found in many Viking graves in the Scandinavian lands and most of them are made from leather which was the basic material and 2 cm wide.