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The concept of the barbarian is as old as civilization itself, finding its origins as far away in history as the founding myths of the great city of Uruk, thousands of years before any Roman or even ancient Chinese used the epithet to mock the people of their periphery.
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Short Tunic Erik

A9675

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Charcteristics :

  • 100% Cotton 
  • Dyed by hand

Size Chart :

Small

  • Chest circumference : 105cm / 41.3 inches
  • Sleeve length : 59cm / 23.2 inches

Medium

  • Chest circumference : 113cm / 44.4 inches
  • Sleeve length : 60cm / 23.6 inches

Large

  • Chest circumference : 121cm / 47.6 inches
  • Sleeve length : 62cm / 24.4 inches

XLarge

  • Chest circumference : 129cm / 50.8 inches
  • Sleeve length : 62cm / 24.4 inches

2XLarge

  • Chest circumference : 137cm / 53.9 inches
  • Sleeve length : 64cm / 25.2 inches

3XLarge

  • Chest circumference : 145cm / 57.1 inches
  • Sleeve length : 65cm / 25.6 inches

 

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BARBARIAN

The concept of the barbarian is as old as civilization itself, finding its origins as far away in history as the founding myths of the great city of Uruk, thousands of years before any Roman or even ancient Chinese used the epithet to mock the people of their periphery.
Discover the collection

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