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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A great look for historical re-enactors, the Jona Canvas Hood suits a wide range of medieval characters, especially peasants and monks. The medieval hood features a crenellated pattern along the bottom hem as a distinctive element.
Based on the gugel hoods of medieval Germany, the Jona Wool Hood adds a distinctive touch to your character, while offering protection from the elements of nature, making it a suitable accessory for both historical and fantasy roles.
One of the most popular articles of clothing throughout the Middle Ages was the head scarf. Whether you are going down to the medieval market or adventuring in Sherwood Forest, make sure your outfit is accented with the Lenora Cotton Veil.
As you slip away into the night to visit the merry men of Sherwood Forest, you want something that will hide your face, should a certain sheriff be watching. Keep your identity concealed with style when you use the Lenora Linen Veil.
This traditional headwear makes a fantastic addition to your historical re-enactment ensemble for the Renaissance fair. The Luka Hood mimics the iconic design of a medieval gugel, covering the head and shoulders with sturdy canvas.
Add a distinctive touch to your roleplay character, while braving the harsh elements of a LARP kingdom. Inspired by the gugel hoods of medieval Germany, the Luka Wool Hood offers warmth and protection from cold air and light rain.