A pair of leg wraps, made from 100% wool with a herringbone weave. Pleasant medium-weight wool in olive-brick colour, all hand-stitched. Length of the wraps 2,55m (21,65 in), width 13,5cm (5,31 in).
Leg wraps or leg bands were used in the Viking Age as part of the mainly male costume. They were used to wrap the calves, and there are several ways of tying them on both the trousers and the bare calf. They were probably also found in female Viking clothing. They were probably worn as warmers under Viking dresses.