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Leg wraps, also known as winningas or puttees, were a staple of the attire. They were wound round the leg over the trousers, from the ankle to under the knee, and were a substitute for socks. However, they were much more than a means to keep warm and were also worn to protect the legs from injury. They were used both by men and women. A substantial number of winningas fragments were found in Hedeby.
Please note: Accessories, tunics, trousers, shoes. pin or the Viking are NOT included, this listing is for the wool wraps only.