Viking Age belt based on the find from grave Bj 949 in Birka, Sweden. We have examined the actual finds in person at the Swedish History Museum.
NOTE: Make sure to choose the correct length for your belt. You will not be able to shorten the belt without having to re-attach the strap end.
A belt belongs to the basics of a Viking outfit, together with a tunic, trousers and shoes. richly decorated belts were not used by everyone. Anything that serving as a belt could be used to tie the tunic at the waist - such as a piece of rope, cloth or a simple leather strap with an iron ring. Belts ranged in width from 12 mm to 40 mm, which is evident in finds from the Viking Age.