|Lucet weave cord for the drawstring.|
|You can see the eyelets for the tie cord, the backside view |
of the backstitching and the lucet weave tie cord.
|The trousers from the Daetgen Mose are made from asymmetric and |
irregularly shaped pieces fabric, made ill-fittingly as to provide comfort when riding horses.
|Nille Glaesel in her book “Viking” states on page 108 that|
“Not many trousers are represented in Viking Age finds."
|“Damendorf: Migration Period: …The seat of the trousers is made of a squarish piece of cloth and two triangular pieces provide fullness at the thigh." |