About our Viking Clothing
Here you will find the VKNG apparel collection, which includes both authentic replica pieces and exclusive modern designs made by our artists.
If you are looking for authentic replica clothing, check out of tunics, including cotton under tunics and woolen over tunics, short and long sleeves We also have a variety of Viking-style trousers and pants. Match them up with your favorite jewelry to complete your authentic Viking look.
Looking for more modern pieces for your wardrobe? We have exclusive designs available as t-shorts, tank tops, and hoodies.
Choose your favorite rune and wear it loud and proud! We’ve got Fehu, Dagaz, Thurisaz, Algiz, and more. Plus, runic stave symbols, including Vegvisir, the Norse Compass, and Aegishjalmur, the Helm of Awe.
You can also find exclusive Norse god designs in the collection.
Our Odin the Wanderer t-shirt features the god in his guise as the wanderer, abandoning his seat at Asgard to explore the universe. He holds a walking staff and Yggdrasil, the world tree, reaches up behind him. Odin hung himself from Yggdrasil for nine days and nights pierced by his own spear to learn the secrets of the runes. The spear is visible in the background. Two ravens are also visible near the top of the image. These are Huginn (thought) and Muninn (memory), who would fly out into the world each day and tell the god everything that they saw.
Our Loki the Trickster t-shirt shows the giant seated and hooded. Sitting at one shoulder is Sleipnir, the eight-legged horse.
Loki gave birth to the horse while masquerading as a mare to help the gods and became pregnant. He gave it to Odin to be his steed. At the other shoulder is a salmon.
This is a reference to Loki shapeshifting into a fish when trying to evade the wrath of the gods following his role in the death of Balder. Below his is a s symbol formed by a snake. This s Jormungandr, one of Loki’s children. Also known as the Midgard Serpent, he lives in the waters surrounding Midgard.
His body forms Loki’s S symbol. A small dripping bowl sits above Loki’s head. This is a reference to the poisonous snake that the gods hung above the imprisoned Loki to punish him by dripping venom into his face. His wife Sigyn catches this venom in a bowl to protect her husband from the pain.
Our Hel and Garm t-shirt shows the giantess Hel, who rules over the underworld. She is half living and half dead and horrible to behold. Before her is Garm, the guard dog that protects Helheim that will accompany his mistress to get vengeance on the gods at Ragnarok. The name of Hel is written above her head in runes.
Our Freyja t-short shows the goddess of love and beauty in her chariot drawn by two cats. She holds her spear, representing her status as a Valkyrie. She stands before a circle of Norse knotwork, which is related to natural magic. Freyja is a master of Seidr magic. Around her neck you can see a necklace, this is Brisingamen, the stunning gold necklace that she is rarely seen without.
Our Fenrir and Tyr t-shirt shows the giant wolf as he approaches the god Tyr, a god of warrior and justice. Tyr will willingly put his hand in the wolf’s mouth to convince the wolf to let himself be chained up, even though he knows that he will lose his arm. The Tiwaz rune, sacred to Try, appears below the god in the design.
Our Yggdrasil t-shirt shows the great tree at the center of the Norse universe with the nine worlds of the cosmos ticked into her roots and branches. At the center is Midgard, the world of men. It is surrounded by a giant snake, Jormungandr. One of the children of Loki with the goddess Angrboda, the gods so feared the serpent that they threw it into the waters surrounding Midgard. There I grew to such a large size that it can surround the world and hold his own tail in his mouth. He will only emerge from his waters at Ragnarok, when he will fight to the death with Thor before the end of the world.