The knight wears the collar of SS, and his arms are on his surcoat.
Paperarello bowed, put the nose in his surcoat, and rode away.
Paperarello bowed, fastened the ear inside his surcoat and rode away.
Richness of armour served also the same purpose as the surcoat.
In one instance a surcoat is shown of scaled and studded pattern.
The Surcoat was of two principal kinds: the sleeveless and the sleeved.
The surcoat was worn shorter and with less fulness about the body.
The surcoat and the chausses were essential features of the period.
Over the hauberk he has a surcoat (E) probably of wool or linen.
This surcoat was loose and easy, and was held in at the waist by a belt.