A coachman in a jerkin, who stood nearest, sprang forward and snatched it up.
An optional "jerkin" could be worn over the doublet.
for a padded jerkin (Lagarde in Gott.
The sleeves were laced onto the torso portion of the outfit, which enabled it to both be worn as a jerkin in warm weather and also to replace the sleeves as they became worn out or suffered tears.
kashayand), a padded jerkin; the word kasagdn occurring in Mid.
He was wearing a green jerkin over scuffed leather armor.
A man may wear it on both sides, like a leather jerkin.
A traditional handmade leather jerkin with 2 large pockets, English horn buttons and quilted lining.
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