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Kiddo dressed like a princess? Best friend soaring into Halloween as a dragon? Don’t let their holiday fall flat. Ride in like the knight you are with a knight Halloween costume from us! Paired with a knight costume, all your family and friend’s fantasy-themed looks are sure to shine as bright as your armor. Discover the kids' knight costume or adult knight costume you and yours need here!
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Men's Royal Knight Costume
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Boy's Royal Knight Costume
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Child Black Knight Costume
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Men's Crusader Costume
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Crusader Boy's Costume
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Boy's Deluxe Armored Knight Costume
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Toddler Royal Knight Costume
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Women's Medieval Warrior Costume
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Girl's Medieval Warrior Costume
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Kid's Dread Knight Costume
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Adult Dread Knight Costume
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Toddler Valiant Knight Costume
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Adult Mascot Knight Costume
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Men's Crusader Plus Size Costume
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Kids Lionheart Knight Costume
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Boy's Knight Costume
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Teen Warrior Knight Costume
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Girl's Medieval Knight Costume
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Women's Lady Knight Costume
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Boys Dragon Slayer Costume
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Plus Size Black Knight Costume
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Toddler Knight Costume
Mens Dark Crusader Costume
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Lionheart Knight Mens Costume
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Men's White Renaissance Shirt
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Child Knight Costume
Mens Plus Dark Crusader Costume
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Adult Black Knight Costume
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Girl's Warrior Knight Costume
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Mens Templar Knight Costume
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King Arthur Costume
Knight Helmet Hat
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Silver Crown
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Gold Crown
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Inflatable Battle Axe Prop
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Monster Slayer Wig
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Child Brown Enchanted Princess Wig
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Woman's Sword & Shield
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Inflatable Faux Spiked Mace
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Kids Black Velveteen Cape Main
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Medieval Battle Knight's Sword
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When most of us think of knights we think of the armored medieval soldiers who rescued fair maidens and slew dragons. Never mind that there isn't any such thing as a dragon! We have an idealized image of chivalry that makes knights the stuff of romance novels.

Not just anyone could become a knight. First, you had to have the right parents. If you weren't born to the nobility, you were out of luck. You could be a common soldier, but not a knight. Sons of the nobility would be sent at age 7 or 8 to another noble household to begin their training. They started out as pages, serving at table and cleaning & caring for the knights' armor and weapons. They received education in basic literacy, music, chess and poetry from the household's chaplain. They also spent part of each day in physical training in the arts of warfare: horseback riding, how to use a sword or lance.

At about age 14 a page became a squire, assigned to one particular knight. Squires accompanied their masters into battle, at first as standard-bearer and equipment manager. Later as they gained more experience they participated in the actual fighting. 

Finally by about age 21, or perhaps earlier if he distinguished himself in battle, a young man would be knighted. This was actually a religious ceremony, and the knight-to-be prepared himself by a short period of fasting, ritual purification, and prayer. He would be 'dubbed" a knight by his lord, who would tap him on each shoulder with the hilt of a sword. The new knight swore an oath of loyalty to his liege lord, the king and the church. He would often be granted an estate to hold as a vassal, which would give him an income. In return he pledged to fight for king and country when asked.

Why do we see knights as romantic figures? Because 19th century English writers idealized their code of chivalry. A knight epitomized the qualities that were admired in the Middle Ages. He was to be loyal, honorable, courteous, and physically strong. He should defend the weak, fight for the welfare of all, and keep the faith.

So, if you want to become a knight, it involves more than just picking a great knight outfit (although that's your starting point). You need armor and weapons, and you need to study and practice chivalry. Be courteous, and defend your lady against dragons. What? There aren't any dragons in your town? Then get one of our dragon costumes for a friend.

Live out your own medieval romance in one of our knight costumes! Monster