Made in 2003
The examples given above are lined with fur, two with vair and one probably with sable. Unfortunately I couldn't afford having my garments lined with vair or sable even if they were readily available, which they aren't, and I didn't detest sewing fur so much. I HATE getting all that fluff everywhere. Fur is by far the most common lining in clothes in medieval documents from Scandinavia and although I haven't personally done any research on the rest of Europe other dress historians' work suggest that this was the case in the upper classes in the rest of Europe too. However, cloth and lighter woollens are also mentioned as linings, as well as silk, and there are also two rare norwegian examples of linen lining. None of those garments are this type of cotte though.
Under the cotte Rickard is wearing a hand sewn linen shirt with gores at the sides, hand sewn breeches and thin wool hose tied to a belt. He also has side-laced shoes that he made himself.