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A pourpoint term that until at least the end of the 13th century was used interchangably with aketon and gambeson. This was as quilted garment worn under armour.

Later these terms become more specialised and the pour-point comes to mean a double-layed linen garment similar to a modern vest, to which other garments (particularly hose) could be attached.