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Hunting was a popular pastime and seasonal vocation in the 18th Century. Much like today, hunting clothing was a variation of typical civilian clothing, with an additional layer of hunting-specific items. The outer layer included a hunting frock and a sash or belt to close it. Beneath this layer were the normal breeches, shirt, and waistcoat. Full-length gaiters were worn to protect the legs, and shoes or moccasins protected the feet. *
*This information is only intended to serve as a general recommendation. If you belong to a reenacting group or work for a historic site, we strongly recommend you check with your group first before purchasing this outfit.
Pictured Right: FR-100 Premium Hunting Frock in Canvas.
Alternatives: A Hunting Frock in a fabric option.
CP-128 Cotton Canvas Fall-Front Breeches.
Alternatives: Fall-Front Breeches of any fabric option.
Pictured Right: GA-986 Thigh-Length Gaiters.
Alternatives: GA-753 Leather Garters. GA-118 Hand-Woven Garters. Handwoven garters and Sashes are also sold as a set (ST-115 Hand-Woven Sash and Garter Set).