Canadian 1899 Oliver Pattern Leather Yoke and Cape Brace

Canadian 1899 Oliver Pattern Leather Yoke and Cape Brace
A new reproduction of the leather equipment braces adopted in 1899 and used in the Boer War and WWI.  It is made in undyed natural color leather like the originals, and will darken with use.
 
Our PriceUS$ 85.00
Code205275000
Stock10
Weight1.2
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This offering is for the braces or yoke only.  The belt and overcoat are only shown to illustrate how the set goes together.  Also included is the cape brace attachment, which are the leather straps on the back designed for carrying a greatcoat or kit bag.  These two pieces are nearly impossible to find in the wild, and only a very few even exist in museums.  We have copied the originals as accurately as possible.  There is a lot of adjustment in the original design and these should fit anybody.
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