US M1897 Dark Brown Canvas Leggings

US M1897 Dark Brown Canvas Leggings
We have recreated these brown canvas leggings according to the specification of 1897.
 
Our PriceUS$ 45.00
Code106250000
Stock32
Weight.7
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Our leggings are made using the patterns and technical guidance of Eureka Arsenal, which is no longer able to produce them. Details include brass tips on laces, split rivets, leather reinforcing. Original specs called for 3 sizes, but we have extended the size range up to size 5.

Size 1
Height 14 1/2 inches
Diameter at top 15 inches
Diameter at ankle 12 inches

Size 2
Height 15 1/2 inches
Diameter at top 16 inches
Diameter at ankle 12 inches

Size 3
Height 16 inches
Diameter at top 17 inches
Diameter at ankle 13 inches
 
Size 4
Height 16 1/8 inches
Diameter at top 17 inches
Diameter at ankle 14 inches

Size 5
Height 16 inches
Diameter at top 18 inches
Diameter at ankle 14 inches
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