Here, I am wearing the basic over-shirt made from linen. This would be used for work related chores so not to muck up my good clothing I am wearing underneath.Since the day was a tad bit chilly, I chose to wear a knitted work cap.
Two side views of kit for colder weather. Although, I am not portraying a soldier, I do have items to show that I would might be a ranger. Equipment I have is for me to live out in the field with a basic bedroll, powder horn, shooters bag, knife and a cartridge box. Tomahawk, tin cup and haversack are also shown.
This impression is more for warm weather. The workers cap replaces the tri-corn due to the woods. I am also wearing a standard belly style cartridge box.
Just an all around generic impression.
So far to date, I have had been putting this together for about six months. With my Civil War period impressions, I spent several years putting them together. So, although, a long way to go, I have come a long way at the same time.