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62 EAGLE FRONTIERSMAN SHIRT,FRINGE PATTERN S-XXL 36-50

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  • Model: 62 PM
  • Shipping Weight: 0.2lbs
  • 1 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: United States

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Typical to the early 19th century. Options include front and back fringe, sleeve fringe and collar. Sizes Small (36) to XX-Large (50).


Included is a section on "Working with Leather" and a complete glossary of terms used. May be made in sized Small (36) through XX-Large (50).
Wonderful for Colonial, Revolutionary War, 18th century, Mountain Man, Rendezvous, Louis and Clarke, Colonial, American Revolutionary War, Fur Trade, Trapper Impressions.
Great for SASS or Cowboy Action Shooting - Western Wear!
Great for Cowboy, Rodeo, Western Expansion, or Wild West Show.
Great for SASS and Pow Wow living history events.

cut and checked out all sizes intact cut at size 50.This style depicts the style worn in the early 19th century. Not to be confused with our 'Frontiersman's Shirt', this early pattern was worn by fur trappers of the early 1800's. The shirt is slightly tailored but has the freedom of no sleeve cuffs or button closings.

The Early Frontiersman's Shirt has a false yoke when front and back fringe is added. Other options are sleeve fringe and a collar. This pattern includes the Working with Leather and Fur guide to simplify assembly.

Made in the USA, published by Eagle View. All terms are fully defined in the handy glossary. Bold illustrated instructions make Eagle View patterns easy to use, even for the novice.

Materials:

Hides Size 36 Size 38 Size 42 Size 46 Size 50
2 Hides, usable area each 24 x 46" 26 x 46" 28 x 48" 29 x 48 31 x 48"
1 Hide, usable area 30 x 40" 30 x 40" 30 x 40" 30 x 40" 30 x 40"

Leather: Light to medium weight leather.

Notions: Thread or imitation sinew.



This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 21 May, 2015.



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