Pattern - (M) Caped Woodsman's Frock
The Caped Woodsman's Frock is a style worn for more than 150 years of our early history. The Caped Woodsman’s Frock is a style worn for more than 150 years of our early history. The coat was worn by men who joined Roger’s Rangers in the French & Indian Wars, by Washington’s troops at Valley Forge and by Brisbane’s Regiment of the South Carolina Militia in the 1836 Seminole War. Options for this wrap-style Frock include square and round edges of the bottom and cape, gathered or tapered sleeves and a choice of leather or fabric. Colors usually varied from unbleached homespun to earthy camouflage gold, green and brown tones to the military navy, grey and black.
Comes in sizes 36 through 50.