A loose fit cotton shirt with 5 leather buttons.
A square of silk fabric of dark-cherry colour is used as a belt. Cotton pants (“porty” – rus.).
A felt hat with a silk scarf tied around it which could probably be tied around the neck in order to reduce the rubbing of the neck against the shirt’s standing collar.
Shoes are combined leather boots with structural sailcloth elements. This is an analogue of combined high lace-up boots, the so-called “bertsy”, which are widely used today both for the needs of the military and for extreme tourism.
Gaiters (“kragi” – rus.) are another element of leg protection. The gaiters were made of leather and covered the leg up to the knee. They have buttons on the side and leather straps fastened under the knee to prevent them from sliding down.