Austrian coat "Rock" 1798-1815
Austrian uniform coat or "Rock", made of white cloth for infantry, dragoons and cuirassiers, green for chevau-léger, brown for Grenzer (Croats) and artillery, pike grey (Hechtgrau) for Jaegers, cornflower blue for pioneers.
Meticulously reconstructed from the official regulations (as those on display at the Army Museum of Vienna are actually later reconstructions) and comparison with later (1836 pattern) still extant original coats, it is made of off-white broadcloth and lined with raw hemp canvas in the body and linen in the sleeves. It is available for any branch of service and unit, and in the standard 4 sizes provided for at the time, plus an additional xlarge modern size, or also made to your own measures. Pewter or brass plain half-domed buttons. For Hungarian or Grenz regiments the cuffs are pointed and display a white cloth stylized "bear's paw". There is option for the earlier 1798 pattern with long waist and sloping large turnbacks, 1807 or the later 1813-1815 pattern with shorter waist and cut-back tails.
standard size chart
xsmall small medium large xlarge EU sizes 42-44 46-48 50-52 54-56 58-60 UK sizes 32"-34" 36"-38" 40"-42" 44" 46"