Prussian/Hessian sleeveless waistcoat
Sleeveless waistcoat as worn until the 1770s by most armies (Prussian, Hessian, Swedish, Russian, etc.). This one is the unlaced, plain version, made of wool broadcloth or kersey ("tricot"), and lined with either wool bay or serge, or also raw linen, and featuring false pocket flaps (private soldiers vests generally had only one, or no functional pockets at all). Brass or pewter buttons. Cloth bound buttonholes.
Available in standard sizes or made to measure.
standard size chart
small medium large xlarge EU sizes 46-48 50-52 54-56 58-60 UK sizes 36"-38" 40"-42" 44" 46"