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Western Buckskin Breechclouts

G.A. Reneker
P.O. Box 473
Dillsburg, PA 17019

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Have you read the info articles about original frontier buckskin clothing and how I make mine?

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Western Buckskin Breechclout

If you order a clout made of Commercial Tanned buckskin, I pre-stretch the buckskin before making the 'clout.  Indian Tanned buckskin is already pre-stretched during tanning.

Western breechclouts reached down to a couple inches above the knees.  Worn by Native Americans, as well as many a mountain man.

Original buckskin breechclouts were narrow, continuous strips of buckskin.  Eventually, to save hides and the time needed to tan them, 'clouts may be made by sewing 2 or 3 short pieces together to get the length needed.  That's the way most are made today.

Note:  Sample buckskin colors may vary slightly depending on your browser.  But then, colors vary slightly anyway between batches of buckskin during the smoking or dyeing processes.
Indian Tanned Hides
Hide Color Size Product
Number
Price Shpg
Pounds
 

Normal
Smoking
Naturally smoked

Up to 34" Waist
(85 cm)
CL009-K1L $ 129.00 .85  
35" to 39" Waist
(85 to 100 cm)
CL009-K2L $ 135.00 .95  
40" to 46" Waist
(101 to 115 cm)
CL009-K3L $ 141.00 1.05  
Commercial Tanned Hides
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Number
Price Shpg
Pounds
 

Dyed "Smoke"Commercial Dyed "Smoke" Color

Up to 34" Waist
(85 cm)
CL009-C1S $ 89.00 .95  
35" to 39" Waist
(85 to 100 cm)
CL009-C2S $ 97.00 1.05  
40" to 46" Waist
(101 to 115 cm)
CL009-C3S $ 104.00 1.15  

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