The Breechclout is a necessary article of clothing that was common to the vast majority of tribes in North America. Early clouts were made from hide, and later ones often were of Trade Cloth. Generally, on the Great Plains, northern tribes preferred a breechclout that was quite long in front, while Southern & Central Plains groups wore shorter styles that reached to the knee or mid-calf at the longest in front and tended to be a bit shorter in the back. Skin leggings were generally made using a single deer hide for each leg and were the earliest form of leg covering.

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Weight .5 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 8 × .5 in


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