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CONFEDERATE CAVALRY OFFICER'S SLOUCH HATNobleWares Image of Confederate Cavalry Officer's Slouch Hat 10-08A NW-08B
Louis Kossuth was an immigrant from Hungary and in 1852 he introduced the “Slouch Hat” style to America. Over the next decade the term came to signify almost all soft creased hats with medium or wider brims. Even a medium brim was an improvement over the European styled Kepis and Forage caps of the day. The slouch hat is a historically correct style for both US and CS officers and enlisted men.
Our high quality reproduction Civil War Confederate Officer's Slouch Hat is of high crown style in Confederate Grey. Its features include ventilation grommets, and is made of sturdy but flow-thru fabric allowing airy comfort on those hot summer days. Satin lining, a 4-1/2" crown and 3-3/4" brim. The brim has a slight curl with crease in the center and sides of the top. Comes complete with deluxe gold Cavalry cord. Available one size that fits Large and X-Large
The Confederate CS Cavalry Officer's Slouch Hat is the perfect accessory to top off your authentic Civil War outfit. Ideal for re-enactments, weddings, LARPing, costumes for film and theatre, this reproduction hat simply looks great on display in your home or office; yet is particularly stunning while resting upon your head.

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Confederate Grey
Lining: Satin
Internal Band: Mesh-Suspension
High Crown Style
One size fits LARGE/X-LARGE
Sturdy fabric
6 Brass ventilation grommets

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The uniforms of the Civil War helped distinguish between the Union soldiers of the North, and the Confederate soldiers from the south. But early in the war, uniforms were provided by states, towns and wealthy individuals. This resulted in a confusing variety of styles and colors on both sides. As the war went on, a standard uniform design emerged. Over time, blue became the official color for the North and gray for the Confederate uniforms. Uniforms used color, braid, buttons, and other insignia for identification of branch and rank. Buff (Cream color) for General Staff & Engineers, Red for Artillery Yellow for Cavalry, French Blue for Infantry, and Black for Medical.

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