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LEGGINGS

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Pair of brown leather leggings. The leggings are formed from a single panel of shaped leather. The panel is shaped to fit the contour of the lower leg and overlaps at the centre back. Attached at the lower edge is a single strap of leather which winds around the legging and feeds through two flat loops which have been rivetted to the front. At the top of the outer sides of both leggings is a leather securing tab with two buckles. The lower secures the strap and the upper secures a second, shorter strap that wraps around the calf.

Details

Details

Registration number
cwa-org-124-2020:312
Item type
Material
Width
100 mm
Height or length
250 mm
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Busselton Historical Society

Busselton Historical Society

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Leggings

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