Light Horse Leather Leggings

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1903 pattern leather Light Horse Leggings, not only used by the Australian Light horse but the British Cavalry as well.  Many troops used them as they protected the lower legs from sharp undergrowth or rocks.  Excellent reproduction made from leather with metal buckles and riverts, 30 cm in length. Sizes available 15-19. Before ordering measure around the largest part of your calf with your breeches on for an accurate size.

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Trooper A. G. Forsyth of the 4th Light Horse Regiment. Forsyth later transfered to the 2nd Anzac Mounted Regiment after Gallipoli and died of pneumonia on 2nd April 1917 in England.

AUD$ 130.00

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