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					                      The Rifles Dress
               WOs No2 Dress   CSjt/Sjt No2 Dress   Cpl No 2 Dress   Officer No2 Dress (on Pde)




Issue: 3/09
POC:
london@the-
rifles.co.uk
         The Rifles Dress

Regimental Dress Point of Contact for all
         Rifles Dress Matters
                  is:

  Lt Col (Retd) Jan-Dirk von Merveldt
       The Rifles (London Office)

        london@the-rifles.co.uk
            0207 491 4936
                           LATEST ACCOUTREMENTS/ DRESS
                                      NEWS
                                      FUTURE ARMY DRESS PROGRAMME (FAD)
                                             (Summary of DG Pers Ltr AG/HQ/1-6-1 dated 10 Feb 09)


The new No 2 (Service) Dress started in February 09. The new No 13/14(Barrack) Dress is about to enter service.
It is expected that the recruit Pass-Out Parades at ITC will be in the new uniforms by Apr 09.
Sixteen sizing packs, enabling individuals to be fitted for their new uniforms, are in circulation around the Army. The ATRs and
RMAS now have their own packs permanently while the others have been prioritised to move between the FIS regiments where
available as well as covering other units in the same geographical location.
Over 30,000 new No 2 Dress uniforms of the Male, Female and Scottish pattern varieties have already been received. These
uniforms, made of all wool barathea, are designed to raise soldiers’ dress standard. HQLF has prioritised and authorised unit
demands. RMAS will also receive the new barrack dress from mid-July 09 onwards. The remainder of the Army, led by the
ATRs and HQL, will start to receive the barrack dress thereafter. The trousers (and skirt) are of the same pattern as the No 2
Dress garments, but in a lightweight washable khaki material with a permanent front trouser crease.
New shirts are to be issued with the new No 2 Dress for all ranks; stocks are increasing. The long sleeved shirts will be issued
with the suits, as will the new lighter coloured tie. In due course the full entitlement of five shirts in a mix of long and short
sleeve will reach individuals.
Shoes and socks have started to be issued to those units that have been through the sizing process from Nov 08 and under the
direction of HQLF. Where soldiers have not been issued a pair of black shoes in the past they will now receive a pair along with
appropriate thin black socks.
Badges in metal are now being made with clutch and pin fastening. These should cause less damage to material. Melton cloth
backed badges are being produced with the new khaki colour to match the shade of the new uniforms.
The system is trying to develop a lighter weight jersey, mainly for office use. Canvassing opinion revealed that people liked the
ribbed style of the Jersey Heavy Wool (JHW), but wanted a lighter weight version with a V neck that could be worn indoors and
with a tie. Trials are ongoing, and further opinion is being sought. One of the current pattern JHW will continue to be issued,
with the new jersey replacing the second JHW.
Somewhat inevitably, during the issue programme there will be a mix of the old and new pattern style uniforms. ATRs and
RMAS will rapidly all be in the new uniform, but elsewhere the transition will take longer. There will be an issue of posters to
provide information on the new clothes.
                   LATEST ACCOUTREMENTS/ DRESS
                               NEWS
                      SNCO’s Mess Dress Grant

A grant for the purchase of SNCO Mess Kit will be available for all newly promoted Sergeants wef. 1st April 2009.
The grant will be paid as a one-off grant for all Corporals promoted to acting or substantive Serjeant. There will be 3
different rates as follows:
                            HCav and RAC                                            £835.
                            SCOTS                                                   £550.
                            All others (incl. The Rifles)                           £455.

While it would be desirable to have some retrospective element to this new grant, that is not possible. Nevertheless, the
provision of this grant for all those promoted after 1 Apr 09 is a considerable improvement to previous conditions of service
and is a key part of the strategy to re-enfranchise middle-management. It will be the subject of an IC Campaign once the
final points of detail have been agreed.

The provision of a grant to reflect the cost of purchasing Mess Dress on promotion to SNCO rights a long standing issue.
There is more work being undertaken on, for example, TA uniform grants; this will be promulgated shortly.

References:
(AG/HQ/1-6-1 dated 19 Feb 09)
(RAAC Chap 15 Annex A)
(D/DPS(A)/25/1/1/PS12(A) dated Nov 08)
(D/DPS(A)/25/03/00(PS12(A) dated 8 Jan 09)
The Rifles Cap Badge
    Silver Bugle surmounted by the Sovereign’s Crown.
    For the Forage Cap and Beret worn by all ranks.


    Cap Badge (Officers, lug & pin) for Officer No1 Forage Cap.
    NSN 8455-99-378-7176 or shop@riflesdirect.com
    (Also more suitable for wearing on beret)



    Cap Badge (OR’s, vertical hook) for OR No1 Forage Cap.
    NSN 8455-99-387-2296
    Also embossed on the black RIFLES ball, flat and hat
    buttons.

    Small silver version with screw back (size of collar badges)
    worn on Officers’ / WOs Side Hat boss.

    Small black metal version for Collar Badges.

    Standard size on all Cross Belt back pouches with special
    two screw fit.
Officers No1 Dress Forage Cap
        ( Also worn by WO1s/RSMs)
                Rifles No 1 Hat Rfn-CSjt

Name: Cap, Service Other Ranks
Description: Cap, Service. Rifle green. Cloth,
uniform wool NSN: 8405-99-136-0356/66
Size Range: 11 sizes (Headband measurements in cm)

Worn with:
a.  Hat band: Braid, Textile. Black. Worsted. Braided. Flat.
    1¾ in (44.4 mm) wide. NSN: 8315-99-973-0787
b.  Chin Strap
c.  Rifles Cap Badge (vertical hook) NSN 8455-99-387-2296
c.  Rifles Silver Back Badge NSN 8455-99-133-7981
d.  Black Patent leather chin strap
e.   Small Rifles (18ligne) hat buttons NSN 8455-99-378-7179
                                   Rifles Beret

Name: Beret, Green Rifle
Description: Beret, All ranks, Rifle green. Wool knitted.
NSN: 8405-99-976-017/0187
Size Range: 18 sizes (Headband measurements 48cm-64 cm)

Worn with: Combats/ barrack dress

Rifles Cap Badge is issued separately
Cap Badge Clutch & Pin: NSN 8455-99-378-7177
Cap Badge OR’s, vertical hook (Sliding): NSN 8455-99-387-2296
                                          Rifles Side Hat
                                              Officers’


           Side Hats are optional for WOs.

Badge and Boss: This is fitted midway between the
“Peak” and the join of the “Body & Crown”. It is not fitted on
the “Peak”.

Back Badge: This embroidered badge is fitted to the
“Flap” not on the rear of the “Peak”.

Sources for Side Hats:
Riflesdirect: 0845 6434 584 shop@riflesdirect.com
Patey (London) Ltd: 0207 635 0030 trevor@pateyhats.com
Herbert Johnson: 01954 785942 sales@herbert-johnson.co.uk
Side Hat Boss & Badge

 Rifle Green cord Beehive & small Silver
   Cap Badge with screw pin backing.
Worn on Officers and WOs Side Hats only.
          shop@riflesdirect.com
Rifles Back Badge
   Silver metal with two bendable prongs.
   NSN 8455-99-133-7981 or shop@riflesdirect.com

   Designed only to pierce through the black hat band
   of the Forage Cap and not into or through the cap
   proper.

   The Back Badge “sits a top” the bottom seam of the
   black hat band.

   Embroidered cloth version for Officers’ /WOs Side
   Hat only from shop@riflesdirect.com
        Back Badges

Back Badge Silver metal with two bendable
Prongs:
Designed only to pierce through the
black hat band of the Forage Cap and not into
and through the cap proper.

Worn by all rank only on No1 Dress Forage Cap.

NSN 8455-99-133-7981 or shop@riflesdirect.com




Cloth Back Badge Silver embroidered:
For Officers & WOs Side Hats only. The Back Badge ”sits
centrally a top” the bottom seam of the back of
the Side Hat (Flap).

Only from shop@riflesdirect.com
       ‘Golden Threads’
         on No 1 Dress
            Silver Back Badge on back of green Forage Cap only.




Silver RIFLES Badge on green Forage Cap.

Thin red Russia Braid at base of high
collar (Mandarin collar).

Cross Belts worn by Officers & WOs
(76mm) & SNCOs (50mm).

Croix de Guerre on both arms.

Black Buttons with raised RIFLES cap
badge image
5x Ball Buttons down front of Officer &
WO1 tunic, pocket buttons flat.

Flat Buttons with raised RIFLES cap badge
image for all other ranks.
                                        Rifles Cross Belt

              Main Battle Honours carried on Belt Badge.
Silver fittings on patent leather. The belt runs under the left
epaulette.

Officers & WOs belt 76 mm wide.
Officers Cross Belt worn with a silver back plate between
the badge & belt & not between the belt & wearer.

CSjts & Sjts belt 50 mm wide. Lions Head for Chain &
Whistle worn without back plate.

WOs issue Belt: NSN 8440-99-666-8032 depending on size
WOs issue Belt Badge: NSN 8440-99-378-7184
WOs Belt worn with the back plate between the belt &
wearer not between the badge & belt.

CSjts & Sjts belt: NSN 8440-99-666-8037 depending on size
CSjts &Sjts belt badge: NSN 8440-99-378-7185              MOD WOs issue Cross Belt depicted here

Lions head, Chain & Whistle: NSN 8465-99-428-7209
Officers purchase their Cross Belt through RHQ (london@the-rifles.co.uk)
The Rifles Cross Belt Badge
         (Officers)

           Solid or silver plated (76mm)
           For officers back plate to be
           fitted between Badge & Belt
           and not between belt and
           wearer.

           Officers Cross Belt badge and
           Silver furniture (solid silver or
           silver plate) available only
           through RHQ on
           london@the-rifles.co.uk .
           Serial number inscribed at
           back of crown.
     Officers’ Cross Belt

76mm wide black patent Leather Cross
Belt, large Belt Badge, Back Plate,
Whistle & Chain, Back Pouch, silver
plated belt/pouch linkage.

RIFLES (Cap) Badge on the rear pouch
special two screw fit.

All solid or plated silver furniture.

Worn with No1, No2, No3, No4 and No6
Dress as directed.

Authorised version in solid silver (hall
marked) or silver-plate with unique serial
number available only through RHQ The
Rifles on london@the-rifles.co.uk
The Rifles Cross Belt
  Whistle & Chain
     Part of the Cross Belt Furniture.

     Fitted above and below Cross Belt
     Badge.

     Issued to WOs & SNCOs for Cross Belts.

     NSN 8465-99-428-7209

     All in silver

     Chain type and fitment may vary.

     Worn on CSjts & Sjts Cross Belts (50mm)
     without baking plate behind Lions Head.
                      Rifles Cross Belt
                        Back Pouch




               Part of the Cross Belt Furniture.
           Worn centrally over back seam of jacket.
               Silver fittings on patent leather.
 Issued to WOs & SNCOs as part of the Cross Belt furniture.
Officers/ WO’s belt 76mm wide & CSjts & Sjts belt 50 mm wide.
                                Rifles Waist Belt
                                      Rfn-Cpl

Main Battle Honours carried on Belt Badge.

Silver fittings on black plastic.

Worn by: Rfn-Cpl with No1,No2, No3 & No6 Dress

Black Parade (waist) Belt NSN 8440-99-666-8021/24

Parade Belt Plate (buckle) with badge attached
NSN 8440-99-378-7186
                        Officers’ No 1 Dress


     Rifle Green Patrol style Jacket with high
  (Mandarin) collar and red Russia Braid around
                   base of collar
Worn with:
Headdress: Forage Cap.
Rank: Rifles black and red special fit 5/8th metal Crowns/Bath Stars.
Shoulder boards: Gimp Boards with special flat screw buttons.
Croix de Guerre: On both arms (use detachable C de G).
Medals: Medal ribbons/standard size medals court mounted.
Rifles Buttons: Front 5 x black ball buttons; flat pocket buttons.
Shirt: White collarless shirt with only cuffs showing.
Cross Belt: Officer pattern.
Sword Belt: Only if sword is worn (slung under jacket).
Gloves: Black unlined leather, single/ pop button if sword is carried.
Netherwear: Black Mess Overalls with 2” black braid band/seam.
Footwear: George Boots.
Embellishments: Avn /Para Wings etc. as per Army Dress Regs.

No shoulder titles; No collar badges; No whistle cord.
                           No 1 Dress Shoulder Boards
                                (Officers & WO1s)

Gimp Shoulder Boards Officers & WO1s:                       Worn on No1 & No3 Dress with special
screw backed buttons and special rank fitments with scarlet Melton backing/ surround. WO1s wear
blank Gimp Shoulder Boards. Rank insignia worn commencing from base of Shoulder Board. No
RIFLES shoulder titles worn. All available through: shop@riflesdirect.co.uk




Crown & Star special fitment                     Gimp Shoulder Board                       Screw backed Buttons

Equerries & ADCs
Aiguillette fitment on Mess Kit: Equerries & ADCs wear a single blank Gimp Board on Mess Kit, without rank, for gold
Aiguillette fitment. Right shoulder for Equerries and Royal ADCs. Left shoulder for MAs & ADCs to General Officers.
Small black metal E II R cipher worn at base of board as applicable for Royal appointments only without rank.
                  Officers’ No 2 Dress   (Old pattern)
                                    Forage Cap as per No1 Dress.
                                    Rank: Black 5/8th metal
                                    Crown/Bath Star (less red infill/
                                    backing).
         Shoulder Titles
                                    Cross Belt as directed.

Rifles black metal titles worn      4x black ball button down the
on both shoulders.                  front, remainder flat, all with
                                    raised RIFLES cap badge
Collar Badges.                      image,
Croix de Guerre (1914-18) on
both arms 4 ½ cm (1 ¾ in)
down from the shoulder
seam.                               Black Leather Glove, unlined
                                    with single/ pop button.
Whistle Cord only worn on
right shoulder when Cross
Belt is not worn.                   Footwear: George Boots with
The Cross Belt runs under           Cross Belt.
the left epaulette.                 Black Brogues/ Shoes
                                    Highland without Cross Belt.
Sword Belt is only worn by
officers if sword is worn.
                       Officers’ No 3 Dress
                                   White Tropical Parade-Wear



White Patrol style Jacket with high (Mandarin) collar
and red Russia Braid around base of collar.
Cloth: White twill, polyester and viscose.

Worn with:
Headdress: Forage Cap.
Rank: Rifles black and red special fit 5/th metal Crowns/Bath Stars.
Shoulder boards: Black Gimp Boards with special flat screw buttons.
Croix de Guerre: On both arms (use detachable C de G).
Medals: Medal ribbons/standard size medals court mounted.
Rifles Buttons: Front 5 x black ball buttons; flat pocket buttons.
Shirt: White collarless shirt with only cuffs showing.
Cross Belt: Officer pattern.
Sword Belt: Only if sword is worn (slung under jacket).
Gloves: Black unlined leather, single/ pop button if sword is carried.
Netherwear: Black Mess Overalls with 2” black braid band/seam.
Footwear: George Boots.
Embellishments: Avn /Para Wings etc. as per Army Dress Regs.

Note: No shoulder titles; No collar badges; No whistle cord.
                                        ORs No 3 Dress
                          White Tropical Parade-Wear including Full Dress and Band Uniforms




Description (ORs pattern): Jacket, Mans. No3 Dress, Army.
Cloth: White twill, polyester and viscose, single breasted to button five.
Stand collar with red Russia braid at base. Centre back vent. Two piece
set-in sleeve with plain cuff. Shoulder straps
Specification: UK/SC/5223 @ 24411
NSN: 8405-99-978-7723
Size Range: 22 Sizes
Contact: Bicester Help Desk 94240 4783 or 94240 4571/ 94240 4810

Worn with:
Headdress: Forage Cap
Rank : Rifles black on green Chevrons with silver lining. for ORs.
Croix de Guerre (1914-18): on both arms (recommend detachable C de G).
Rifles Buttons: WOs 5 x black ball buttons; ORs 5 x black flat buttons down the
front, rest flat for epaulettes & pockets.
Cross Belt: WOs & SNCOs.
Waist Belt: JNCOs & Rfn.
Medals: Standard size mounted.
Sword Belt: WOs.
Gloves: Black cotton unlined.
Netherwear: Black No1 Dress trousers.
Footwear: George Boots/Boots.
Embellishments: Avn /Para/SAS Wings etc. as per Army Dress Regs.
No shoulder titles; No collar badges; No whistle cords or lanyards worn.
                                          No 4 Dress


Description: Uniform, Mans. No 4 Dress. Officers, Army;
Cloth: Polyester and wool, Stone coloured without buttons.
NSN: 8405-99-130-7261 to 8405-99-130-7310
Specification: DC/MS/4886-1 22876
Size Range: 61 sizes
Accoutrements: As for No2 Dress
Details: JSP768 Def. Clothing Catalogue Sec 6, or in the COSA
Contact: Bicester Help Desk 94240 4783 or 94240 4571/ 94240 4810

Worn with:
Headdress: Forage Cap or when not on Pde with troops Side Hat.
Rank: Rifles black 5/8th plain metal Crowns/Bath Stars.
Shoulder Titles: Rifles black metal shoulder titles & Rifles black metal collar badges.
Croix de Guerre (1914-18): On both arms (Recommend detachable C de G).
Rifles Buttons: Officers 4x black ball button; ORs 4 x black flat buttons down the front, remainder flat for
epaulettes and pockets.
Rifles Whistle Cord: Only worn on right shoulder when Cross Belt is not worn. ORs wear Lanyard on LHS.
Cross Belt: As directed.
Sword Belt: Slung Sword Belt is only worn by officers under the jacket if sword is worn.
Gloves: Leather Gloves black unlined with single/ pop button if sword is carried.
Footwear: George Boots with Cross Belt; Black Brogues/ Shoes Highland without Cross Belt.
                                     No 6 Dress


Description: Uniform, Mans. No 6 Dress Soldiers.                                 No Picture
Cloth: Polyester and wool, Stone coloured.
NSN: 8405 99 977 7134 to 8405 99 977 7138;
8405 99 977 8125 to 8405 99 977 8147
Accoutrements: As for No2 Dress
Details: JSP768 Def. Clothing Catalogue Sec 6, or in the COSA
Contact: Bicester Help Desk 94240 4783 or 94240 4571/ 94240 4810

                                                 Worn with:
                 Forage Cap or Side Hat (for Officers/WO’s when not on Pde with troops).
                      Rank Officers: Rifles black 5/8th plain metal Crowns/Bath Stars.
                   Rank ORs: Rifles Silver gilt wire on black with rifle green background.
                                      Rifles black metal shoulder titles.
                No Rifles black metal collar badges (the collar of the jackets is not suitable).
                Croix de Guerre (1914-18) on both arms (Recommend detachable C de G).
          Rifles Buttons: Officers/WOs black ball buttons; ORs black flat buttons down the front.
                                      Cross Belt /Waist Belt as directed.
            Rifles Whistle Cord Officers/WOs/SNCOs: only worn when Cross Belt is not worn.
                              Rifles Lanyard ORs: ORs wear Lanyard on LHS.
                Slung Sword Belt is only worn by officers under the jacket if sword is worn.
                  Leather Gloves black unlined with single/ pop button if sword is carried.
       Footwear: George Boots with Cross Belt; Black Brogues/ Shoes Highland without Cross Belt.
                       Officers’ Mess Dress (No 10)

                  Headdress: No1 Dress Hat /Side Hat

Jacket: Scarlet high open collar overlaid with intricate black Russia
braid pattern, Croix de Guerre on both arms.

Rank: Not worn on Officers’ Mess Kit.

Waistcoat: Green felt with scarlet felt bands overlaid with black
Russia braid to match jacket collar.

Medals: Court Mounted Miniatures.

Sleeves: Scarlet cuffs overlaid with intricate black Russia braid.

Shirt: White Soft Collar & black Bow Tie (for White Tie events worn     Equerries & ADCs wear single
with a stiff high collar).                                              Gimp Shoulder Board on Mess
                                                                        Kit, without rank, for gold
                                                                        Aiguillette fitment. Right
Trousers: Black Mess Overalls with 2” black braid band/seam.            shoulder for Equerries & Royal
                                                                        ADCs, left shoulder for MAs &
Foot Wear:       George Boots or Mess Wellingtons, no spurs.            ADCs to General Officers.
         Officers’ Mess Dress (No 10)
                Pattern Views




   Front view                 Side view                     Back view
Mess Jacket & Vest           Mess Jacket                   Mess Jacket
                       This jacket is fitted on the left
                     shoulder for an ADC’s Aiguillettes
                                Gimp Board
                    Officers’ Mess Dress (No 10)
                           Collar & Cuffs

Officers Mess Kit
Jacket Collar pattern:
Scarlet Melton overlaid with intricate Russia braid.




Officers Mess Kit
Jacket Cuff:
Scarlet Melton overlaid with intricate Russia braid.
White double cuff showing.
                          Officers’ Mess Dress
                           Tropical Mess Kit

                            Description:
White twill, polyester and viscose; single breasted; shawl collar; patrol
                               back, lined.
Worn with:
Headdress: Forage Cap or Side Hat.
Rank: Not worn by Officers in this form of dress.
Shoulder boards: Not worn in this form of dress.
Croix de Guerre: On both arms (use detachable C de G).
Medals: Miniatures.
Rifles Buttons: Not worn in this form of dress.
Shirt: White Dinner Jacket shirt with soft collar with cuffs showing.
Tie: Black Bow Tie.
Waistcoat: Not worn in this form of dress.
Cross Belt: Not worn in this form of dress.
Sword Belt: Not worn in this form of dress.
Gloves: Not worn in this form of dress.
Netherwear: Black Mess Kit Overalls or black Dinner Jacket trousers.
Cummerbund: Rifles Cummerbund.
Footwear: George Boots or Mess Wellingtons
Embellishments: Avn /Para Wings etc. as per Army Dress Regs.

No shoulder titles; No collar badges; No whistle cord.
            Officers
      Barrack Dress (No 13)

Rifle Green Side Hat with rifle green beehive Boss/ shiny
 silver Bugle Badge & silver embroidered Back Badge.
Black Metal 5/8th Rank insignias & RIFLES shoulder titles
  pierced directly into garment in both orders of dress.
Shirt Man’s: Coat Style. Fawn. Long Sleeves. Cotton twill.
    Patch pocket and single point flap on each front.
                       Size Range: 15
       NSN: 8405-99-869-6529 to 8405-99-869-6542
                  Collar size (cm) 35 to 48
           or Rifles Officers’ Regtl pattern shirt
     Plain black 4 hole,11mm shirt buttons all round.
Flat black Rifles 30 ligne buttons for shoulder epaulettes
                         of pullover.
          Knitted fawn coloured tie as directed.
            Thick Rifles Whistle Cord in SSO.
       Rifles Stable Belt in both orders of dress.
                   .
Black Brogues/ Shoes Highland in both orders of dress.
 With Cbt 95 trousers & Stable Belt at the discretion of COs and/or as direct.
                                                 WOs Cross Belt




                              WOs Cross Belt                                                   WOs Cross Belt
76mm patent leather Cross Belt with back pouch.                                     When worn with No 2 Dress the
Large belt badge with back plate worn behind belt.                                  thick Whistle Cord is not worn.
Whistle & chain, lion’s head with small back plate.                                 Why?
                                                                                    Because you already have a
                                                                                    whistle as part of the silver Cross
                                                                                    Belt furniture.
        Worn with No1, No 2, No 3, and No 6 Dress.
                                                                                    The belt runs under the left
                                                                                    epaulette.

                                                              Back Pouch
              Patent leather with special fit RIFLES badge. Stainless steel belt/pouch links. Same for WOs, CSjts & Sjts.
                                             WOs’ No 1 Dress
                      75mm wide patent leather Cross Belt with back pouch. 5x Black Ball Buttons with
                      raised RIFLES cap badge image, flat buttons with image for Pockets and Epaulettes.
                      Black patent leather sword belt worn under jacket. Black Leather Gloves, unlined
                      with single/ pop button. Black trousers with black welt. Sword sling. George boots.


Rifle Green Forage Cap
Rifles cap badge
Small silver metal back badge.

Patrol Style Jacket.
High (Mandarin) collar with red
Russia braid at base of collar.
White collarless shirt with cuffs.

Silver Russia braid embellished
rank insignia right arm only.

Croix de Guerre on both arms.
Sword sling worn.

No Collar Badges, Shoulder Titles
or Whistle Cords worn in No1
Dress.

WO1s wear officer type Gimp
Shoulder Boards.
                                 WOs’ No 2 Dress (Old pattern)
                                                Ceremonial
                    75mm wide patent leather Cross Belt with back pouch. 5x Black Ball Buttons with
                    raised RIFLES cap badge image, flat buttons with image for pockets and Epaulettes.
                    Black patent leather sword belt worn under jacket. Black leather gloves, unlined
                    with single/ pop button. George boots.
Rifle Green Forage Cap silver
(sliding) Rifles cap badge &
small silver metal back badge.

Collar Badges, Shoulder Titles.
Shirt Mans, Fawn, Long Sleeve
NSN 8405-99-869-6537

Silver Russia braid embellished
rank insignia right arm only.

Croix de Guerre (1914-18) on
both arms.

Whistle Cord not worn with
Cross Belt.

The Cross Belt runs under the
left epaulette.

Sword Sling worn.
                                   WOs’ No 2 Dress (Old pattern)
                                               Non-Ceremonial
                     5x Black Ball Buttons with raised RIFLES cap badge image, flat buttons with image
                     for pockets and Epaulettes. Black patent leather sword belt worn under jacket.
                     Black leather gloves, unlined with single/ pop button. Black Brogues/ Shoes
                     Highland
Rifle Green Forage Cap silver
Rifles cap badge & small silver
metal back badge.

Shirt Mans, Fawn, Long Sleeve
NSN 8405-99-869-6537

Collar Badges, Shoulder Titles
and Whistle Cord.

Silver Russia braid embellished
rank insignia on right arm only.

Croix de Guerre (1914-18) on
both arms 4 ½ cm (1 ¾ in) down
from the shoulder seam.

Whistle Cord on right shoulder.

Sword Sling worn.
WOs’ & SNCOs’ Mess Dress
         (No 10)
Headdress: No1 Dress Forage Cap.

Jacket: Rifle Green jacket with roll collar, black clutch & pin Collar Badges
on front lapels (at level of V neck in Waistcoat/Bib and below miniatures),
Croix de Guerre on both arms.

Waistcoat (Bib): Rifle Green, black braiding down the front with four scarlet
lines running through the braid.

Rank: Same pattern as for No1 & No2 Dress except ¾ size. On
right arm only. Available through shop@riflesdirect.com

Shirt: White soft collar with cuff showing.

Tie: Black bow tie (not with Regtl Stripes).

Medals: Miniatures (above Collar Badges).

Trousers: Black with black welt down the side.

Foot wear: George Boots.

SNCO’s Mess Dress Grant: A £455 grant for the purchase of SNCO Mess
Kit for all newly promoted Sjts is effective wef 1 Apr 09. Non retrospective.
Not applicable to the TA
(Ref: AG/HQ/1-6-1 dated 19 Feb 09)
                      WOs’ & SNCOs’ Mess Dress
                        Tropical Mess Kit

                            Description:
  White twill, polyester and viscose; single breasted; shawl collar;
                         patrol back, unlined.
Worn with:
Headdress: Forage Cap
Rank: ¾ size black on green with silver lining.
Epaulettes : Not worn in this form of dress.
Croix de Guerre: On both arms (use detachable C de G).
Collar Badges: Worn by NCOs in this form of dress.
Medals: Miniatures.
Rifles Buttons: Not worn in this form of dress.
Shirt: White Dinner Jacket shirt with soft collar with cuffs showing.
Tie: Black Bow Tie.
Waistcoat: Not worn in this form of dress.
Cross Belt: Not worn in this form of dress.
Sword Belt: Not worn in this form of dress.
Gloves: Not worn in this form of dress.
Netherwear: Black No 1 Dress or black Dinner Jacket trousers.
Cummerbund: Rifles Cummerbund.
Footwear: George Boots or Mess Wellingtons
Embellishments: Avn /Para Wings etc. as per Army Dress Regs.

No shoulder titles; No whistle cord.
WOs Barrack Dress (No 13)
Rifle Green Side Hat with rifle green beehive Boss/ shiny silver
Bugle Badge above peak & silver embroidered Back Badge.
RIFLES shoulder titles pierced directly into garment in both
orders of dress.

Shirt Man’s: Coat Style. Fawn. Long Sleeves. Cotton twill. Patch
pocket and single point flap on each front.

            NSN: 8405-99-869-6529 to 8405-99-869-6542
                         Size Range: 15
                    Collar size (cm) 35 to 48

Buttons: Plain black 4 hole,11mm shirt buttons all round.

Flat black Rifles 30 ligne buttons for shoulder epaulettes of
pullover.

Knitted Rifles tie as directed with Pullover Order.

Thick Rifles Whistle Cord in SSO on right shoulder.

Rifles Stable Belt in both orders of dress.

Sword Belt below Stable Belt/Pullover.
Black leather rank armlet in SSO/Green on Black rank insignia
on pullover.

Black Brogues/ Shoes Highland in both orders of dress.
Sword Sling worn in both orders of dress

 With Cbt 95 trousers & Stable Belt at the discretion of COs and/or as direct.
                           CSjts & Sjts Cross Belt




                CSjts & Sjts Cross Belt                                           CSjts & Sjts Cross Belt
         50 mm wide patent leather Cross                                   When worn with No 2 Dress the
         Belt with back pouch. Small belt                                  lanyard is not worn.
         badge, whistle & chain, lion’s head                               Why?
         without back plate.                                               Because you already have a whistle
                                                                           as part of the silver Cross Belt
                                                                           furniture.
Worn with No1, No 2, No 3, and No 6 Dress.
                                                                           The belt runs under the left
Cross Belt NSN: 8440-99-666-8037                                           epaulette.


                                                        Back Pouch
                                Patent leather with special fit RIFLES badge. Stainless steel
                                belt/pouch links. Same for WOs, CSjts & Sjts.
                                       CSjts & Sjts No 1 Dress
                     50mm wide patent leather Cross Belt with back pouch. Flat buttons with raised
                     RIFLES cap badge image for front, pockets and Epaulettes. Black Cotton Gloves,
                     Black trousers with black welt. George boots/issue boots.



Rifle Green Forage Cap silver
(sliding) Rifles cap badge & small
silver metal back badge.

Patrol Style Jacket, high (Mandarin)
collar with red Russia braid around
base of collar.

Silver Russia braid embellished rank
insignia right arm only.

Croix de Guerre (1914-18) on both
arms 4 ½ cm (1 ¾ in) down from the
shoulder seam.

Collar Badges, Shoulder Titles or
Lanyards are not worn in No1 Dress.

The belt runs under the left
epaulette.


Cross Belt NSN: 8440-99-666-8037
                        CSjts & Sjts No 2 Dress (Old pattern)
                                                         Ceremonial
                        50mm wide patent leather Cross Belt with back pouch. Flat buttons with raised RIFLES cap
                        badge image for front, pockets and Epaulettes. Black cotton gloves. George boots/issue
                        boots.



Rifle Green Forage Cap silver (sliding) Rifles
cap badge & small silver metal back badge.

Shirts Mans Khaki Long Sleeve
NSN 8405-99-869-6473/82 (Range: 19 Sizes)

Issue tie

Collar Badges, Shoulder Titles and Whistle
Cord.

Silver Russia braid embellished rank
insignia right arm only.

Croix de Guerre (1914-18) on both arms 4 ½
cm (1 ¾ in) down from the shoulder seam.

Lanyard not worn with Cross Belt.

The belt runs under the left epaulette.
                       CSjts & Sjts No 2 Dress (Old pattern)
                                                   Non-Ceremonial
                        Flat buttons with raised RIFLES cap badge image for front, pockets and Epaulettes. Black
                        cotton gloves. George boots/issue boots.




Rifle Green Forage Cap silver (sliding) Rifles
cap badge & small silver metal back badge.

Shirts Mans Khaki Long Sleeve
NSN 8405-99-869-6473/82 (Range: 19 Sizes)

Issue tie.

Collar Badges, Shoulder Titles and Whistle
Cord.

Silver Russia braid embellished rank
insignia right arm only.

Croix de Guerre (1914-18) on both arms 4 ½
cm (1 ¾ in) down from the shoulder seam.

Lanyard on left shoulder.
                 JNCOs/ Rifleman's No 1 Dress

                                  Rifle Green Forage Cap, silver
                                  (sliding) Rifles cap badge &
                                  small metal silver back badge.
Parade (waist) Belt for
JNCOs & Rfn                       Patrol Style Jacket, high
                                  (Mandarin) collar with red
Flat black buttons with           Russia braid around base of
raised RIFLES cap badge           collar.
image throughout.
                                  Croix de Guerre (1914-18) on
Rank Chevrons/ Badges,            both arms 4 ½ cm (1 ¾ in) down
black on Rifle green with         from the shoulder seam.
silver Russia Braid outlines
worn on right arm.                Gloves cotton knitted cloth
                                  black ceremonial.
Black trousers, with Black
Welt.
                                  Collar Badges, Shoulder Titles &
George Boots/issue boots.         Lanyards not worn with No 1
                                  Dress.
                  Cpls & Rfn No 2 Dress
                 Corporals                                      Riflemen

Rifle Green Forage Cap, silver (sliding) Rifles     Rifle Green Forage Cap, silver (sliding)
 cap badge & small metal silver back badge.          Rifles cap badge & small metal silver
                                                                  back badge.
                No Cross Belt.
                                                                No Cross Belt.
       Lanyard (thin) on left shoulder.
                                                                 No Lanyard.

          Black Parade (waist) Belt                        Black Parade (waist) Belt
          NSN 8440-99-666-8021/24                          NSN 8440-99-666-8021/24
Parade Belt Plate (buckle) with badge attached       Parade Belt Plate (buckle) with badge
            NSN-8440-99-378-7186                       attached NSN-8440-99-378-7186

                                             All.
                       RIFLES shoulder titles NSN 8449-99-378-7177
                           Collar Badges NSN 8449-99-378-7178
                 Flat black buttons with raised RIFLES cap badge image.
                              Croix de Guerre on both arms.
          Rank: Black on Rifle Green with silver Russia braid outline on right arm
                                          Corporals’ Mess Dress
                                                 (No 10)

Headdress: No1 Dress Forage Cap.

Jacket: Rifle Green jacket with roll collar, black clutch & pin Collar Badges on front
Lapels (at level of 3rd shirt button down and below miniatures), , Croix de Guerre on both arms

Rank: Same pattern as for No1 & No2 Dress except ¾ size. On right arm only. Available through
shop@riflesdirect.com

Waistcoat/Bib: Not worn by JNCOs.

Shirt: White with a soft collar with cuff showing.

Tie: Black bow tie (not with Regtl Stripes).

Medals: Miniatures (above Collar Badges) on the LHS.

Cummerbund: Rifles regimental pattern. Available through shop@riflesdirect.com

Trousers: Black with black welt.

Foot Wear: George Boots.
   Soldiers’ Barrack Dress
           (No 13)
Headdress: Beret or No1 Dress hat as directed.
Rifles Shoulder Titles: On shirt/ pullover.

Shirt: Shirts Mans Khaki Long Sleeve
NSN 8405-99-869-6473/82 (Sizes 36-45) but with
plain black 4 hole,11mm shirt buttons all round.
Tie: With pullover as directed.
Rank: Black on Rifle Green, on brassard for shirt;
sewn on pullover. Black on green rank badges
“run” when washed.
Qualification badges: Black on Rifle Green style,
on brassard for shirt; sewn on pullover.
Stable Belt: In both orders of dress (over
pullover).
Trousers: As issued/directed.
Footwear: Boots or black shoes as directed.
Other Forms of Barrack
   Dress (Non Op)
                 No 2 Dress Shirt
                         Officers:
100% ivory shade/fawn cotton fabric with black buttons.
Source: Stephan Haroutunian Shirts, 95 Moore Park Road,
Fulham, London SW6 2DA Tel: 0207 731 5008, Fax: 0207 736
1301 www.yell.co.uk/sites/sh-shirts-ltd

                            WOs:
Shirt Mans, Fawn, Long Sleeve
NSN 8405-99-869-6525 (Range: 19 sizes)



           CSjts/Sjts/Cpls & Riflemen:
Shirts Mans Khaki Long Sleeve
NSN 8405-99-869-6473/82 (Range: 19 Sizes)

                Black Shirts buttons:
Button, Sewing Hole. Black. Plastic. 18 Line, 4 holes. NSN:
8315-99-973-0671

Commercial Sources: Woolworth Assorted Black Buttons or
Taylors Supplies Ltd 0161 834 0329 www.taylors–
supplies.co.uk approximately £1.70 for a bag of 100.

The small embellished 18 Ligne black Rifles hat buttons are not
to be used as shirt buttons due to laundry damage, running
colour and disintegration.
                      Greatcoat (OR Pattern)
                         Parade-Wear including Full Dress and Band Uniforms
                         (only issued for “Task Related Duties” i.e. Public Duties)




Description: Overcoat, Mans. Other Ranks. Single breasted. Fully lined
at front, half lined at back. Gun patches. A half belt, of two back straps, fitted
at the back waist. Pointed shoulder straps.
Cloth: Uniform, wool, blue/grey (OR finish).
NSN: 8405-99-573-5686 (numbers are not consecutive due to additional sizes).
Specification: UK/SC/5627 @ 29009
Size Range: 20 sizes
Contact: Bicester Help Desk 94240 4783 or 94240 4571/ 94240 4810

Officer Pattern: Double breasted version not shown.
NSN: 8405-99-789-6066 only one NSN as all are outsize/special
measures) (HQ London District have a stock in their ceremonial pool)
Contact: Lon Dist BOWO 94631 2419

Buttons: Rifles Great Coat Buttons (40L) NSN 8455-99-378-7183
Rank/Chevrons: See next page
                      Coat, Mans, Bandmaster,
                            Green Army
Description: Coat, Mans, Bandmaster, Army. Cloth, Green.
Size: Special Measure.
Cloth: Barathea, wool/worsted
NSN: 8405-99-974-4286
Worn by: Directors of Music & Band Masters

Worn with:
Headdress: Forage Cap.
Rank: Silver Russia braid embellished rank insignia right arm only.
Shoulder boards: Black Gimp Boards with special flat screw buttons.
Croix de Guerre: On both arms (use detachable C de G).
Medals: Medal ribbons/standard size medals court mounted.
Rifles Buttons: 12x Flat black buttons, large 40L.
Shirt: White collarless shirt with only cuffs showing.
Cross Belt: not worn with this form of dress
Sword Belt: Only if sword is worn (slung under jacket).
Gloves: Black unlined leather, single pop button.
Netherwear: Black Mess Overalls with 2” black braid band/seam.
Footwear: George Boots.
Embellishments: Avn /Para/SAS Wings etc. as per Army Dress Regs.
Note: No shoulder titles; No collar badges; No whistle cord.
                           Greatcoat (OR Pattern)
                                 Chevrons
                  Greatcoats or only Parade-Wear including Full Dress and Band Uniforms
                           (only issued for “Task Related Duties” i.e. Public Duties)


Rank Badges/Chevrons for Greatcoats: ADC Decision on Chevrons for Rifles Greatcoats: Chevrons on Greatcoats
(R IRISH/Ghurkhas/ RIFLES). The Committee agreed that a standard black worsted on dark green cloth 1/2in deep
chevron would be appropriate for R IRISH, GURKHAS and RIFLES. It would be incorrect for regimental patterns to be
used. Local purchase should be used for procurement. A sample item should be passed to PS12(A) for approval prior to
any full order being placed. DC IPT were to acquire samples which would be passed to the regiments for local purchase.
D/DPS(A)/25/1/1PS12(A) dated 8 Aug 07 amended 26 Oct 07. Manufacturers code/item number to follow from RHQ.

 Officers: Red backed No1 Dress Crowns/Stars on epaulettes.




  ORs: See the comparative sizes of the standard No1/2
  Dress Sjt stripes and a Rifles Greatcoat Cpls stripes for
  wearing on the right arm.

  Buttons: Rifles Great Coat Buttons (40L) NSN 8455-99-
  378-7183
                         No 1,No 3 Dress & Greatcoat
                         Rifles Officer’s Rank Crowns

                                     5/8th Black Metal Crown No1 Dress:

                                     This 5/8th black metal crown has a
                                     special wire fit with a Scarlet Melton
                                     backing held in place by a small brass
                                     plate.

                                     Only for use with the No 1 & No 3 Dress Gimp
                                     shoulder boards and on epaulettes of
                                     Greatcoats.

                                     Available through: shop@riflesdirect.com
                                     Tel: 0845 6434 584




5/8th Black Metal Rank Crown No1 Dress - Front                    5/8th Black Metal Rank Crown No1 Dress - Back
                     No 1, No 3 Dress & Greatcoat
                      Rifles Officer’s Rank Stars

                                       5/8th Black Metal Star No1 Dress:

                                       This 5/8th black metal star has a
                                       special wire fit with a 1/8th scarlet
                                       Melton backing/surround.

                                       Only for use with the No 1 & No 3 Dress
                                       Gimp shoulder boards and on epaulettes
                                       of Greatcoats.

                                       Available through: shop@riflesdirect.com
                                       Tel: 0845 6434 584




5/8th Black Metal Rank Star No1 Dress - Front                           5/8th Black Metal Rank Star No1 Dress - Back



Please note that when fitted the Melton backing/surround is to be squared off with the star as above
                        No 2 Dress Rifles
                      Officer’s Rank Crown
            Worn on: No 2,4 & 6 Dress/Shirt Sleeve & Pullover Order




Rank Crown. Metallic. Small Officers. The Rifles.

5/8th Black, metal, 2 clutch & pin fitment.
Cap/Cushion prominent within the crown.

NSN: 8455-99-793-9991

Available through: shop@riflesdirect.com
Tel: 0845 6434 584
                         No 2 Dress Rifles
                         Officer’s Rank Star
              Worn on: No 2,4 & 6 Dress/Shirt Sleeve & Pullover Order




Bath Star. The Rifles. Black Finish
5/8th Black, metal clutch & pin fitment.
NSN: 8455-99-793-9990

Available through: shop@riflesdirect.com
Tel: 0845 6434 584
  Rank Star
Correct wearing
 “Tria Juncta in Uno” Three joined in one (L.) Motto of
 the Order of the Bath.

 A modified Star of the Bath with the motto and three
 Crowns serves as the star ("pip") rank badge in most
 of the British Army.

 The star is worn with the 2/1 small crown formation in
 the centre of the star to the wearers face with two of
 the small crowns uppermost.

 5/8th Black metal.
 Clutch and pin fitting.

 NSN: 8455-99-793-9990

 Available through: shop@riflesdirect.com
 Tel: 0845 6434 584
           Rank Insignia (Other Ranks)
        Cloth: Silver gilt wire on black with rifle green background




Warrant Officer Class 1
Royal Arms
Worn on right sleeve only on No 1, 2 & 3 Dress
NSN: 8455-99-364-0747
Mess Kit: 3/4 size from Riflesdirect


Warrant Officer Class 2
Crown & Wreath (RQMS/TQMS)
Worn on right sleeve only on No 1, 2 & 3 Dress
NSN: 8455-99-364-0746
Mess Kit: 3/4 size available through:
shop@riflesdirect.com Tel: 0845 6434 584
            Rank Insignia (WO2 & CSjt)
              Cloth: Silver gilt wire on black with rifle green background




Warrant Officer Class 2
Crown Large
Worn on right sleeve only on No 1, 2 & 3 Dress
NSN: 8455-99-364-0747
Mess Kit: 3/4 size available through:
shop@riflesdirect.com Tel: 0845 6434 584



Colour Serjeant
Crown
Worn on right arm only on No 1, 2 & 3 Dress
NSN: 8455-99-364-0745
Mess Kit: 3/4 size available through:
shop@riflesdirect.com Tel: 0845 6434 584
                         Wrist Strap Leather




Description: Strap Wrist Leather, Large
NSN: 8455-99-139-0960
Size Range: Single
Additional Information: Not issued in black, needs to be blackened before it is worn. Worn by WOs on Right
Wrist with black metal rank insignia as follows:
Insignia WO1 (Roayl Arms Warrant): NSN 8455-99-973-9220
Insignia RQMS/TQMS (Crown in Wreath): NSN 8455-99-973-8940
Insignia WOII (Crown Metallic Large): NSN 8455-99-973-8893
                      Wrist Strap Insignia
                    (WO1, RQMS/TQMS, WO2)

                                  INSIGNIA, RANK
                                  Royal Arms. Warrant Officer Class 1.
                                  NSN: 8455-99-973-9220
                                  Gilding metal. Black japanned finish. Supplied with pin and back-plate.




                                   INSIGNIA, RANK
                                   Crown in Wreath. Metallic. Warrant Officer
                                   Class 2.
                                   NSN: 8455-99-973-8940
                                   Gilding metal. Black japanned finish. Supplied with pin and back-plate.

                                   INSIGNIA, RANK
                                   Crown. Metallic. Large. Warrant Officer
                                   Class 2.
                                   NSN: 8455-99-973-8893
                                   Gilding metal. Black japanned finish. Supplied with pin and back-plate.



Worn with: Strap Wrist Leather, Large NSN: 8455-99-139-0960. Not issued in black, needs to be blackened before it
is worn. Worn by WOs on Right Wrist
        Rank Insignia (Bugle Maj & Sjt)
            Cloth: Silver gilt wire on black with rifle green background




Bugle Major
4 Stripes
Worn on right sleeve arm on No 1, 2 & 3 Dress
NSN: 8455-99-364-0748
Mess Kit: 3/4 size available through:
shop@riflesdirect.com Tel: 0845 6434 584

Serjeant
3 Stripes
Worn on right arm only on No 1, 2 & 3 Dress
NSN: 8455-99-364-0749
Mess Kit: 3/4 size available through:
shop@riflesdirect.com Tel: 0845 6434 584
                Rank Insignia (Cpl & LCpl)
                 Cloth: Silver gilt wire on black with rifle green background




Corporal
2 Stripes
Worn on right sleeve arm on No 1, 2 & 3 Dress
NSN: 8455-99-364-0750
Mess Kit: 3/4 size available through:
shop@riflesdirect.com Tel: 0845 6434 584

Lance Corporal
1 Stripe
Worn on right arm only on No 1, 2 & 3 Dress
NSN: 8455-99-364-0751
Mess Kit: 3/4 size available through:
shop@riflesdirect.com Tel: 0845 6434 584
                       Rank Insignia
                  Cloth: Embroidered black on rifle green background


                 Worn in Pullover /Overall and on a Brassard
                           for Shirt Sleeve orders.


Rank               NSN                  Stripes
Bugle Maj:      8455-99-974-2095           4
Serjeant:       8455-99-974-2094           3
Corporal:       8455-99-974-2093           2
L/Corporal:     8455-99-974-2092           1

  These Rank Insignia tend to “run” when
washed and are only suitable for dry cleaning.
                                           Rank Chevrons
                                             & Badges
No1 & No2 Dress:
Black on Rifle Green with silver Russia braid outline.
Same for qualification badges.

Mess Kit:
¾ size black on Rifle Green with silver Russia braid
outline for NCOs Mess Kit.
Available through: shop@riflesdirect.com Tel: 0845 6434 584


Small SAS, Parachute, Pilot, Commando dagger on
Rifle Green if applicable.



Shirt Sleeve/ Pullover Order/Overall
Brassard:
Black on Rifle Green.
Same for qualification badges.
These Rank Badges run when washed and are only
suitable for dry cleaning and should be worn on a brassard
for Overall and Shirt Sleeve order. Sewn onto Pullover.
                                            Rank Slides


Olive Green Slides:
Ranks in black on rifle green. Small embroidered Rifles cap badge with RIFLES in black upper case
lettering under cap badge. Desert pattern on an as required basis.
ACF/CCF: ACF/CCF embellishments underneath regular embellishments as applicable.
Available through: shop@riflesdirect.com     Tel: 0845 6434 584

For ACF/CCF available through: sales@cadetkitshop.com
Collar Badges & Shoulder
          Titles

        Collar Badges:
        Worn by all ranks on No 2 & No 4 Dress.
        Not worn on No1, No 3 & No 6 Dress.
        Clutch & Pin fitment.
        NSN 8455-99-378-7178 or available through:
        shop@riflesdirect.com Tel: 0845 6434 584



        Shoulder Titles:
        Worn by all ranks on No 2, No 4 & No 6 Dress,
        Shirt Sleeve and Pullover order.
        Clutch & Pin fitment.
        NSN 8455-99-378-7177 or available through:
        shop@riflesdirect.com Tel: 0845 6434 584
    Rifles Black Buttons


Ball (30 Ligne) Buttons:
With raised RIFLES cap Badge image worn by Officers and WOs on
No1& No3 (x5), No2, No4 & No6 (x4) Dress. Also double up as Blazer
buttons (2 rows of 3).
NSN 8455-99-378-7181 or shop@riflesdirect.com




 Flat (30 Ligne) Shank:
 With raised RIFLES cap Badge image worn by Officers and WOs on
 No1 & No2 Dress pockets & epaulettes.
 All others for No1 and No2 Dress. Also double up as Blazer cuff
 buttons.
 NSN 8455-99-378-7180 or shop@riflesdirect.com


  Flat (30 Ligne) Screw:
  For Officers’ & RSMs’ No1 Dress Jacket Gimp shoulder boards.
  NSN 8455-99-378-7182 or shop@riflesdirect.com
  Also used to fit Equerries’ & ADCs’ single blank Gimp Board onto Mess Kit for
  gold Aiguillette fitment.
           Rifles Black Buttons



Great Coat Buttons (40 Ligne):
With raised RIFLES cap Badge image worn by all Ranks on Great
Coats only.
NSN 8455-99-378- 7183



Hat Buttons/ Chin strap buttons (18 Ligne):
With raised RIFLES cap Badge image worn by all Ranks on No1 Dress
Forage Cap and by Officers and WOs on Side Hats.
NSN 8455-99-378-7179 also available through shop@riflesdirect.com
Not suitable as shirt buttons (Break up and discolour in the wash)
Not to be worn as Blazer cuff buttons!

Plain Black Shirts buttons:
Flat, plain, 4 hole, size 11mm, 10-12 per shirt.
Sources: Taylors Supplies Ltd (Code CP17, Size 18, Col 10)
Tel: 0161 834 0329 www.taylors–supplies.co.uk they come in bags of 100.

The small black Rifles Hat Buttons (18 Ligne) are not to be used as shirt
buttons due to laundry damage, running colour & disintegration.
Rifles Whistle Cord &
       Lanyard

  Rifles Whistle Cord Officers & WOs:
  Worn with No 2 Dress and Shirt Sleeve order on right shoulder.

  Whistle Cord never worn with No1 Dress or No2 Dress when wearing a
  Cross Belt and never when wearing Aiguillettes


  NSN 8465-99-347-5334 or also available through: shop@riflesdirect.com




  Lanyard CSjt, Sjt, Cpl & LCpl:
  Worn with No 2 Dress and Shirt Sleeve order on
  left shoulder.
  Never worn on No1 Dress or with Cross belt in No 2 Dress.

  NSN 8465-99-975-7413
                                Croix de Guerre




Croix de Guerre:
1914-1918 Medal ribbon worn on No1, No2, No3, No4, No6 and Mess Kit by all ranks on both
arms 4 ½ cm (1 ¾ in) down from the shoulder seam.
Not worn in Shirt Sleeve, Pullover or Cbt 95 order.
NSN 8522-99-135-9344 or Available through: shop@riflesdirect.com

shop@riflesdirect.com have very useful pre-sewn “blocks” (medal ribbon style) with pin
and clasp fitting of the Croix de Guerre ideal for No 3 & No 4 Dress.
    Rifles Stable Belt




Rifles Stable Belt:
Rifle Green ribbed pattern firm cloth. Buckle & slide
black. Worn by all ranks in SSO, Pullover order & various
forms of Barrack Dress.
Available through: shop@riflesdirect.com
                                  Gloves Officers & WO1s


Officers & WO1s:
Gloves black leather unlined, dome &
stud single pop fastening at wrist,
centre palm vent & three plain points
across the back of each hand.

Always worn when carrying a
sword and/or wearing a Cross Belt.


Pop Fastening Gloves:
NSN 8415-99-131-5755/5762
(Gloves Tri-Service Personnel
 Black).
Also:
Button Fastening Gloves:
NSN 8440-99-975-0963/0970
                                                           Private Purchase Sources:
                                           1. Ammo & CO, Tel:01217 722 999, tommy@ammoandco.co.uk
                                2. EC Snaith & Son Ltd, 0121 380 0812, orders@ecsnaith.net (Black Leather Gloves)
      3. Southcombe Brothers Ltd, Tel: 01935 823 567, awf@southcombe.com (Code: SB02282B; SB00279B*usually have only lightly lined* gloves
                                                               in stock RR £12.00)
                                  GLOVES
                                 (CSjt-Rfn)

Gloves, Cloth, Cotton, Black unmarked
With Velcro fastening
For use by The Rifles CSjt-Rfn for ceremonial.
Size Range: 6
NSN 8405-99-679-8483   Size: 0
NSN 8405-99-679-8484   Size: 1
NSN 8405-99-679-8485   Size: 2
NSN 8405-99-679-8486   Size: 3
NSN 8410-99-679-8487   Size: 4
NSN 8405-99-679-8488   Size: 5
CPO/GPL/133
                        Footwear
 George Boots
 NSN 8430-99-132-6625 (Range: 33 sizes)

 Also available through: shop@riflesdirect.com
 Tel: 0845 6434 584



   Mess Wellingtons
   Available through: shop@riflesdirect.com
   Tel: 0845 6434 584




Black Brogues (Shoes Highland)
NSN 8430-990975-3071 (Range: 43 sizes)

Acceptable lighter brogues available through most
good shoe shops.
                        Qualification Badges




Worn on right arm above the Croix de Guerre on No1, No2, No3, No4, No6, Shirt Sleeve/
                                  Pullover & Mess Kit.




             Marine Cdo Dagger worn on left arm ¾” below Croix de Guerre
 Other qualification badges worn on lower sleeve as direct in Army Dress Regulations.
                 BADGE, QUALIFICATION
                     Bugle Major


NSN: 8455-99-213-0889
Specification: UK/SC/6380 @ D01403
Description: Cloth. Silver gilt wire embroidered on
black and green background.
Size Range: Single
Additional Information: Worn on No1 & No2 Dress
            BADGE, QUALIFICATION
                   Bugler


NSN: 8455-99-777-7648
Specification: UK/SC/6380 @ D01226
Description: Cloth. Silver gilt wire embroidered on
black and green background.
Size Range: Single
Additional Information: Worn on No1 & No2 Dress
               BADGE, QUALIFICATION
               Musicians and Bandsmen



NSN: 8455-99-213-0888
Specification: UK/SC/6380 @ D01402
Description: Cloth. Silver gilt wire embroidered on
black and green background.
Size Range: Single
Additional Information: Worn on No1 & No2 Dress
                        Measuring for a Cross Belt




Wearing a No 2 Dress jacket, tie and shirt the tape measurement is to be taken according to the
centre line of the flow/run/ lie of the prospective Cross Belt from the front centre badge position,
under the centre of the left epaulet across the back under the right arm pit and back to the front
centre as pictured above leaving approximately 3 finger’s width below the right armpit.

                                The Army Cross Belt sizes are:
                                        Small: 38-40 in
                                       Medium: 40-44 in
                                        Large: 44-48 in
                                     Extra Large: 48-53 in
              The Cross Belts come with two adjuster holes at each end of the belt.
                 The above applies to both Officers/WOs &SNCOs Cross Belts.
Fitting of a Cross Belt (1/4)
       The initial fitting of the badge and Inkerman Chain
       (whistle, chain and lion's head) must be carried out with
       the user wearing No 2 Service Dress.

       Ensure firstly that the rear pouch is central over the
       Centre back seam of the jacket. The length adjusters of
       the cross belt/pouch should be equal on both ends.

       Leave approximately 3 fingers' width below the right
       armpit. Ensure that it does not “push” against the left
       epaulette button.

       Try swinging your arms and moving about.

       Check again that the pouch is central on the back
       centre seam and that it sits comfortably under the right
       arm pit and does not “push” against the left epaulette
       button.
       The holes for the silver fittings should be made by a Cobbler or
       with a hole bunching tool. Ensure that the holes are a tight fit to
       avoid “ badge rattle”.
       Drawings by Cpl Matthew Cook, F Coy 7 Rifles
Fitting of a Cross Belt (2/4)



        The belt should travel across the chest just under
        the right breast pocket flap button.

        It should be approximately 3 fingers' width below
        the right armpit.

        It runs under the left shoulder strap.

        It runs under the left lapel (ensure that it does not
        “push the lapel up”).

        Drawings by Cpl Matthew Cook, F Coy 7 Rifles
Fitting of a Cross Belt (3/4)
       Fit the large belt badge to the front. The backing plate can
       be used as a template to assist fitting.


       The badge is fitted with its centre over the line of the front
       buttons, and equally distant from both edges of the belt.

       The badge follows the sweep of the belt (i.e. NOT fitted
       upright).


       N.B. A useful tip is to remove the fixing nuts and then
       Firmly press the badge into the required position on the
       belt. The holes can then be punched through where the
       Indentation marks have been left by the screws of the
       badge.

       The holes for the silver fittings should be made by a Cobbler or
       with a hole bunching tool. Ensure that the holes are a tight fit to
       avoid “ badge rattle”.

       Drawings by Cpl Matthew Cook, F Coy 7 Rifles ge.
Fitting of a Cross Belt (4/4)

        When the centre badge has been attached, fit the Lion's
        Head and chain.

        1. The Lion’s head is fitted UPRIGHT in the step of the
         No2 Jacket collar/ lapel.
        2. The whistle is then fitted, again UPRIGHT, equidistant
        with the lions head from the centre badge.

        3. When the whistle is inserted in the holder the chains
        should loop and drop (uncrossed) over and below the
         front of the belt.

        4. The centre badge backing plate is worn on the
        outside of the belt immediately behind the belt badge.

        The holes for the silver fittings should be made by a Cobbler or
        with a hole bunching tool. Ensure that the holes are a tight fit to
        avoid “ badge rattle”.

        Drawings by Cpl Matthew Cook, F Coy 7 Rifles
Sword Ensemble
   Sword Rifle Regiment & Nickel plated
   Scabbard: With “RIFLES” Cap Badge etched into
   Left hand side of blade. Royal Cipher on right hand
   side of blade.
   Rifle pattern Guard fitted with black pleated leather
   Sword Knot. Carried as a slung sword with sword belt
   under tunic.
   Sword NSN 8465-99-973-6878 DCIPT pattern 25402
   Scabbard NSN 8465-99-973-6853 DCIPT pattern 29173
   Sword Knot NSN 8455-99-973-6670 DCIPT pattern LI

   Gloves Black Leather: Unlined with pop button.
   Always worn when carrying a sword.

   Issue Sword & Scabbard:
   Certain appointments are entitled to an Army issue
   Rifles sword & scabbard.
   See DCI, Material & Dress Regs & Ceremonial Regs.

   RHQ has a number of loan swords on application,
   Contact: london@the-rifles.co.uk

   When carried: Only when wearing No1 or No2 Dress
   Ceremonial and then only ever dressed with the Scabbard – not
   when wearing Combat Kit of any description even if troops are
   on parade in combat kit with rifles.
Sword Belt & Knot

   Sword Belt:
   Worn under No1,No2,No3,No4,No6 Dress tunic.
   Not worn by officers when not carrying a sword.
   WOs when on duty.
   The sword is never “hooked” onto the belt even if
   the belt comes with a hook.

   NSN 8440-99-666-8025/31 or shop@riflesdirect.com




   Sword Knot :
   Black pleated leather. Knotted on hilt of Sword

   NSN 8455-99-973-6670 or shop@riflesdirect.com


   Gloves Black Leather:
   Unlined with pop button. Always worn when carrying a sword.
   shop@riflesdirect.com for source information on gloves.
                                       Sword Belt
                                       Wearing of




                                                                               Under Stable Belt
                                                                               in SS order.

                                                                               Under Pullover in
                                                                               Pullover order


                                       Sword Belt /Sling
Worn under No1, No2, No3, No 4 & No 6 Dress tunic, under Stable Belt in SSO & under Pullover.
Worn by WOs in all forms of dress.
Not worn by officers when not carrying sword.
The sword is never “hooked” onto the belt even if the belt comes with a hook.
Sword Belt NSN 8440-99-666-8025/31 or shop@riflesdirect.com
                                         Rifle Sword History




A proud distinction:
British Army regiments have always been proudly individualistic – none more than Rifle regiments. Thus in
1822, when their officers were required to carry the same swords as “ordinary” regiments of the line, the ruling
met with widespread disfavour. So much so that barely five years later, new orders were issued officially
authorising the rifle regiments to adopt their own variant pattern with a string bugle surmounted by the
reigning Sovereign’s crown encased within the hilt.

Rifle Regiment Sword:
Following the same basic pattern as all the Guards regiments, this sword has a straight carbon steel blade
etched with the regimental crest (Cap Badge). This contrasts with the Guards, whose swords carry the battle
honours of each of their regiments on the blade.
The nickel - plated steel guard of the Rifle Regiment Sword is pierced and etched with a scroll pattern that
includes a Rifle Regiment cipher in place of the Royal cipher. The grip is in black fish-skin bound with silver-
plated copper wire.
The scabbard is nickel-plated steel. The knot is pleated black leather.
             Sword Blade Embellishments




  Bugle Badge                                            Royal Cipher

                     Rifles Badge on “inner or left side” of blade.
                    Royal Cipher on “outer or right side” of blade.
Personal initials/names/dates permissible on “Panel” provided under badge or cipher.
             Sword Details
                       Tang       Scabbard
                                  Loose
                                  Rings
                       Shoulder

             Pommel    Ricasso

Pas de Ane   Back
      Ring   Piece

             Grip

    Guard

                                  Scabbard
             Quillon

                                  Shoe
                       Fuller


                       Spear
                       Point
                                                  SWORD CARE


         A sword is a hand-made instrument and as such needs to be looked after with care.
             The following guidelines are to be followed in caring properly for a sword.

If possible, wear gloves when handling a sword.
Avoid, at all costs, returning a wet sword into the scabbard.
If the sword gets wet it must be dried and Vaseline applied before being put back into the scabbard.
Do not keep the sword in the scabbard when storing it.
Do not store a sword and scabbard in damp conditions.
Do not store a sword in a Chamois Leather bag for any length as this can attract condensation and therefore rust.
Always clean your sword and apply Vaseline to the blade.
Avoid denting or scratching the Nickel plated scabbard.
Ensure the scabbard is dry both on the inside and outside before storing. (Use a hairdryer to blow warm air down
the scabbard to dry it out).
If a sword is used to cut a wedding cake you must ensure that it is cleaned immediately and Vaseline is applied to
the blade. (The ingredients of a wedding cake corrode the blade and blade etching)
Do not use a sword to open a champagne bottle. The blade does not have sufficient weight for this task.
A sword is a precious item and needs to be treated with care especially if it has been handed down or the intention
is to hand it on to someone else.

Should your sword require repairing or reconditioning contact RHQ (london@the-rifles.co.uk) who can
recommend an appropriate sword cutler.
Tying a “Rifles” Sword Knot
         (Step 1-3)
           1.   Loop the end into the slot
                from below.




           2.   Take the Knot over the Guard
                near to the Pummel.



           3.   Take the Knot through the
                Guard.

           Sword Knot NSN: 8455-99-973-6670 or
           shop@riflesdirect.com
Tying a “Rifles” Sword Knot
         (Step 4-6)
        4.   Take the Knot through the Guard
             twice more.




        5.   Take the Knot through the Loop
             and then pull the whole thing
             tight working from the Pummel
             end downwards.


        6.    Finished.
        Sword Knot NSN: 8455-99-973-6670 or
        shop@riflesdirect.com
                                      Historical Background
                                                      Frock Coat & No1Dress
                                    (Historical background only ; does not imply entitlement)




Frock Coat: available to certain officers (usually Lt Gen and above and in certain Royal Household appointments), DOMs
    and WO1 bandmasters, this knee-length garment can be of two basic styles: single-breasted with olivets and extensive
    black braid decoration; or double-breasted and plain with military buttons. A green version of the latter type exists for
    Bands with relevant historical background but otherwise all frock coats are dark blue. They are normally worn with the
    peaked forage cap and with Full Dress nether wear, sword scabbard and accoutrements and, where appropriate, with a
    waist sash but never with a Cross Belt /pouch belt. However, Generals and senior army Staff officers may on occasion
    wear the cocked hat and plume instead of the cap with their frock coats. The latter have gold shoulder cords and, for
    Generals, blue velvet collar and cuffs.

No.1 Dress (Temperate ceremonial uniform): this is a descendant of the "Frock", which was a fairly austere tunic-length
    undress jacket with external pockets that was developed for working and training purposes from around 1870 onwards.
    Originally this matched the units’ Full Dress colour, the body being scarlet or blue (except for Rifles) but the scarlet Frock
    was replaced by blue around 1900 (except Overseas). This uniform (called "Blue Patrols" in many units) became a very
    popular one for officers and provided the basis for the serge Coronation Uniform issued to Soldiers in 1937. By 1950,
    No.1 Dress had been developed along the same lines. In most cases this had the great advantage of being able to be
    worn by officers on ordinary occasions with the Sam Browne belt etc. as before but for ceremonial occasions with
    accoutrements, and usually also shoulder cords, of Full Dress type. Rifles officers had long worn their pouch belts for
    both purposes. The tunic itself (termed a "jacket" in Dress Regulations) remains austere in spirit and not suitable for
    actual gold lace/braid trimming, although it works very well with the detachable ceremonial items.
    One novel aspect of No.1 Dress when introduced was the rather different approach in the case of the Highland and
    Lowland uniforms which were both considerably more elaborate than the others in nature. These both later gave way to
    a single Scottish pattern in Archer green, also elaborate, having Inverness flaps and some Russia braid trimming which
    accords with its quite formal style.
    However, although there are now three shades of green in No.1 Dress (Rifle Green; Piper green for R. Irish; and Archer
    Green for Scots), all the other No.1 Dress jackets are dark blue and mostly plain, only a very few having a coloured
    collar and/or piping etc.
                                 Historical Background
                                             No.2,3,4,6,10 &11 Dress


No.2 Dress (Temperate parade uniform [Service Dress]): this is the descendant of the then very novel temperate
    khaki serge Service Dress uniform that was adopted in 1902 following experience in the Second Boer War. The
    soldiers’ version of the Service Dress tunic or "jacket" was very little changed until about 1960 when the material
    and the collar style were broadly aligned with the officer pattern in the new version. For officers there has hitherto
    been some variation in the exact shade and even the texture of the uniforms and the shirts and ties. The
    headdress is discussed under Forage Cap above.

No.3 Dress (Warm weather ceremonial uniform): this is the tropical version of No.1 Dress. The jacket is made of
    white cotton drill or similar but all the other items are as for No.1 Dress.

No.4 Dress (Warm weather Service Dress): this is the tropical version of officers’ No.2 Dress made in a light (stone)
    shade of khaki.

No.6 Dress (Warm weather parade uniform [Bush Jacket]): this is classed as a parade uniform and so is included in
    this list, the soldiers not having No.4 Dress. Although this is similar to the latter in colour, the jacket is a Bush
    Jacket, which is a cross between a bush shirt and a tropical service dress jacket in design and therefore informal
    in style. It is worn with matching long trousers.

No.10 Dress (Temperate mess dress): this developed from the officers’ Stable Jacket (of mounted regiments and
    corps) and the equivalent Shell Jacket (worn by officers of other units) that first emerged in the early 19th century
    as a form of working or fatigue dress. These short jackets (worn open over a waistcoat) became the normal form
    of Mess Dress around 150 years ago. The colouring and texture are closely related to Full Dress and in principle
    the nether wear should be the same in both uniforms.

No.11 Dress (Warm weather mess dress): this is the tropical equivalent of No.10 Dress, the jacket normally being
    made of white cotton drill or similar but the nether wear is generally of the same pattern as in No.10 Dress. With
    this a cummerbund is worn, for which established regimental colours have existed since Victorian times: these
    included red for those units that had no other special colour.
                                           Regimental Blazer


                        Description:
Cloth: 16/18oz Rifle Green Barathea (HE Box No: 9028
or Hainsworth 509 Rifle Green Barathea)
Style: Double breasted.
Front Buttons: 6x Black Rifles ball buttons size 30 Ligne;
two show three.
Lining: Black cotton back.
Real lapel: Button holes through on each side.
Cuffs Buttons: 4x Black flat Rifles buttons, through, size
30 Ligne. Do not use 18 Ligne Hat buttons.
Vents: 2 Side vents.
Pockets: 2 straight side jetted pockets, flaps optional.

Sources for Rifles blazers: Riflesdirect shop@riflesdirect.com
@£275.00 incl VAT & PP

Or RHQ (london@the-rifles.co.uk) can recommend approved
sources for bespoke, made to measure, ranging from £1,900 –
£2,200!!
                    Regimental Cummerbund




                                     Cummerbund




Officers and SNCOs: Warm weather mess dress (No11)
Cpls: Mess Kit (No10)

Dinner Jacket (Black Tie): Traditionally worn with Dinner Jacket

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Tie                        Blazer Badge



                           Cuff Links Barrel
Cummerbund
                           Cuff Links Knot



Silk Handkerchief          Watch Strap




                           Regtl Cane 27”
Croix de Guerre
                                      TRF




TRF:                                   Signage:
This TRF has been placed on the        The TRF is used as the basis of all
official Army TRF recognition list.    Rifles signage.
Currently not worn by The Rifles.      Above is a representation of what a
                                       Battalion sign outside a camp looks
                                       like.
                         General Staff Gorget Patches
                 Red & Gold Bullion Gorget Patch for Field Marshals & Generals
                      (Only the design of the Gorget button differs for FM)
                     Smaller version with Gold Cord for Shirt Sleeve Order


                            No 1 & No3 Dress: 4.5 ins
                            A: No 2 & No4 Dress: 3.5 ins
                            B: No 6, No 8 & No 9 Dress: 2 ins


Officers promoted from Rifle regiments to the General Staff have traditionally
and unofficially replaced the small gold buttons with small (18 ligne) black Rifle
regimental (Hat) buttons.


History: Cloth Gorget patches were first worn in 1887 with the Khaki Drill Uniform, by general officers
and certain staff officers in India. By 1913 Gorget Patches were being worn by all Staff Officers in
certain appointments, even down to subaltern level. From 1921 this proliferation of Gorget Patches was
contained, and restricted to Full Colonels and above only.

Source: Intramark Ltd Windsor Lodge, 56 Windsor Street, Burbage, Leicestershire, England. LE10 2EF
Tel: 01455 612400 Fax: 01455 612483 www.intramarkuk.com
                  General Staff Gorget Patches
            Gorget Patch with Scarlet Gimp, for Brigadiers and Full Colonels
               Smaller version with Scarlet Cord for Shirt Sleeve Order



               D: No1 & No 3 Dress: 4.5 ins
               E: No 2 & No 4 Dress: 3.5 ins
               F: No 6, No 8 & No 9 Dress: 2 ins

Officers promoted from Rifle regiments to the General Staff
have traditionally and unofficially replaced the small gold
buttons with small (18 ligne) black Rifle regimental (Hat)
buttons.



History: Cloth Gorget patches were first worn in 1887 with the Khaki Drill Uniform, by general officers
and certain staff officers in India. By 1913 Gorget Patches were being worn by all Staff Officers in
certain appointments, even down to subaltern level. From 1921 this proliferation of Gorget Patches
was contained, and restricted to Full Colonels and above only.

Source: Intramark Ltd Windsor Lodge, 56 Windsor Street, Burbage, Leicestershire, LE10 2EF
Tel: 01455 612400 Fax: 01455 612483 www.intramarkuk.com
             NATO STOCK NUMBERS
                                              (Major Items only)
Cap badge – Beret                                        8455-99-378-7176
Cap badge Ors – Forage Cap (slide fitting)               8455-99-387-2296
Forage Cap OR                                            8405-99-136-0356/66
Back badge Silver metal for Forage Cap                   8455-99-133-7981
Back badge embroidered (Officers Side Hat)               shop@riflesdirect.com
Collar badges (pair)                                     8455-99-378-7178
Buttons (small 18L) Hat                                  8455-99-378-7179
Buttons (30L)Flat                                        8455-99-378-7180
Buttons Ball (30L Officers & WO1s)                       8455-99-378-7181
Buttons screw-in for Officers No 1 Shoulder Boards       8455-99-378-7182
Whistle cords (Officers &WOs)                            8455-99-347-5354
Lanyard CSjts - LCpl                                     8455-99-975-7413
Shoulder Titles Metal (pair)                             8455-99-378-7177
Croix de Guerre (1914-1918 ribbon)                       8522-99-135-9344 & shop@riflesdirect.com
Rank Chevrons & Badges LCpl-RSM (Black with silver outline on Green) QMs
Rank Chevrons & Badges LCpl-RSM (Black on Green)         QMs
Qualification Badges various                             QMs
Cross Belt Officers                                      RHQ london@the-rifles.co.uk
Cross Belt WO issue                                      8440-99-666-8032/
Cross Belt CSjt & Sjt issue                              8440-99-666-8037/
Waist Belt Rfn issue                                     8440-99-666-8021/
Waist Belt Rfn Buckle with Badge                         8455-99-378-7186/
Sword Belts Officers & WOs                               8440-99-666-8025/
Sword Knot                                               8455-99-973-6670
Sword (Rifle Regt)                                       8465-99-973-6878 Pat No: 25402
Scabbard                                                 8465-99-973-6853 Pat No: 2917
Rank Slides Olive green (Rfn – Lt Col)                   shop@riflesdirect.co.uk
Officers Metal Ranks No1 & No2 Dress                     shop@riflesdirect.co.uk
Shoulder Boards Gimp for Officers No1 Dress              london@the-rifles.co.uk
Gloves Black OR                                          8415-99-679-8483/88
Gloves Black Leather unlined pop button                  8415-99-131-5755/ 5762 (Depending on size)

				
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