G. L. Cassaday – Glengarry Cap

Standard issue Glengarry cap with buckle badge issued to G. L. Cassaday.  Buckle badge has red cloth insert behind the badge and is set on a black cloth square patch.

G. L. Cassaday – Balmoral Cap

Interwar Balmoral cap (made by Wm. Anderson and Sons Edinburgh and Glasgow) with name written inside of cap “Lieut G L Cassaday”. Buckle Badge contains a red cloth background patch and sits on a 2″ x 2″ official Davidson tartan.

CADPAT Combat Shirt – New Canadian pattern, 2016

Combat shirt with new CADPAT (Canadian Disruptive Pattern) design issued in 2016  for use in Canada and other temperate zones. Coated with permethrin arthropod repellent. Canadian Disruptive Pattern (CADPAT; French: dessin de camouflage canadien, DcamC) is the computer-generated digital camouflage pattern developed for use by the Canadian Armed Forces. Four operational variations of CADPAT have […]

CADPAT combat pants – New design 2016

Combat pants CADPAT (Canadian Disruptive Design) issued in 2016 with new design for temperate zones. Coated with permethrin arthropod repellent. Canadian Disruptive Pattern (CADPAT; French: dessin de camouflage canadien, DcamC) is the computer-generated digital camouflage pattern developed for use by the Canadian Armed Forces. Four operational variations of CADPAT have been used by the Canadian […]

CADPAT Small Pack – New design 2016

Small Pack CADPAT (Canadian Disruptive Pattern) issued in 2016 with new pattern, for temperate zones. Coated with permethrin arthropod repellent. Canadian Disruptive Pattern (CADPAT; French: dessin de camouflage canadien, DcamC) is the computer-generated digital camouflage pattern developed for use by the Canadian Armed Forces. Four operational variations of CADPAT have been used by the Canadian […]

134th Battalion Tunic

The 134th (48th Highlanders) Battalion, CEF was a unit in the Canadian Expeditionary Force during the Great War. Based in Toronto, Ontario, the 48th Highlanders began recruiting a third battalion, the 134th Battalion, in late 1915 in that city. The battalion was designated to be a combat battalion for a 5th Canadian Division which was […]

Dayfield Body Shield

The Dayfield Body Shield was manufactured during WWI for purchase, marketed at families of soldiers fighting on the front line, rather than for issue by the British Army to soldiers. It consists of steel plates on the front and back, and was worn under the coat to protect the wearer from bullets. Such shields were issued to […]

48th Glengarry

This glengarry has the 48th Highlander cap badge and was worn by the 15th Battalion (48th Highlanders) the first of three battalions of 48th raised by the 48th Highlanders. The Glengarry bonnet is a traditional Scots cap made of thick-milled woollen material, decorated with a toorie on top, frequently a rosette cockade on the left […]

92nd Battalion Glengarry

This glengarry has the 92nd Highlander cap badge. The 92nd Battalion was the second of three battalions raised by the 48th Highlanders. The 92nd was designated as a reinforcement battalion. The Glengarry bonnet is a traditional Scots cap made of thick-milled woollen material, decorated with a toorie on top, frequently a rosette cockade on the […]

134th Battalion Glengarry

This glengarry has the 134th Highlander cap badge. The 134th Battalion was the third 48th Highlander Battalion raised. The Glengarry bonnet is a traditional Scots cap made of thick-milled woollen material, decorated with a toorie on top, frequently a rosette cockade on the left side, and ribbons hanging behind. It is normally worn as part […]