Although it was worn by soldiers on both sides, the kepi was also popular with various state units and as privately purchased headgear. The average Confederate kepi usually was a simple gray or butternut cap made of wool or jean wool. To save leather for shoes and accouterments, by mid-war Confederate kepi brims often were made of tarred cloth and chinstraps were sometimes omitted. Made with wool, leather brim and chin strap. Available in sizes S-XL.
Union Officers were generally issued kepis for fatigue use. The kepi was also popular with various state units and as privately purchased headgear. Made with dark blue wool, leather brim and chin strap. Available in navy or grey. Sizes S-M-L-XL.
|Dimensions||11.0 × 8.5 × 5.5 in|
Dark blue, Grey
S, M, L, XL