© Canadian Museum of Civilization, VI-I- 28, Photo Marie-Louise Deruaz, IMG2012-0171-0004-Dm
The hood is made from the head skin of a young caribou, complete with antler buds and ears. The trousers are held up by suspenders of smoked, dehaired skin drawn through a piece of skin attached at the front. For warmth and comfort, the feet are made with the fur inside. Judging by the number of patches on the knees and ankles, and the worn soles, this suit saw considerable wear.