Suitable for French armies covering the period circa 1806 through to 1813 (the 1812 uniform was far from universally available), we offer three modes for your consideration: gaiters, long overall trousers, or campaign-weary with holes, patches, and non-regulation equipment.
In our own battles we often use these looks to differentiate between recruits, veterans and battle-weary units, or as a simple visual marker to highlight one brigade from the next, but the more creative among us mix and match figures within the units to get a truly bespoke effect.
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