Women and children usually wore full length caribou skin pants with attached stockings. Men wore knee-length britches that ended near the top of their boots.
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"His legs were enclosed within a double pair of trousers (…) The underpants are of muskrat fur, with the hair next to the skin, as with the shirt; the overpants are of caribou, with the hair out. This garment (…) is fastened around the waist by a tape running through them. It reaches to just above the knees, where it is fringed with wolverine, like the smock." "(women's pants) are an integral part of the footgear and are made of varicolored strips of hide." (Émile Petitot, quoted in Savoie, 1971: 172)