Small robe made out of a single caribou hide with filler pieces added at the neck. This is described in the Smithsonian Institution's catalogue as a 'boy's robe'. There are hide ties near the shoulders and the bottom of the robe. One side of the garment has a thin strip of red wool cloth stitched down the centre from neck to hem and along all the outside edges. On this side and down the centre red line are eight evenly spaced sets of decorative tags. The tags are made up of two strips of hide, each strung with 3 or 4 coloured beads and with red wool tassels at the ends. Most of the beads are cylindrical shaped. On each side of the centre red line are 3 sets of tags, spaced midway between the centre line and the outside edge.