Got these from a friend a few years ago. He had them made in late 80s or early 90s out of Mule Deer skins he had harvested. The outfit was assembled by a well known buckskin clothing maker, whose name I cannot recall. As can be seen, much of it is machine sewn, but out of sight. My friend had outgrown them and dang it, I have too, before even having a chance to wear them. Such is time, gravity and an increasingly sedentary lifestyle. Both pieces show use of filler hides, marks from tanning, and patched bullet holes! Nice rough shirttail and cuffs. Fringed. The shirt measures 20 1/2" arm pit to arm pit. Arm pit to cuffs measure 18 1/2". Shoulder seam to shoulder seam is 17 1/2". Neck to shirttail in middle is 30". The pants are 15" across laid flat and 18 1/2" across hips. Inseam is 32". Nice antler buttons. More photos available. Send me an email address, if interested. Asking $400 shipped for both. Willing to break up set for a little additional. Might consider partial trades for shooting accessories or even, shutter, modern guns.