Re: Traditional Uniforms
Eric Kozowski (email@example.com)
Tue, 25 Mar 1997 18:01:57 -0800 (PST)
>...our ship can outfit a youth with full work uniform for
>A work uniform consisting of:
>A Navy style blue ball cap
>Black web belts w/Brass buckle
>So there you have it... minus the cover, you are looking at about
>$12-15/kid for uniforms... add the cover and you are at about $20-24.
Just as a followup, we can outfit a youth with the above uniform, _NEW_
GI issue (except ball cap), for less than $40. The ball caps we have
made locally and are a wool blend and have the unit name and number
embroidered on the front.
As Eric Rimkus indicated, you can, with a little bit of work, outfit a
youth in a work uniform for near $20 (really more like $25). The ball cap
is the most expensive piece at just under $15 each in quantities of 1
Insignia for the dress blue uniform has been a problem in the past, too.
We have had top quailty, both material and embroidery, insignia made, but
it is a significant investment. We help offset some of the cost by selling
insignia to other units.
Aquiring dress blues can be a bit of a problem, but Ships Stores is
reasonable and thrift stores will sometimes have them cheap. The key here
is to build a Ship uniform locker.
Skipper, SSS601 "City of Roses"
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