Fatigue Caps, Further caps and winter caps
19th Century Fatigue Caps:
Independence War era: 11th Line Infantry Regiment 1814 (Regimiento 11 de Infanteria General las Heras), Reproduction of the uniform and equipment.
Argentine Confederation era: Type "Miter" cap, :Gorro de manga and wheel forage cap "Gorra pastel"
Happy tank crew in a comical pose in the early 1950s. Observe the fatigue cap which came in a light brown. The shirts are sand colored and the pants are brown.
This is the olive green winter fur hat made in Argentina in the 1970s. It is a sort of baseball cap with ear covers which became famous during the Malvinas War. The design allowed it to be used with the steel helmet in cold areas.
Argentine version of the hot weather cap in olive green. This cap was called a "casquete" from the French word "casquette". The hat to the left was called the "casquete cerrado (closed)".
Clothing in Antarctica
Antarctic Polar Gloves.
Winter Antarctic Further Cap.
Armoured self-propelled artillery.
Green beret with a shield from the Special Forces