WWI (WWI, WORLD WAR ONE, GREAT WAR) AUSTRALIAN, ANZAC, NEW ZEALAND ARMY UNIFORMS & GEAR
Welcome to Ujna Universal’s page for the ww1, wwi, world war one, great war, Australian, ANZAC, New Zealand Army Uniforms & Gear. We have successfully replicated each article of the uniform and gear of the Australian ww1 (wwi, world war one) (AIF) army down to the smallest detail to bring your museum quality articles. This aspect of our business is still in it’s infancy, largely due to lack of demand for New Zealand army (NZEF) products and fewer re-enactors in the AIF era compared to others. We have, however, managed to replicate all the uniform and webbing articles on the ANZAC, AIF and NZEF armies and are working on most of the other equipments to round off the militaria requirements for reenactors, collectors and living history enthusiasts for this era. Our biggest success was in replicating exactly the 100% wool Bedford cord fabric for use in breeches or Jodhpurs. Here are some of our uniforms, webbing and gear for the Great War (ww1, wwi, world war one) Australian (AIF) army and ANZAC forces:
Our biggest success was in replicating exactly the 100% wool Bedford cord fabric for use in breeches or Jodhpurs. Here are some of our uniforms, webbing and gear for the Great War (ww1, wwi, world war one) Australian (AIF) army and ANZAC forces:
Great War ww1 (wwi, world war one) Australian (AIF) Tunic or jacket: This tunic is a 100% replication of the service dress tunic of the 1914 Australian pattern SD tunic and is available in 100% wool of the correct weight. The tunic comes with full belt with brass buckle and bakelite buttons. The ww1 AIF Australian blouse or tunic is made loose fitting to allow movement and air to circulate freely. There are 4 large pockets in the front of the tunic as well as an internal bandage pocket on the inside left front skirt. The rear of the tunic is heavily pleated with a double fold extending down the spine. An internal shell dressing pocket is provided. The tunic, including custom tailoring as per size chart, is US$ 110 plus shipping anywhere in the world, New Zealand Army Uniforms & Gear.
Great War ww1 (wwi, world war one) Australian (AIF) Breeches or Jodhpurs: We make these in two types. The first in the same fabric as the tunic and these are priced at US$ 74 plus shipping anywhere in the world, including custom tailoring. The second breeches or jodhpurs are made in 100% wool Bedford Cord and are priced at US$ 83 including custom tailoring and delivery charges. Both versions come in Mounted and Dismounted styles (please specify while ordering) with lace up calves and bakelite buttons. The Australian Infantry Breeches or Jodhpurs have six buttons around the waist to allow the braces to be attached, New Zealand Army Uniforms & Gear. There are two waist pockets and a small fob pocket on the ww1 Australian (AIF) breeches of both types. The mounted pattern Australian ww1 Great war breeches or Jodhpurs are longer, laced up at the bottom of the leg, have reinforced inner legs, a reinforced seat and pockets which are horizontal slash openings below the waist band. The pockets on the dismounted pattern AIF ww1 (wwI, world war one) Australian breeches are diagonal slash opening pockets, New Zealand Army Uniforms & Gear.
Great War ww1 (wwi, world war one) Australian (AIF) Puttees or Leg Wraps: 100% wool, woven type with cotton tapes. Price US$ 29 plus shipping anywhere in the world. Puttees are 9 feet in length, New Zealand Army Uniforms & Gear.
Great War ww1 (wwi, world war one) Australian (AIF) Gray Back (Greyback) shirt: Made in 100% wool raised over cotton flannel with 3 buttons and a cotton collar.
All sizes available. Price US$ 50 plus shipping anywhere in the world, New Zealand Army Uniforms & Gear.
Great War ww1 (wwi, world war one) Australian (AIF) Great coat or Overcoat: Great coat includes collar gatherer and is made in 25 ounce 100% wool. It has folded cuffs. Please use size chart while ordering. Greatcoats or overcoats are US$ 185 plus shipping anywhere in the world including custom tailoring.
BEST BUY: ONE SET OF AUSTRALIAN ARMY AIF GREAT WAR WW1 (WWI, WORLD WAR ONE) UNIFORM, CONSISTING OF 1 TUNIC, 1 BREECHES OR JODHPURS, 1 PUTTEES, AND 1 GREYBACK (grayback) SHIRT, INCLUDING CUSTOM TAILORING, DELIVERED ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD : US$ 210.
EVEN BETTER BUY: ONE SET OF AUSTRALIAN ARMY AIF GREAT WAR WW1 (WWI, WORLD WAR ONE) UNIFORM CONSISTING OF 1 TUNIC, 1 BREECHES OR JODHPURS (your choice of wool or Bedford cord),
1 PAIR PUTTEES, 2 GREYBACK (GRAY BACK) SHIRTS AND 1 GREAT COAT OR OVERCOAT : US$ 335
plus shipping ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD, INCLUDING CUSTOM TAILORING.
Great War ww1 (wwi, world war one) Australian (AIF) webbing gear: Our webbing is replicated from the yarn onwards. We do not dye webbing, we dye the yarn and then actually make the webbing from this yarn on web looms which were actually used to make webbing. The results are obvious. Every metal article has been carefully replicated by making a pressure die, not a casting die which is normally used. The basic set of equipment consisted of a 3 inch wide waist belt, with two angled 2 inch buckles at the rear. To these buckles the shoulder straps attach. These shoulder straps are 2 inches wide, and go over the shoulder and then buckle to the left and right hand ammo pouches, at the front of the belt. The left and right hand ammunition pouches consisted of five individual pockets, three underneath and two above, the shoulder strap is buckled to the top of the set and passed behind and underneath, there is a diagonal 1″ strap leading to the rear, this is to secure the lower portion of the pack. When the rifle ammo pouches are not worn, these shoulder straps can be attached to a pair of brace attachments, or simply looped about the belt. A haversack is supplied that can be worn in a variety of positions, and methods. In this example it is worn hanging below the waist belt, but it can be also worn in the middle of the back, the lower 1 inch buckles, fixed to two 1 inch diagonal straps coming from the ammo pouches or the ‘brace’ attachments. An entrenching tool carrier, and water bottle carrier are also worn at or below the waist. The entrenching tool is a two piece device and the handle of which is carried strapped to the bayonet scabbard, and attached to the bayonet frog. This piece is call the ‘helve carrier’ or ‘helve attachment’ and is probably one of the most difficult pieces to locate today. A large pack was also carried and this was almost universally carried only on the back. Two long 1 inch straps were required to be used when fitting the large pack, these are known as the valise straps. The mess tin was carried where convenient, usually in the haversack, New Zealand Army Uniforms & Gear.
1. Cross Straps -braces or shoulder straps : US$ 29/pc individually in size Medium, Large and Extra large. plus shipping.
2. Waist belt : US$ 30/pc individually in medium, large and extra large. plus shipping.
3. Left and Right ammo (ammunition) pouches (pre 1916 pattern) : US$ 80 plus shipping anywhere in the world.
4. Bayonet Frog and Entrenching Tool Helve Carrier (Holder) : US$ 35 plus shipping anywhere in the world.
5. Entrenching Tool (Etool) Carrier : US$ 30 /pc plus shipping anywhere in the world.
6. Water Bottle carrier : US$ 30/pc plus shipping anywhere in the world.
7. Small Pack: US$ 25/pc plus shipping anywhere in the world.
8. Entrenching tool and helve handle) : US$ 20 plus shipping anywhere in the world. Not included in best buy scheme and must be purchased separately.
BEST BUY: Entire P’08 (P08, P-08) webbing set available at US$ 143, excluding Entrenching tool and helve, plus shipping anywhere in the world.
Great War ww1 (wwi, world war one) Australian (AIF) 1916 Boot: Made in 100% plain cow leather with plain toe. The boots come with leather laces, heel plates and hob nails. Price is US$ 74/pair plus shipping anywhere in the world. Sizes 7-13 US available. Please contact for half sizes and wider width requests. – ww1, wwi, world war one, great war, Australian, ANZAC, New Zealand Army uniforms & gear
Great War ww1 (wwi, world war one) Australian (AIF) officers riding breeches: These ww1 officers riding breeches are similar to those worn by the Australian Light Horse and are tailored in top quality khaki Bedford cord. They have a button fly and a peak back with an adjustable strap and buckle detail. The inside leg is reinforced and the lower leg has eyelet and lace fastening. They are priced at US$ 83 including custom tailoring and delivery charges – ww1, wwi, world war one, great war, Australian, ANZAC, New Zealand Army Uniforms & Gear.
Great War ww1 (wwi, world war one) Australian (AIF) color patches: US$ 6.00 plus shipping. Please submit your own for a custom replication.
Coming soon : Slouch hat, .455 Webley Enlisted holster and ammo pouch, 1903 Bandoleer equipment set, D-shaped mess tin, and pistol rig. We are also working on a range of embroidered badges, patches and insignia of the Australian ww1 wwi (world war one) AIF forces. We custom embroider badges, patches and insignia so please e-mail your requirements.
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IF YOU CAN’T FIND YOUR ARTICLE HERE, WRITE TO ME. WE WILL BE HAPPY TO MAKE IT FOR YOU IF YOU CAN PROVIDE A SAMPLE. THIS IS SPECIALLY TRUE OF METAL BADGES , INSIGNIA AND BUTTONS. WHILE ORDERING BRASS OR METAL BADGES, INSIGNIA OR BUTTONS – PLEASE REMEMBER THAT THESE ARE MADE ON EXPENSIVE PRESSURE DIES. PLEASE DON’T ASK ME TO MAKE ONE PIECE 🙂 .
WE ARE EXPERTS AT LEATHER ARTICLES SO PLEASE SEND IN YOUR LEATHER ARTICLES FOR REPLICATION – IF YOU SEND ME A PIECE OF GEAR OR ARTICLE WE HAVEN’T ALREADY MADE, WE WILL BE HAPPY TO DO A REPLICATION FOR YOUR PERSONAL USE – FREE OF CHARGE, AS LONG AS WE ARE ALLOWED TO MAKE PATTERNS AND MAKE IT AVAILABLE TO OTHER REENACTORS.
Our wwI (ww1, world war one) uniforms, equipment, gear, P’08 Webbing, shoes and boots, caps, badges, patches, insignia, chevrons etc have been replicated to exact specifications prevalent during the great war and are a favourite among re-enactors. Although our Great War uniforms and equipment are museum quality replications we have priced them for use by living history groups, re-enactors and collectors. The following Great war (ww1, wwI, world war one) army, reenaction and living history units use our uniforms and gear, and we have regularly supplied the following militaria dealers with our Great war (ww1, wwI, world war one) uniforms, equipment, P’08 Webbing, shoes & boots, peak & side caps, badges, patches, insignia chevrons etc:
Re-enactors will find our prices at least 25% lower than any other militaria dealer anywhere in the world and our prices include custom tailoring! That means you will get comfortable and proper fitting uniforms every time. We do not charge extra for uniforms for re-enactors who are broad built or tall, WW1 British Uniform.
As a re-enactor, hobbyist, living history enthusiast or a collector, if you cannot find your British Great war (ww1, wwI, world war one) article on this page, please send us your sample and we will replicate it for you down to the smallest detail. We also manufacture British Army Highland regiments kilts and other equipment like sporrans, sashes, banners, flags, hose, doublets, belts, insignia, badges, buckles etc. For Kilts you will need to send us the fabric but all other articles are manufactured in house, WW1 British Uniform. Please see our section on Scottish, Highland and Pipe Band uniforms, doublets and accoutrements.
We also supply Great War (world war one, ww1, wwI) British uniforms, costumes, gear and props for theatre, film, movies, plays, documentary films, ballets, stage productions and museum’s living history reenactions. Please see our page dedicated to this for more details, our list of clients, and custom designing of uniforms, costumes, props and gear for theatre, film, movies, plays, documentary films, ballets, stage productions and museum living history reenaction, WW1 British Uniform.
Motion Picture Props
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We thank the following museums for their advice and help with military history and in recreating various articles on the page: The Western Front Museum The Royal Regiment of Wales Museum And the last, but by no means the least, I would like to thank Mr.Ron Turfitt of USA, member of the Geat War Association for initially providing samples, guidance, constructive criticism, introduction to members of the Great War Society of reenactors, and motivation to develop an entire range of uniforms , gear and equipment which can be used by reenactors the world over, WW1 British Uniform. You can find uniforms, equipment, gear and accoutrments of the following British army units at other places on this website. Please note – a major revamp of the website is taking place and if you can’t find the unit mentioned below – please write me an e-mail.
- Life Guards
- Blues and Royals
- Royal Horse Artillery
- 1st The Queens Dragoon Guards
- The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards
- 4th/7th Royal Dragoon Guards
- 5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards
- The Queen’s Own Hussars
- The Queen’s Royal Irish Hussars
- 9th/12th Royal Lancers
- The Royal Hussars
- 13th/18th Royal Hussars
- 14th/20th King’s Hussars
- 15th/19th The King’s Royal Hussars
- 16th/5th The Queen’s Royal Lancers
- 17th/21st Lancers
- Royal Tank Regiment
- Royal Armoured Corps
- The Royal Dragoon Guards
- The Queens Royal Hussars
- The Kings Royal Hussars
- The Queens Royal Lancers
- Royal Regiment of Artillery
- Corps of Royal Engineers
- Royal Corps of Signals
- The Special Air Service Regiment
- The Army Air Corps
- Royal Army Chaplains Department
- Royal Corps of Transport
- Royal Army Medical Corps
- Royal Army Ordnance Corps
- Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
- Royal Military Police
- Royal Army Pay Corps
- Royal Army Veterinary Corps
- Small Arms School Corps
- Military Provost Staff Corps
- Royal Army Education Corps
- Royal Army Dental Corps
- Intelligence Corps
- Army Physical Training Corps
- Army Catering Corps
- Army Legal Corps
- New Zealand Army Uniforms & Gear
- Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps
- Women’s Royal Army Corps
- Royal Logistic Corps
- Adjutant General’s Corps
- Royal Marines
- Royal Air Force
- Grenadier Guards
- Coldstream Guards
- Scots Guards
- Irish Guards
- Welsh Guards
- The Royal Scots
- The Royal Highland Fusiliers
- The King’s Own Scottish Borderers
- The Black Watch
- The Queen’s Own Highlanders
- The Gordon Highlanders
- The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders
- The Queen’s Regiment
- The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers
- The Royal Anglian Regiment
- The King’s Own Royal Border Regiment
- The King’s Regiment
- The Prince of Wales’s Own Regiment of Yorkshire
- The Green Howards
- The Royal Irish Rangers
- The Queen’s Lancashire Regiment
- The Duke of Wellington’s Regiment
- The Devonshire and Dorset Regiment
- The Cheshire Regiment
- The Royal Welch Fusiliers
- The Royal Regiment of Wales
- The Gloucestershire Regiment
- The Worcestershire and Sherwood Foresters Regiment
- The Royal Hampshire Regiment
- The Staffordshire Regiment
- The Duke of Edinburgh’s Royal Regiment
- The Light Infantry
- The Royal Green Jackets
- The Parachute Regiment
- Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment
- The Royal Irish Regiment
- Royal Gloucestershire Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment
- The Highlanders
- The Royal Gurkha Rifles
The Royal Dragoon Guards The Queens Royal Hussars The Kings Royal Hussars The Queens Royal Lancers Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment The Royal Irish Regiment Royal Gloucestershire Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment The Highlanders The Royal Gurkha Rifles Royal Logistic Corps Adjutant General’s Corps
We would like to thank members of the following units for their patronage:
Irish Guards (USA)