SPANISH AMERICAN WAR UNIFORMS (SPAN AM WAR)
We at Ujna are dedicated to bringing you the best in uniforms at an affordable price. Based on this policy we are giving below the list of articles we make, along with accessorize and insignia from the Spanish American (Span Am war) war era. All uniforms are hand tailored at all the portions which are exposed and machine sewing is only used where the authenticity of the garment is not compromised, Span Am War Uniforms & Equipment.
M-1898 Officer’s Field Service wool blouse:
Spanish American (Span Am war) war FS wool blouse is constructed from Doeskin wool. The fabric is 98% wool with a 2% silk incipient and is of the best quality, which is also appropriate to the era. The wool is 16.5 oz . The lining on the blouse 100% cotton and is a shiny black colour. We have provided a left and right inside pocket and the sleeves are lined in the same fabric as the body. The Spanish American (Span Am war) war uniform blouse has a 5 button front and a rolling collar. The tunic does not come with any insignia but you can buy some at this page. We will affix the insignia to your uniform at no extra charge, Span Am War Uniforms & Equipment.
The Spanish American (Span Am war) war officer’s blouse comes in two patterns. Pattern one is with inset buttons and pattern two is with patch pockets. Please see pictures below to get a better idea. Please specify your pocket type along with order, Span Am War Uniforms & Equipment.
The Span-Am (Spanish American) blouse is US$ 164/pc, in any of the patterns on a door plus shipping, custom tailored basis. You can select your insignia on this page and we will affix at no extra cost. If you don’t see your insignia on this page, please send us a picture of what you need and we will make it for you.
The Regulation M-1898 Field blouse in Khaki for Officer’s for Span Am war:
This cotton blouse for the Officer’s from the Span Am war was worn as summer uniform all through the officer’s cadre. The trim is red for artillery, lemon yellow for Cavalry, sky blue for infantry and staff officer’s had dark blue trim. The cotton fabric used in this Span Am war uniform is 6.5 oz in weight and is prewashed and preshrunk. The blouse as worn by the infantry in Span Am war is available below, Span Am War Uniforms & Equipment.
The cotton tunic has a back pleat of 2 inches, a 3 pc body and is completely unlined. The standing collar is 1-3/4 inches and button down shoulder tabs. Upper pockets have a ¾” pleat. The pockets are located almost under the arm and have a configuration as per the pictures below, Span Am War Uniforms & Equipment.
The regulation M-1898 Field blouse in khaki for officer’s in the Span-Am war with brass buttons, minus insignia is US$ 134/pc including door delivery and custom tailoring. The insignia is not included, but you can buy it on this page and we will affix it for you at no extra charge, Span Am War Uniforms & Equipment.
Spanish American (Span-Am) war Officer’s/EM trousers:
The trousers, as worn by the foot soldiers in the Spanish American war are in cotton, in khaki color, and 6.5 oz weight. The trousers are in the design of the wool 1889 wool trousers. The span –am war era officer’s/em trousers are pictured below and prices for both the wool version and the cotton version are provided, Span Am War Uniforms & Equipment.
The Spanish American (Span-Am) war era trousers have side seam pockets with right side watch pocket- split back with belt and buckle for adjustment. Buttons for suspenders are provided in both cases as is a right rear hip inset pocket. Both the wool and cotton versions of the trousers come with buttons attached, Span Am War Uniforms & Equipment.
The Spanish American (Span-Am) officer and foot soldier trousers can have the colored stripe added as per there branch of service. This is affixed in the appropriate size and at no extra cost.
Spanish American (Span-Am) war trouser in wool 1889 pattern is available at US$ 83/pr including custom tailoring and door delivery. The Spanish American (Span-Am) war cotton trousers are available at US$ 74/pr including custom tailoring and door delivery.
Single front and Double (Split) front Suspenders/braces:
The single and double front suspenders/braces from the Spanish –American war era are made in heavy duty cotton tape. The Single Front Suspenders are adjustable with a prong buckle and they make a X on the back for more comfortable and stable fit. The Double (Split) front suspenders have a split front leather button tabs.
The single front suspenders are US$ 25 if ordered with a uniform or US$ 38 if ordered alone, Span Am War Uniforms & Equipment.
The Double (Split) Front suspenders are US$ 26 if ordered with a uniform or US$ 40 if ordered alone.
SHOES , BOOTS AND SPAN-AM WAR LEGGINGS:
We bring you premium footwear from the Span-Am war era made in naturally tanned cow hide. The tanning cycle for these leathers in 45 day and not the chrome tanned 15 day cured hide that most people pass on for natural tanned cow hide. All sizes and all wides are accepted as these boot are hand made by us and even the lasting is done manually. Top grain leather is used throughout the construction of our boots and are rough side out where required.
Civil war Brogan and Jefferson Botees are available in US$ 80 pair plus shipping for any size.
The Stovepipe/Common boots reaches the knee (almost) and is wide enough to allow trousers to be tucked within them. The boot is comfortable for walking as well as riding and has a steel shank. The leg height of the boot is 17” adjusted for the proportion of the size of the boot. The boot is lined with calfskin and has tabs on the outside top for pulling up the boots. The toe is a moderate square but does not have a toe cap. The heel is 1.25” and the top of the boot is 12-13” from the ground according to the size proportion. The leather is shiny black and with a smooth finish. Cost is US$ 155 in any size, including door delivery, Span Am War Uniforms & Equipment.
HEEL PLATES ATTACHED TO THE BOOTS AT NO EXTRA COST, BUT CLIENT NEEDS TO SPECIFY THIS IN THE ORDER.
SPAN-AM WAR COTTON CANVAS LEGGINGS:
Please see pictures of the leggings attached below. The M1885 legging is on the left of the picture and is short, extending only halfway between the ankle and the knee. Cost is US$ 47/pair plus shipping.
The M1889 legging is in the center of the picture and are 12” high, extending halfway between the ankle and the knee and cost is US$ 56/pair plus shipping.
The M1894 Brown tan leggings are taller (16″) and are on the right in the picture. They are US$ 65/pair plus shipping.
SPAN-AM war greatcoats/Overcoats:
The greatcoats for the Span-am war were mostly made in 21 ounce sky (teal) blue wool. We have copied this wool exactly and is used to make these greatcoats. If you will send us your button and insignia (or if you order these from us) we will attach them at no extra cost. Most of the greatcoat is hand stitched and the lining is in blue wool. The greatcoats have 2 inside pockets and the sleeves are lined in cotton twill. Branch of service colors for cape are:
Artillery – red
Hospital Steward – green
Ordnance – crimson
Cavalry – Yellow
Infantry – sky blue
Double breasted overcoat with cuff length cape which is not detachable. We attach chevrons and buttons if you supply them. Please specify branch of service while ordering the overcoat, Span-Am War Uniforms & Equipment. Cost of overcoat is US$ 245 including custom tailoring and door delivery. Delivery is in 2-4 weeks.
Double breasted overcoat with cuff length cape which is detachable. We attach chevrons and buttons if you supply them . Please specify branch of service while ordering the overcoat. Cost of overcoat is US$ 245 including custom tailoring and door delivery. Delivery is in 2-4 weeks.
Double breasted overcoat with cuff length cape which is detachable, made in darker blue wool fabric. We attach chevrons and buttons if you supply them . Please specify branch of service while ordering the overcoat. Cost of overcoat is US$ 245 including custom tailoring and door delivery. Delivery is in 2-4 weeks. Raw bottom skirt as per earlier overcoats.
Double breasted overcoat with cuff length cape which is detachable, made in darker medium blue wool fabric. We attach chevrons and buttons if you supply them . Please specify branch of service while ordering the overcoat. Cost of overcoat is US$ 245 including custom tailoring and door delivery. Delivery is in 2-4 weeks. Raw bottom skirt as per earlier overcoats. Orange yellow cap for cavalry is now in vogue.
Campaign Shirt (M1883 Dark Blue Army Issue shirt):
The US army dark blue issue campaign shirt is made as per army regulations prevalent at that time. The shirt has a neck button and also a button on each pocket. The Campaign shirt is made in dark blue wool flannel and has two placket buttons. The shirt has a stand and fall collar, sleeves and two pockets, Span Am War Uniforms & Equipment.
Campaign Shirt (M1883 Dark Blue Army Issue shirt) is available for US$ 74/pc including custom tailoring and door delivery.
Insignia, rank and hat badges:
All insignia, rank badges, and hat badges for the Span-Am war era are US$ 5.00/pc plus shipping, if ordered along with a uniform article. We do not ship and sell insignia, rank and hat badges for this era separately. You can also show your own insignia for the Span Am war era and I will make it for you specially, Span Am War Uniforms & Equipment.
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, 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, 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.
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. 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.
Motion Picture Props
EG FRAMES MILITARIA UK
Great War Militaria
What Price Glory
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)