Skip to product information
1 of 16

Beauregard's Tailor

"Appler" Trousers - Vicksburg Campaign 1863

"Appler" Trousers - Vicksburg Campaign 1863

Regular price $205.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $205.00 USD
Sale Sold out
Shipping calculated at checkout.

The trousers are based on a surviving pair of trousers worn by John Thomas Appler, Company H, 1st Missouri Infantry, in Mississippi, May 1863. These represent an excellent example of the trousers issued to the Missourians of the Army of Mississippi  during the battle surrounding Vicksburg and the associated siege. 

The trousers are made from jean and lined in cotton osnaburg. The garments is complimented with mule-ear pockets, watch pocket, adjustable belt, and back darts (similar to the Columbus Depot Trousers). Interesting features include top stitching down the side seam along the outside edge of the pocket and unusual mule-ear pocket shape. 



  • Custom Sizing

If you select "Custom" sizing, we will contact you via the email you use at checkout to get your measurements.

  • Historic Fit

The trouser sizes noted represent the natural waist measurement of the individual. Please beware these are not modern sizes and failure to utilize true natural waist measurements will result in ill fitting trousers. The tailoring fit and shapes are accurate to the historic garment, which are often different than equivalent modern clothing.

  • Production Time

All historic garments have a production time of six to eight months (25-32 weeks).

View full details