- A hooded robe made of sarong-weight black fabric. Slit on the sides to waist level with waist-ties to fit, like Thai fisherman's pants. Ideally, it's have some sort of tie or fastener at the wrist, too. With the ties, it should work as both a sun shield and a lightweight bug screen, while the light material should allow sweat to be wicked away.
- Black polar fleece hakama, for cold nights at bardic.
- Arm-warmers, either wool or black polar fleece, with decorative touches on the back of the hand and along the length.
- A jacket of some kind of warm material (though maybe not *more* black polar fleece) with pleats along the length of the sleeves, with a sort of cape-let of sheer pleated dark material along the back, most likely with a hood.
- Wrap pants with nifty cuffs of some kind (i.e., find some nifty fabric to put on the bottom, or silk-screen something myself)
- Utility belt of doom; instead of carry a man-purse or using my kilt pockets on a normal belt, I am imagining a heavy belt (probably fabric, at least the first try) with alternating snap-on pouches and loops that carabiners and the like can clip onto. Good for any time I'm wearing a garment with no pockets, espcially for things like kscope where I want to keep a flashlight and bug repellant with me at all times.
I really need to get a small, durable sketchbook for my backpack kit.