Starting from the bottom, most ment during all three time periods wore something similar to the Buckler.  There was no left or right foot, and the buckle was more-or-less permanent - fairly uncomfortable.  Next were the clocked stockings - going well above the knee.  Moving up, the fur trader might have a large array of clothing options, that might include fall front breeches or fall front trousers (the French would have a different design altogether).  This would be followed by a workshirt (sometimes colored).


On the outer layer, a fur trader might wear a hunting frock and a tri-corn (or a Voyager's cap - French).  You would also find several kinds of sacks, bags and pouches (below are a belt bag, a hunting pouch and a haversack).