The Ninth Kentucky Cavalry served in the Western Theater. Here uniforms were plain, no yellow
The basic four button sack was used in every theater and every time period during the
Civil War.The lined version is a bit more expensive,but more correct.
The UNTRIMMED shell or roundabout is a good choice, Some prefer the look to a sack coat.
Both mounted and unmounted were produced. NO yellow trim.
This is the classic one piece front 1860's cavalry boot.
An often overlooked option is the Brogan. The advantages are they are very authentic, cheaper
than boots and usually more comfortable. The dis advantage is that your shin is unprotected from the horse next to you .