Cotton top, 2-3 layers of batting, cotton lining.
Vertical stitching is the most common and recognizable amongst all. Such a stitching helps to orient the fastening of arm-points along one axis, and it also simplifies the repair of damaged areas.
Built-in quilted belt makes it possible to better distribute the load on the lumbar and eliminates the need for a leather belt, which can rub in the most unexpected place or simply get lost.
Leg ties are tightly wrapped around the shin and allow any armor to be put on top of the shin, as well as to insert shosses into any kind of high-toed shoe.