This is basically the m/08 Class A Service Greatcoat
with cold weather/winter accessories: The m/09 Ushanka, scarf and thicker gloves.
As there are cold days, and sometimes such days require a Class A
, one needs warm clothes for cold weather. As the coat is already warm by itself, you only need to cover the exposed bits: hands, head and neck. Thus thick sheepskin (natural normally, artificial for allergics) gloves, a thick woollen scarf in service arm color (natural normally, artificial for allergics) and an ushanka.
The ushanka was found to be the best winter cap, as it is warm in all conditions, and the flaps on the sides can be folded down to give warmth to the back of the head, ears, and chin. Insignia on the ushanka are the standard Class A dual cockades: the national Phoenix and the service arm pin.
Rank is indicated by the pins on the shoulder straps and on detachable cloth slides on the sleeves. Rank grade is indicated by the Phoenix and the collar tabs.