Leather is a better protection than moleskin against thorns; but not so serviceable against wet: it will far outlast moleskin.
"We has a bolt o' moleskin and a bolt o' kersey cloth," said Mrs. Twig.
A moleskin vest constitutes a graduation in woodcraft so to speak.
I've got the last suit of moleskin I ever worked in laid away.
Leggings of moleskin (or some other strong, pliable cloth) large enough to push the foot through protect the legs.
Once or twice she has made a moleskin waistcoat for a gentleman.
Swampy camped down the river, and Brummy supplied him with a cheap pair of moleskin trousers, tucker and tobacco.
Mrs. moleskin (coming out and addressing her son from landing).
He was dressed in the usual costume-cotton shirt, moleskin trousers, faded hat and waistcoat, and blucher boots.
"You'm cold," said Bob, after a moment's silence, reaching into a locker under his seat and bringing out a moleskin adicky.