Voznesenskii provided the following description of this kamleika: “The kamleika is very thin made from the intestines of the American black bear. Kamleikas of this kind are sewn only for those of high station. It is distinguished from other ordinary kamleikas by its exceptional lightness and by the fact that when traveling one could fold it up into the pocket of one’s overcoat. In inclement weather a kamleika is worn over ones’ clothing and hat, tied tightly under the chin and at the wrists, and belted at the waist with a leather strap. This is done when a hunter or traveler is traveling by kayak on the ocean.” (PFA RAN. F. 142. Op. 1 before 1918. No. 9. p. 59).