This Ayai-gasa hat protects the wearer's eyes from glare and wind. The raised central cylinder is for accommodating a traditional top knotted hairstyle.
A cloth robe with an armguard on the left side to keep it away from the bow. It's lightweight and thus not particularly protective, but perfectly suited for archery.
Light leather gauntlets. Gathers up and holds back one's sleeves for easier bow handling, while protecting the archer's forearm as they grip the bow. The right hand is a softer leather glove that protects the fingers doing the drawing of the bowstring.
Lightweight pants that are also suitable for horseback riding. Archers typically also wear fur chaps called nmukabaki“ for added protection during long travel or hunting.
Woven straw sandals. Unlike sandals using thongs, waraji are secured by tying them around the wearer's ankles. Not particularly suited for battle, but their light weight and grippy soles assist in agility. In addition, waraji make it easy to balance on horseback.