Star Trek: Enterprise Jumpsuit Analysis/Tutorial

Welcome to the Bad Wolf Costumes analysis of the Star Trek: Enterprise-era Starfleet jumpsuit and its corresponding sewing tutorial!

We primarily researched and analyzed the ENT jumpsuit for our men's sewing pattern, which is available for purchase from our Etsy shop, web site, and eBay store (see right), but we're happy to share our research and findings with you here, as well as the free sewing tutorial intended to accompany our pattern.

This costume analysis is fairly comprehensive and therefore something of a lengthy read, but please don't be intimidated! We've broken the ENT jumpsuit down by garment aspect/component and it's easy to just read a section or two at a time (especially on a blog!).

A free downloadable PDF version of the unabridged analysis is available here for viewing/download, as is an abridged analysis with the corresponding sewing tutorial. 

Lastly, we'd like to extend a special thank-you to Andrew Buse for all his research into the ENT jumpsuits and experimentation constructing them, and, of course, for publicly sharing his findings and progress over the years. We owe him a debt of gratitude for creating an accessible resource and for getting us excited about making this uniform in the first place! 

Furthermore, we would like to thank both "Lynsioux" and Gerald Gurian (of the Star Trek Props, Costumes, and Auctions Authority) for photographing their screen-used Enterprise jumpsuits in detail and allowing us to use some of their photos for this uniform analysis. 

We'd also like to thank Michael Cowart (as always), the Starfleet 1701st for being a wealth of information and its board members for contributing, and TrekCore for its library of Enterprise publicity photos, behind-the-scenes photos, etc.

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