Russian Sokol Space Suit. A complete suit with gloves, boots, and pressure hood type helmet. The coverlayer consists of white nylon with royal blue trim, dual zippers, pressure gauge, and wrist rings that secure the pressure gloves in place. This type of suit has been extensively used on Russian Soyuz flights starting around the 1970s and is still in use today. A mirror with wristband is placed on the right arm which allows the cosmonaut to monitor spacecraft functions with minimal head movement. The lower part of the torso has a lace-up string that is concealed with a protective cover. There are anodized aluminum umbilical lines for breathing air, coolant, and electrical feeds. Gloves are detachable.