If I thought I had made enough ranger and hunter outfits already, the Isengard gear opened up an whole new array of choices. Especially the many different boots with folded tops are truly a ranger’s paradise. For a long while we didn’t have anything beyond the typical Barrow-scout’s Boots, now we seem to have too many choices. Even the design of pants has changed for the better. So far I have picked up 6 different kind of pants during the quests, all slightly different but looking good. I chose this pair with the broad belt for this outfit.
As you may know the Hood of Night can now be dyed which makes it usable in all kinds of ranger outfits. I started out using an old crafted leather top, but you can insert any kind of top here. I just thought it made a nice match with the soft colour on the boots. (Of note: the boots have a very different design on females).
Chest: Sturdy Leather Armour, olive dye (crafted, medium)
Head: Hood of Night, olive dye (Halls of Night barter reward, cosmetic)
Shoulders: Leather Shoulder Guards of the Leaping Stag, olive dye (Dunland quest reward, medium)
Hands: Leather Gauntlets of the Leaping Stag, olive dye (Dunland quest reward, medium)
Legs: Scarred Leg-guards of the Pren Gwydh Warrior, olive dye (Dunland quest reward, heavy)
Feet: Disused Shoes of the Dunland Soothsayer, olive dye (Dunland quest reward, light)
Back: Plain Cloak, olive dye (any outfitter, cosmetic)