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Members of the USS Cerritos crew in standard uniform

By 2380, a new Starfleet uniform was introduced. For some time, it was used alongside its 2370s incarnation; the newer uniform was used on California- and Parliament-class starships, starbases, and planetary facilities, while the previous uniform continued to be used on ships such as the USS Titan into 2380. (LD: "Second Contact", "No Small Parts", et al.)

Approximately two years later, a newer uniform entered service. (PIC: "The End is the Beginning", "Nepenthe")

Standard duty uniform

The standard duty uniform was a double-breasted design that retained the color scheme and rank insignia previously established during the 2350s, with the addition of a white accent between the neck area and the division coloring. Rank insignia were worn on the right side of the collar, while a combadge was worn over the left breast. The combadge lacked the gold oblong backing present in its previous design, and only featured the Starfleet delta; a badge design not seen since the 2260s. (LD: "Second Contact", et al.)

By 2382, this type of combadge had apparently been discontinued in favor of the previous style. (PIC: "Maps and Legends", "The End is the Beginning", "Nepenthe")

Boots

Some of the boots worn by Starfleet officers

The standard boots worn by Starfleet officers were predominantly black, with division coloring on the top edges and soles. Their undersides featured the Starfleet delta with a "shooting star" pattern beneath it. Medical-oriented sciences division officers wore similarly-styled white boots with blue division coloring, while other science officers wore the standard black boots. (LD: "Second Contact", et al.) (citation needededit)

Undergarments

During a second contact mission on the capital planet of the Galar system, Ensigns Beckett Mariner and Brad Boimler stripped down to their underwear as part of Mariner's plan to trap a spider cow. (LD: "Second Contact")

Additionally, undershirts were often worn beneath the uniform jacket. These shirts came in t-shirt and tank top styles, and ranged in color from white to khaki. (LD: "Second Contact", "Envoys", "Terminal Provocations", "Much Ado About Boimler", "No Small Parts")

Officers also wore standard-issue socks that were predominantly white, with taupe-colored toes and heels. (LD: "No Small Parts")

Flag officer uniform

An admiral in 2380

The flag officer's uniform was very similar to the standard uniform, with gold, epaulet-like patches on the shoulders, and yellow-gold accents between the neck area and command division coloring. Unlike the previous few styles, rank insignia were only worn on one side of the collar; specifically, the right. (LD: "Second Contact", "Temporal Edict", "Moist Vessel", "Crisis Point")

Dress uniform

Ensign Boimler wearing a command division dress uniform

The dress uniforms of this era were very similar to the ones worn from 2370 to 2374, with the addition of a white accent between the neck area and division coloring, which mirrored the design of the standard duty uniform. (LD: "Envoys")

Medical attire

Lab coat

Dr. T'Ana in her lab coat

Certain officers in the medical division, such as the chief medical officer, wore lab coats over their sciences division uniforms. (LD: "Second Contact", et al.)

Sickbay patient gown

Ensign Mariner in a sickbay patient gown

When Ensign Mariner was taken to sickbay to be treated for a stab wound following a mission to Gelrak V, she wore a white patient gown. (LD: "Temporal Edict")

Covert ops attire

Shaxs, Carol Freeman, and Jack Ransom in covert ops attire

During this era, Starfleet officers taking part in certain covert missions wore a black, tight-fitting, jumpsuit-style uniform with a hood. This type of uniform lacked an insignia or any kind of outwardly identifying marks, similar to the ones worn in the 2360s. Single-sleeved and sleeveless variants of this attire also existed, which could be worn with a tactical vest over them. (LD: "Much Ado About Boimler", "Veritas")

Division 14 uniform

The crew of the Division 14 ship Osler

Members of Division 14 wore special uniforms that were similar to the standard duty uniforms, except that they were gray in color, lacked a double-breasted design, and displayed no visible rank insignia. Additionally, a black capelet was worn as part of the uniform, which either had the Starfleet delta emblazoned on it, or was used to hold the wearer's combadge. A black face covering resembling a surgical mask could also be worn with the uniform. Like many other Starfleet uniforms, the Division 14 uniform could also be tailored to accommodate members of certain non-humanoid species, such as Edosians. (LD: "Much Ado About Boimler")

Bog condition waders

Captain Amina Ramsey, three of her crew members, and Mariner putting on bog condition waders

For missions on bog planets, olive-green waders could could be worn with a belt over the standard uniform, to keep it from getting wet. The wearer's combadge was affixed to the outside of the waders. (LD: "Much Ado About Boimler")

Other variants

Ensign Peanut Hamper with a sciences division standard duty uniform variant painted on her body

Ensign Peanut Hamper, an exocomp, had the white accent and appropriate division coloring painted on her body, including her "shoes". Her variant included the appropriate rank insignia and either a Starfleet insignia or combadge, but lacked the double-breasted design and black "shoulders". (LD: "No Small Parts")

Rank insignia

Ensign pip
Ensign
Lieutenant junior grade pips
Lieutenant junior grade
Lieutenant pips
Lieutenant
Lieutenant commander pips
Lieutenant commander
Commander pips
Commander
Captain pips
Captain
Admiral pips
Admiral

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