In Live and Let Die‘s climax, Roger Moore channels Steve McQueen in Bullitt with his black polo neck—also known as a turtleneck—and shoulder holster. We typically don’t see Bond’s shoulder holster since it’s hidden under his suit, and when he’s not wearing a jacket he typically doesn’t wear a shoulder holster. But here it’s a larger holster than usual to hold a larger gun.
The polo neck and trousers are black, which isn’t the best type of camouflage for night in the jungle. The polo neck is a lightweight knit jumper, likely in a blend of cashmere and silk, with a polo neck collar and long ribbed cuffs for greater ease in rolling up. The trousers are Moore’s typical flared trousers, and he wears them with a wide, Western-style embossed black belt with a large brass centre-bar buckle.
The shoes are black suede oxford trainers with tan rubber soles and black edging. He wears them with very thin black socks.