Traditional clothing worn by the inhabitants in Moravian villages has been the matter of ethnologists´ interest for more than one hundred years. In expert literature, one can find descriptions of techniques related to spinning, weaving, knitting, fulling, and other textile techniques. The ways of extracting and processing the natural raw materials used for making the traditional textile materials, i.e. those made from flax, hemp, cotton, silk and wool yarns, have been documented. It was not only ethnologists but also historians and regional researchers, who - in their essays and monographs - paid attention to the historical background of textile production and its legal and social framework. Available are quite many reports on textile production as well as descriptions of garments worn by the village inhabitants in Moravia. Therefore, it should not be difficult to summarize the fabrics used for making the folk clothes in Moravia within the period from the late-19th century until the end of the first half of the 20th century. The submitted text constitutes an overview just – for the time being – of wool fabrics documented in the literature in connection with the men’s folk garments from Moravia between 1850 and 1950. The listing is accompanied by the characteristics of fabrics; it has been compiled by means of the encyclopaedic handbooks and ethnographic texts of the time as well as the modern ones. The listing shall be completed by photo documentation presenting the concrete fabrics along with the constructive and technological analysis thereof. Such documentation could help the researchers identify the textile fabrics, especially in case of museum exhibits.