The infamous 'Iceman' was said to be carrying a woven grass cloak. He's dated around 3300 b.c. by most accounts, and that's a pretty sophisticated cloak. Honestly, it would seem to me that the cloak would have been invented when a cave man was cold and draped an animal skin around him.
I'm sure you also know that the shield is an unused native one
Its a filler. There's going to be a lot of whicker and Hide shields.
About the use of metals. The earliest known use of metals to my knowledge is 5500 b.c., in a copper headed axe found in Serbia. There's some evidence to suggest they may have been used prior to this. I'm thinking Copper weapons will appear in the game, as the highest tier of weaponry, and non-existent in most places.
About the woad
That's kinda nit-picky. Cultural trends are hard to track when we barely have any evidence that these cultures existed. In this world, there is Woad, and these guys do paint themselves with it.
On your items list:
My weapon list is actually shaping up pretty similar.
I'm actually doing alot of research into Maori, Samoan, Native American, African, and Aztec traditional weaponry, and coming up with some interesting stuff.
The Men of the Mountains always wear shoes, because its @#$ing cold where they live. Mountain Men who don't wear shoes don't have feet.
Everything I can find claims that leather was invented during the Paleolithic, so it'll be a mix of Furs and Leathers for clothing. Some factions just won't wear any.
Thanks for your interest, I've got it under control though.
@Gothic Knight: I've been reading alot about a temple area in southeastern Turkey at Göbekli Tepe dated to 10,000 BC. Apparently there were no permanent homes in the area, but it does mean that people were coming together at this time in at least one way. According to a few more sites, the first permanent town is called Jericho, in Levant, around 9600 B.C. And I've often read that agriculture-based societies cropped up in Europe around 7000 B.C., which requires permanent settlement.