Soviet officer's field boots #789.99 EUR RELEASED TODAY. Soviet officer's field boots, a nice pair of traditional military / old time footwear. Made thick and strong leather with nailed-on sole & leather tap sole, with leather heels. One-off pair! Russian leather boots are usually made of very strong materials, with a traditional look to them.
Soviet parade boots #299.99 EUR RELEASED TODAY. Soviet parade boots, a nice pair of traditional military / old time footwear. These are more neat in appearance than field boots but still hold up well in use, no cheapo shit here. One-off piece!
Soviet RPG-7 backpack, surplus27.99 EUR RELEASED TODAY. A backpack for RPG grenades. This is the gunner's pack with capacity for two grenades and two boosters. In very nice shape! One-off lot!
Swedish two-man saw, surplus14.99 EUR Published 2018-10-15. If you're after quality, here's some. A real deal two-man saw as clearance equipment, a true classic from the ridiculously work-filled good old days. One-off lot!
Mil-Tec Boot Spikes Overshoe7.99 EUR Published 2018-10-15. Slipping on ice puts people in the hospital or an early grave every year. Here's an affordable option you can put on to get a grip when necessary and remove when you want to. Good, affordable solution for casual outdoor use to bring some extra grip on steep surfaces.
Haix Boot Desert Combat High Liability, brown, 2nd grade139.95 EUR Published 2018-10-10. A one-off batch of 2nd grade Haix boots, these have only very slight cosmetic flaws. Light, very breathable and very comfortable. Normally these would cost maybe sixty bucks more.
Haix Boot Combat High Liability Female, brown, 2nd grade139.95 EUR Published 2018-10-10. A one-off batch of 2nd grade Haix boots, these have only very slight cosmetic flaws. Sturdy basic model for rough use, with GTX membrane. Normally these would cost maybe sixty bucks more. Women's model!
Haix Boot Combat High Liability, brown, 2nd grade139.95 EUR Published 2018-10-10. A one-off batch of 2nd grade Haix boots, these have only very slight cosmetic flaws. Sturdy basic model for rough use, with GTX membrane. Normally these would cost maybe sixty bucks more.
Surplus Restocked Seasonal recommendations
British service shirt, olive green, surplus9.99 EUR The British issue collared shirts come generally in green or khaki and cotton or polycotton blend. This lightweight polycotton "parade" model works well for those 'fun in the sun' kind of days.
US CWU-27/P flight coverall, tan, surplus49.99 EUR Flame retardant flying coverall in desertish tan colour. Used by ground troops too, at least to some degree in the recent past. Real deal US issue stuff!
Bundespolizei leather jacket, short, surplus99.99 EUR What comes to leather jackets, the Germans have long traditions of these items of style and fascis-, uh fascination. Nowadays replaced with happy attitude and bright polyester uniforms, these not-so-old leathery relics have been retired and sold off to civilian market. Wohoo!
British CS95 field shirt, DPM, surplus9.99 EUR Service shirt for warm weather, or as a lower layer under a field jacket. A comfortable alternative for summer use!
Swedish prisoner jacket, surplus9.99 EUR Like a modern men's blazer, but even more like an early 20th century worker's jacket, which it sort of is! This jacket is very likely vintage prison wear, definitely Swedish. Garments like this just look better with use and wear. These are in excellent shape, and with a surprisingly good size selection too.
British Arctic Sleeping Bag, surplus49.99 EUR A very good year-round sleeping bag, at least up here where the weather is usually cold. Except when it's wet.
Austrian M75 service shirt, olive drab, surplus3.99 - 9.99 EUR Once again a prime example of good military surplus - thick for a collared shirt, the Austrian Bundesheer used these as the outer layer in summer months. An excellent choice when you need a mid layer shirt that doubles as a light, somewhat windproof, fast-drying outer layer - and want to look good while you chew bubblegum and kick ass.
Polish two-man tent, surplus49.99 EUR Old fashioned, two-man canvas tent in the form of a tipi style contraption, split to two parts. Surprisingly not-bad for a Polish army Cold War era product, this is a nice choice for the traditionalist - not only cheap and well made, it also doubles as a rain/camo cape or a one-man shelter! The availability is getting sketchy.
Finnish Brutality 2018 chewed down with our CEO Jari and Ian and Karl from InRange TV.
'till next year!
You like wet feet? Then steer away from our store because we don't!
The coming of the wintery season will cast a shroud of wet misery right upon you. At this time it's wise to ditch any footwear made of non-water resistant materials and for heaven's sake, if you still own and wear white tennis socks, please get rid of them and get proper wool instead.
Well look what's hidden here! If you want covert looks with operational pockets for your work-related or mundane needs, here you go! Särmä TST Tactical Jeans have large pockets at the rear yoke, which are large enough for a 7.62 AK magazine, mobile device or whatever it is that you carry on a daily basis.
No need to settle for the usual offerings at the front either. Instead of one coin pocket you get 2+2 different sized small item pockets with generous capacity. Digging into these doesn't resemble fingering an armadillo: the magic material stretch again, you see.
Soon these will arrive. Finally!
Mil-Tec Wild Trees 3D HD Ghillie suit99.95 EUR
Snigel Design Radio Pouch 12, black27.95 EUR
Snigel Design Handcuff Pouch 09, black21.95 EUR
Snigel Design GP Pouch 2-12, long, black21.95 EUR
Snigel Design Expandable Baton Holder, black22.95 EUR
Snigel Design Key Silencer 05, black19.95 EUR
Finnish M60 steel helmet, surplus24.95 EUR
Varusteleka's brands 12 month warrantyOn top of our regular 100 day returns policy all our Särmä, Särmä TST, Terävä and Jämä products have a 12 month warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. The 12 month period stars on the day the customer receives the product.
Särmä TST backpack use as daypack lidsSärmä TST day/combat packs are designed to enable attachment onto the Särmä TST RP80 recon pack for use as daypack lids. In this tutorial we present two ways to manufacture the necessary adapter straps, using a Särmä TST DP10 Roll-Top daypack as example. The same basic idea and adapters will also function with numerous other daypacks and rucksacks, feel free to experiment!
Layered clothingThis article is written from a Finnish viewpoint based on the Nordic climate. And since we are utterly commercial the clothing presented is based on Varusteleka's sortiment.
Särmä TST RP80 recon pack assembly and adjustmentRP80 components A: Pack bag B: Frame C: Shoulder harness D: Hip belt E: 4 pcs carbon rod F: 1 pcs long turnbuckle (hip belt) G: 1 pcs short turnbuckle (shoulder harness) Hip belt Wrap the hip belt (D) around the bottom of the frame (B). Place the turnbuckles's (F) ring ends into their respective slots as pictured. Install the carbon rods (E and E) into their respective slots so that they run through the ring ends of the turnbuckle. Attach the bottom straps (1 and 2) to the lowest horizontal support pipe of the frame. Attach the top straps (3 and 4) to the upper horizontal support pipe of the frame. Finish off by tightening the turnbuckle (F). Shoulder harness Wrap the shoulder harness (C) around the frame (B). Install the carbon rods and short turnbuckle (E, G and E). Attach the wide bottom strap (1) to the frame's (B) horizontal support pipe. Do not tighten the turnbuckle yet at this point, that will be done after height adjustment.