Belgian fragmentation vest with padding material, surplus
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There seem to be some model variations - some have a stand-up collar, some don't. We won't differentiate them.
Sizes in a very usual army system, with centimetre sizes for user's height and chest circumference. Switch to inches with our handy converter, or divide by 2,54.
Used, but in serviceable shape. These look the part, but obviously do not offer any fragmentation protection.
First one I payed for and was in good condition with minimal odour, however it was not the type displayed (mine was a collarless design from 1994 rather than the collared as pictured).
Second vest was sent by Varusteleka as a replacement for free (wicked customer service). This second vest was the same collarless type, though this one was in irreperable shape and is well beyond washing to remove the awful stench (I nearly vomited taking it out from my shipping box), and even after two days of airing out the vest still reeks enough to make me gag.
These vest are very hit and miss in terms of the shape they are in and are a total miss for the type you most likely will receive.
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