Belgian scrim scarf, olive drab, surplus
Scrim scarves are a timeless classic both in military and civilian use. They offer breathable protection around the neck, can be tossed over your head for concealment, worn as a bandana, or tied as a swag bag.
This here is an excellent Belgian specimen: a robust and smelly military item from some decades back. Made of cotton, probably. Air well and wash by hand before use. If you are sensitive to the stench of Belgians, buy a new scarf instead.
A very rough size approximation is 80 x 60 cm. See the pictures too. These come in different shades and some are even camouflaged. We won't pick.
Pro tip: you can cut this into strips and wrap them around your rifle or equipment.
Belgian army surplus
Used and stored for a long time. In a perfectly OK condition, just a bit smelly and the colours and sizes vary.
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does not recommend
David F. 01.05.2018 (Edited 05.06.2018)
Harri J. 07.05.2018
darryl b. 21.06.2018
Kim S. 08.08.2018
Robin K. 27.08.2018
Meat M. 06.09.2018 (Edited 17.05.2019)
Philipp B. 13.11.2018
But dont worry, you can take it as a feature! it does keep mosquitos, beggars and your nervewrecking little sister away from you, it disguises your odour for dogs (so you snipers wont be caught by a doggo) and you do not need to spend huge ammounts of your hard earned monney for parfum since nobody will smell your fragrance anyways.
But thats not all! Here comes another feature! The smell rubbs off to everything that comes in contact with it! That is great since you can now enjoy your new scarf even if you are not wearing it.
I reccomend not only washing it once, or twice, or even three times. It should be soaked in a clorine-wather-solutinon, than thrown into boiling-wash and maybe burned afterwards.
Mine lost its smell after the boiling wash for the second time.
After all this treatment, this lovely (ex)smelly little pice of netsarf is not only freaking practilally but even fashionable and realy versetail. As part of your daylie hipster outfit is makes itself usefull as a scarf, as part of your tactical sniper outfit you can sew it to your jacket and use it to fix camouflage on you, and finaly as part of your survival backpack it could be used as a firestarter. (Dont you forgett of all the other uses like some kind of fetish-wear, a fishing net or even an improvised bag!)
Jeffrey M. 20.02.2019
Miika K. 31.05.2019 (Edited 31.05.2019)
Jos aiot pitää tätä vain ulkona poissa kosketuksista ihmisiin tai olet valmis pesurumbaan, suosittelen kyllä tuotetta. Muuten kannattaa ostaa uusi tuote
Bjornar M. 16.06.2019
Other than that it is great for what it is, a simple warmish scarf for the price of a cheap belgian beer, what is warmer?
Military equipment is traditionally excellent stuff; it combines durability with very affordable prices. Army surplus finds its way to the civilian market in the following way: the armed forces of one country or other decides to get rid of big batches of perfectly serviceable gear due to cuts in military budgets, said gear becoming obsolete or redundant or some other similar reason. Some of this stuff then finds its way to our storehouse, sometimes directly, sometimes through a third party. Every once in a while we even get random batches of collectibles and rarities from obscure corners of the world.