BW trouser braces, surplus
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BW Moleskin trousers
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BW parade belt, leather, surplus
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Belgian leather gloves, black, surplus
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Basic elastic button-fastened braces, German Bundeswehr surplus.
Will work with most trousers with buttons for braces, but you can simply sew six buttons on and make any trousers fully compatible with these.
The colours vary from green to brown. Some are V-type, some in X-form.
The sizes are the maximum length from buttonhole to buttonhole in centimetres. We suggest donning the trousers you plan on wearing with these and run a tape measure over your shoulder. Giving user's recommended height for each size is a bit diffcult. However we have given some estimates in the brackets. With these it's assumed the trousers have a high waist and the wearer is not pot-bellied.
These are in used, but perfectly serviceable condition.