BW webbing suspenders, older model, surplus

5.99 USD
BW webbing suspenders, older model, surplus
Price 5.99 USD. In stock 9 pcs. Saatavana käytettynä! Products in stock are also available in our walk-in store.
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The West-German army had two webbing suspenders for light or heavy use. These are the "heavier" model with pack straps and all, these are meant to haul things and not just keep your trousers up. Visually these resemble the war-time model, most obviously these are thicker and partially padded.

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Product reviews

Rating average 5/5 - 1 ratings.

I would recommend for a friend
Nice n' heavy. Bought mine to hold a belt up with and they do that well. I can see these being really useful for someone doing construction who needs more support on their tool-belt.
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