Czechoslovakian M60 backpack, with suspenders, brown, surplus
A small, brown canvas or linen backpack from Czechoslovakia. These are probably made in the earlier part of the Cold War, copied almost directly from the German World War 2 era rucksack. Actually a pretty nice piece, especially considering the price!
Compared to modern rucksacks, this little thing might look a bit archaic, but hey, it's genuine retro stuff made to military specs. Means this still wipes the floor with most cheapo civilian packs when it comes to durability. And definitely looks refreshingly different.
Volume maybe 20 litres, with two smaller outer pockets. No frame on this, but you can slide in a piece of a foam mat for support.
Comes complete with Y-harness for carrying. The same suspenders keep your beltkit up. The pack looks a lot like the German World War 2 rucksacks, but the attachment to the harness is reversed (loops in the pack, hooks in the Y-suspenders). A nice trick is to bend the metal hook thingies "shut" if you have no need for taking them off. Or alternatively, just anchor them on the loops with, say, pieces of string.
Czech army surplus
Used, but in good serviceable condition. Remember that one day these will be gone forever, get yours while still available!
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darryl b. 18.01.2019