Finnish Demolitions bag, surplus
The demolitions bag must be one of the most intricate and expensive bags the Finnish army has ever wielded! With a good amount of compartments and the size of an A4, along with the robust construction and old-timey messenger bag looks consisting of leather and canvas, this one certainly might appeal to the civilian audience.
Throughout the years these have been made in both cotton canvas and "modern" nylon. We sort and sell these separately so you can choose the one you prefer: cotton canvas for that old timey look or nylon for lightweight and strong functionality.
While this is not 100% waterproof, it is pretty secure, as it's intended to be filled with quite heavy contents which are the toted around the battlefield. Inside dimensions roughly 33 x 23 x 7 cm, with some room for upwards adjustment.
Limited availability! These are quite special stuff and probably not made in large numbers.
Used Finnish army surplus
Old and definitely seen some use, and may we remind that the use in this case is NOT some neat and tidy office job. Thus, be prepared to clean the bag too. However these are intact and very usable.
Attention! The metal knobs used to secure the interior leather straps (see highlighted photo with note) have often been torn off. This does not really affect the use of the bag in any way, but be warned.
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