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Teesar BDU trousers, ripstop, Metro, stonewashed
BDU trousers made of cotton ripstop. Metro camo & stonewashed.
Särmä jump boots, black
Bullshit free hi-leg boots of our own production. Apart from the sole these are much like the US Army jump boots from the Second World War, only black. Very nice quality, these aren't just for show, they are good enough for real use - made in Estonia just over the Gulf of Finland!
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Särmä TST M05 fur hat
The official cold weather fur hat of the Finnish defence forces, with our own little improvements. The fur hat has very, very long traditions in the Finnish army, it was actually after experiences in the Winter War of 1939 against us Finns that the Soviets adopted their now legendary Ushanka fur hats. In Finland the fur hat has been in military service as long as we´ve been independent and is still going strong. A very versatile and configureable model, this can be worn in many ways depending on the situation at hand. Finnish MILSPEC quality!
M05 camo jacket
Finnish military issue M05 summer woodland jacket (army property tags excluded), made by the one of the manufacturers that produces these for the army. Finnish MILSPEC construction. Old stock from a company that quit the business a while ago.
This Finnish army invention is a modern classic amongst our bearded reservists and some characters of questionable political views. It's like a stretched winter jacket, essentially a "modern" greatcoat. Reversible of course, because in Finland these things were still widely accepted on in the 90's. Only a couple in stock!
The coat has a light padding inside and ripstop-reinforced fabric on top. The hem can be folded up or kept down. Impressive. Despite the name this was standard issue for everyone, from the fatass greasemonkey to the master race LRRP guys.
Sizes in the classic "T-shirt style" with our estimate for the comparable EU size in the bracket, just pick what you usually wear. These are pretty "Regular" length, fit for maybe about 170-180 cm tall people. Widthwise these run oversized, so if you are not going to wear much under it, you might work it out with a size smaller than usually.
Our model is 175 cm tall, size 48 and wears S in the pictures. As you can see, even a smaller size than you would normally wear might just do it. In fact, he would be happy with size X-Small for casual use. Yes, it's a lofty coat.
Dead stock from Inttistore Ltd.
A company called Inttistore went under and we bought the whole stock, that's where these are from. These are cheaper across the board than they originally retailed for, and present excellent bang for the buck.