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Swiss leather belt, surplus
A very traditional and classy brown leather belt with a single prong buckle. Look no further if you need an affordable yet extremely well made trouser belt.
Leather string, ca. one meter
An approximately one metre long piece of leather string. Useful in any task where a leather string might be used, such as the shoe laces of the Wehrmacht low boots, British Ammo Boots or DMS boots.
Tallipoika leather grease, 500 ml, clear
A large half a litre bucket of leather grease, just as good as any fine brand, but without a fancy name and thus cheaper.
Särmä leather belt, veggie tanned, 50 mm
Proper old timey robust no-nonsense leather belts are increasingly difficult to find these days, well at least until right now! This here is just that, a proper no-nonsense leather belt made from the finest vegetable tanned leather. Works equally well for keeping your pants up or as an equipment carrier for tools and gear. A bit like the Fjällräven Equipment Belt actually, but without the added costs of a fancy brand name.
Leather shoulder bag
A stiff gentleman's leather case, very old timey looking, perfect for surprisingly many uses. Made of amazingly nicely antique brown coloured thick leather, the kind that all leatherware should be made of.
NVA map case, brown, surplus
A faux leather map case of the NVA. Don't be fooled, this thing is actually pretty good.
Czechoslovakian trouser braces, green, surplus
A pair of simple and durable braces for your trousers. No buttons on your trousers for braces? Be a man, sew them on yourself. The higher the waist, the better these fit.
French magazine bag, small and pretty, surplus
Best used as a ladies' handbag, but the intended purpose for carrying magazines of a rather shitty machine gun isn't far behind. Anyway, if you need a small vintage bag (in this case real vintage), get one now!
Italian cartridge pouch, surplus
A very neat little leather pouch, uncommonly for Italian made kit these are actually of very high quality! What first springs to mind is Mad-Max & Co. with their post-apocalyptic sci-fi equipment belts, this is a very, very tempting little treat that is hard to resist even if you don't really "need" it!
A stiff leather case, either very manly or womanly, entirely depending on who's using it! Made of amazingly nicely antique brown coloured thick leather, the kind that all leatherware should be made of.
Refreshingly simple, sturdy no-bullshit case: leather carrying handles, a traditional strap & buckle closure and no dividers whatsoever inside. Everything sewn together with thick thread. Inside dimensions 15 x 24 x 13 cm. Weight about 1,5 kg.
In all reality for a leather case of this caliber the price isn't bad at all - so good actually that we really don't care if these have been made in some inhuman colonial salt mine by Indian children or not. If it's any comfort, probably not.
Factory new, made by Mil-Tec.