Särmä Paratrooper gloves, black
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The Germans decided to make their black winter woolly hats properly; these have a Windstopper-liner to give some extra protection. Used Bundeswehr surplus.
Särmä merino gloves
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Tegera 300 kidskin gloves with cotton liner, black
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Särmä Finnish M36 leather jacket
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Särmä Paratrooper gloves, beige
Reproduction of the US WW2 Airborne gloves. Actually it's the model of 1938 for horsemen, but these became associated with the paratroopers. The horsemen should have done better marketing.
Soviet enema nozzle piece, plastic, surplus
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Soviet enema pot with mouth pieces, surplus
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Särmä hoodless fleece jacket
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Särmä TST L2 turtleneck shirt, merino wool
A functional midweight turtleneck shirt for demanding active wear. Made from a polyamide reinforced merino wool blend. Functions both as a heavier base layer or a mid layer, great for both the cold seasons and cool summer nights.
Reproduction of the US WW2 Airborne gloves in black, originally these were tan. Actually it's the model of 1938 for horsemen, but these became associated with the paratroopers. The horsemen should have done better marketing.
As a glove these are pretty much like your standard leather gloves, but with nice practical features like the wrist strap and totally suitable for handling firearms. The leather is nice and thick-ish. Nice general purpose gloves all in all, and for a reasonable price too.
The model is actually a modular design: on cold weather these are supposed to accommodate a pair of thin wool gloves underneath for warmth. That's why the general cut is somewhat roomy overall.
Särmä is our own brand of clothing and equipment. When you're buying Särmä you're getting purpose built stuff at a decent price, something that will fill it's intended role well and not cost you an arm and a leg!
Made in Pakistan
These are made by a small (about same size as us) Pakistani sewing factory run by two brothers. Due to their small size they are a very flexible team and what we've been most pleased with is how well they listen to advice. So far we have been very happy with the fruits of our common labour!