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Soviet cotton-flannel mittens, surplus

Soviet cotton-flannel mittens, surplus

Price 13.99 USD excluding VAT

In the Soviet Union they sure knew how to make classic three-finger mutant mittens. These are the lighter type, with flannel lining. Although probably quite obsolete for war use, they work mighty fine in bushwhacking and on the streets too, you weirdo.

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In the Soviet Union they sure knew how to make classic three-finger mutant mittens. These are the lighter type, with flannel lining. Although probably quite obsolete for war use, they work mighty fine in bushwhacking and on the streets too, you weirdo.

These have a separate trigger or tickling finger, which grants the wearer the virtue of basic dexterity. This is especially important for a soldier who has to be able to use his weapon in any weather, but it's a very nice bonus for any outdoorsy type human being.

You could say these work well when the temperature drops just a bit under zero degrees Celsius, and work as an extra insurance during those treacherous, windy and wet conditions when the temps fluctuate around the freezing point.

Tan-Brown

The palm side is made of the same superbly tight cotton as the Plash-palatka capes, while the back of the palm is flannel, as is the lining. We're not sure why, but at least it's pretty good for wiping your goggles clear.

Black

These are made entirely of cotton, with similar flannel lining on the inside as on the brown ones.

Size info

We got only one size, which is about "Medium".

Condition

Unissued but stored since the Soviet times. The gulag smell will probably dissipate with use. These are probably indestructible, all in all a great item to pass down the generations.

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