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Soviet general purpose strap / pant belt, rubberized, surplus
Soviet general purpose strap / pant belt, rubberized, surplus.
Soviet general purpose strap / pant belt, rubberized, surplus.
Soviet general purpose strap / pant belt, rubberized, surplus.
Soviet general purpose strap / pant belt, rubberized, surplus.

Soviet general purpose strap / pant belt, rubberized, surplus

Price 3.99 USD excluding VAT

These are Soviet pant belts straight outta some old warehouse. They look more like general-purpose straps and also work a lot better as such. As a bonus, you get the arousing smell of rubber.

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Soviet general purpose strap / pant belt, rubberized, surplus.
Soviet general purpose strap / pant belt, rubberized, surplus.
Soviet general purpose strap / pant belt, rubberized, surplus.
Soviet general purpose strap / pant belt, rubberized, surplus.

These are Soviet pant belts straight outta some old warehouse. They look more like general-purpose straps and also work a lot better as such. As a bonus, you get the arousing smell of rubber.

The total length is about 105 cm (41.3”). This may vary a bit from belt to belt. The width is 25 mm (1”). These are made of thick and tough rubberized canvas. Why rubberized? Because you need to have some rubber with your tall boots and gas masks of course! Equipped with a metal buckle and a metal strap end.

It may look like these have been broken and then repaired with unrivaled Soviet ingenuity. However, it is more probable that a short strap was made longer with an extension piece attached with leather reinforcements. Our non-educated guess is that this happened around Perestroika. In any case, the connection is as strong as the Warsaw pact and ready to compete with decadent western flimsy straps any day.

Condition

This is used army surplus. Some may be unissued but some have seen more use.

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