Swedish leather mittens, white, surplus
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BW combat gloves, leather/Nomex, olive drab, surplus
The German Bundeswehr made the best combat gloves ever - take the standard nomex flying gloves and modify them a bit for ground troops and you have these.
BW leather gloves, surplus
The older model BW leather gloves are still available in limited amounts. For those who think nomex just doesn't cut it, here's a full leather deal.
Belgian wool gloves, surplus
Simple dark green wool gloves. Probably meant to be used as liner gloves, but what stops you from using these as they are? Belgian army surplus, and in totally unissued condition, these were not used to put indigenous peoples down.
Terävä Skrama, stainless steel
The stainless steel version of the Skrama, designed for those who work under constantly wet and humid conditions. The Skrama is a versatile heavy duty bush knife - a tool that builds shelters, chops firewood and even carves feather sticks! If you're taking just one knife into the bush the Skrama is a viable option. This is naturally no axe, nor a precision tool for extremely meticulous work, but something in between and a solid and dependable companion above all.
Särmä Worker Trousers, brown
Classic design back when men's clothing was both practical and good looking. The best thing about these are the darts in the back and pleats in front. These give more room around the hip area, so the trousers do not crush your balls like all modern trousers do.
Proper good ol' work mittens, Swedish army surplus. Made of white unlined leather, excellent quality for a ludicrous price.
One size fits all - these aren't meant for fiddly tasks anyway, and must be big enough to accommodate liner gloves underneath.
Used military surplus
Used, but in serviceable condition, so they might have all kinds of evidence of use. You can safely expect these NOT to be pure Aryan white when you get them. Also, some are not original pairs, but pairs anyway.