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US WWII Heavy-Duty Transport Bag, Surplus
US WWII Heavy-Duty Transport Bag, Surplus. What you can do with these is only limited by your imagination. A manly pillowcase, an adjustable kettlebell shell, beer bag for a beach party, and many other epic things.
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US WWII Heavy-Duty Transport Bag, Surplus.
US WWII Heavy-Duty Transport Bag, Surplus. There's a strap at the upper edge that you can use to close this thing, somehow, maybe.
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US WWII Heavy-Duty Transport Bag, Surplus. The handle straps continue around the bottom of the bag, reinforcing the already sturdy construction even further.
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US WWII Heavy-Duty Transport Bag, Surplus. The  handle design is not by a drunken madman. The idea is that two soldiers carry heavy loads together.
The handle design is not by a drunken madman. The idea is that two soldiers carry heavy loads together.
US WWII Heavy-Duty Transport Bag, Surplus.
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US WWII Heavy-Duty Transport Bag, Surplus

Price 39.99 USD excluding sales tax

Super heavy-duty US transport bag for hauling ammo and other heavy stuff. These were used during WWII and probably later, too. You can also use it to carry a lot of beer from the store. Or turn it into a manly kettlebell substitute. Fill it with cartridges and start pumping lead and brass. If the enemy sneaks up on you, you won’t run out of ammo immediately.

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US WWII Heavy-Duty Transport Bag, Surplus. What you can do with these is only limited by your imagination. A manly pillowcase, an adjustable kettlebell shell, beer bag for a beach party, and many other epic things.
US WWII Heavy-Duty Transport Bag, Surplus.
US WWII Heavy-Duty Transport Bag, Surplus. There's a strap at the upper edge that you can use to close this thing, somehow, maybe.
US WWII Heavy-Duty Transport Bag, Surplus. The handle straps continue around the bottom of the bag, reinforcing the already sturdy construction even further.
US WWII Heavy-Duty Transport Bag, Surplus. The  handle design is not by a drunken madman. The idea is that two soldiers carry heavy loads together.
US WWII Heavy-Duty Transport Bag, Surplus.

Super heavy-duty US transport bag for hauling ammo and other heavy stuff. These were used during WWII and probably later, too. You can also use it to carry a lot of beer from the store. Or turn it into a manly kettlebell substitute. Fill it with cartridges and start pumping lead and brass. If the enemy sneaks up on you, you won’t run out of ammo immediately.

Features

On the side, there’s the text "Transport Bag", indicating that it is indeed a bag meant for moving stuff from A to B. These are made from super thick cotton canvas, and the heavy-duty stitching is so robust that it must be made by a cave troll tailor. There is a carry handle on both sides of the bag, and the handle straps continue around the bottom of the bag, reinforcing the construction even further. There’s a buckled strap along the top edge that you can use to close this… somehow, maybe. It is a bit special.

At first glance, the handle positioning might appear slightly fukduppish, but there is a logical reason for that. The idea is that two soldiers can carry the bag together, so you don’t get a hernia in the middle of an artillery strike. The outer measurements are 45 x 72 cm (17.7" x 28.3"), and the weight when empty c. 1,3 kg (2.9 lbs).

Condition

Used US military surplus These are in very good condition for being decades old. Of course there are signs of use on these, such as grease stains, dirt, and worn edges, but it is very difficult to render these unusable. They do smell of oil & grease like all old manly things tend to do.

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11.03.2024 ⚠ Unverified purchase
Haisee pahalta! Ihanaa
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Five stars
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17.03.2024 Verified purchase
Very stiff, super tough canvas, rope lined handles and seemingly new.
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24.03.2024 Verified purchase
Ok. First the smell. Forget about getting rid of it. But that might not be a problem for some. Second, the toughness. It is. Probably among the toughest things I ever had in my hands. And I drove heavy machinery... BUT, it's old. Very old and the canvas doesn't hold anymore. I could rip it off myself with my own hands. If you are planing to carry light stuff, it's ok, but when you put over 50kg it's not gonna hold. On the first use the belt ripped off closing it with lots of strength, carrying sand and some weights which is what I bought this bag for. Also the canvas on the bottom of the handles ripped off. So I can only give 2 stars. I guess Varusteleka didn't have chance to test them all. I understand of course but for the price I expected something that I can use for what is ment for.
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09.04.2024 Verified purchase
Haisee/tuoksuu voimakkaasti aseöljyltä ja kasarmilta. Minua ei haittaa ja varmaan tuulettuu. Luja kuin piru.
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