Wehrmacht e-tool carrier, leather, brown, reproduction
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Note: the spade is not included, naturally.
Familiar from the muddy trenches of the First World War, this model e-tool carrier was probably the German soldier's second best friend all the way through the second round too, the first being the spade itself. There's more to this than just carrying an entrenching tool; the bayonet was meant to be worn on top of this and secured with the same strap as the e-tool.
Apparently brown leather gear was mostly issued to Luftwaffe troops, but we could argue it would not be too far fetched for a regular infantryman to carry one too instead of the standard black carrier - we're pretty sure the Germans had other things in mind than colour-matched tidbits of the field gear.
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