Wehrmacht fake leather belt w/o buckle, black, reproduction
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Flag of Japan, 150 x 90 cm
A reproduction of the Wehrmacht leather service belt. Made of fake leather, probably because cost issues. Buckle not included!
Achtung! The distance between the pins of some buckles might vary a bit, thus they might require some fitting.
This 45 mm wide belt can be adjusted about 18 cm smaller than the given size. As mentioned, the buckle is not included, and must be bought separately.
Factory new reproduction, made by Mil-Tec.