One-sided camouflage material for winter jackets and summer anoraks. First appeared in late 1943 or in 1944, as one of the experiments in the transition from the Splinter to the Swamp camo in the Heer. It was used along with the usual Splinter, but very few clothes in such camouflage were produced.
Base: 100% cotton. Width 1.55 m, density (weight) 220 g/m². When burning turns to ash, no plastic! Suitable for caps, camouflage blouses, winter clothes, covers, as a tablecloth. It can also be used as a tent, but fabric for tents is usually denser and heavier. This fabric gets wet in the rain. To improve the hydrophobic properties, you can independently apply the impregnation after the purchase (in the washing machine or from an aerosol can). It must be understood that no natural fabric, except for special tents or wind-jackets, has hydrophobic properties (absorbs water). The fabric on German winter jackets and Soviet quilted jackets "Telogreyka" willingly absorbed water.
Price for 0.1 running meter (a stripe of 10x155 сm or 4x61 inch) of fabric. 10 units of the item = 1 running meter. For example, you can buy 0.3 running meters (a piece of 30x155 cm) and sew a pair of caps from it. You can put any quantity into the shopping cart, but the cart will allow you to place an order only for the quantity that is actually in stock.
If you want to sew something, we recommend that you find a tailor and consult with him before ordering. We do not know how much fabric is needed for your product! Cuts of fabric are not subject to exchange and return. If you need a probe — buy 0.1 m, it is not expensive.