Strap 18 mm for tropical equipment

0.30 €
240 or more 0.22 €
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The items in the photo (finished straps and metal parts) are shown to show the real shades and the size of the strap. We offer only a cut of the strap of the chosen length.

Price for 10 cm, can be cut to any length. 1 meter = 10 items. Discounts for wholesale from 24 m.

Cotton strap for sand-colored equipment, 18 mm wide (the Germans also used 16 mm and 20 mm). Unique and rare item, not sold anywhere else. In different countries you can get different options, but most often they are wider and dark olive in color.

This strap can be used in German equipment: for late straps for equipment, for field bottles, for hanging bayonet-knives and fasteners for other equipment. In Soviet equipment - for chin straps for helmets SH-39, SH-40, for straps for steel bibs and also as fasteners for various bags and carriers.

The strap is dense, 2 mm thick.

This strap can be used to make copies and repair a wide range of equipment, for example:

A-frame (Germany, manufacturer Wersa München 1941).

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Pouches of different types, for example, in the photo below for MP-44 (Germany, manufacturer jwa 44)

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Tropical and late release bread bags. In the photo below, the manufacturer Dohse, Bielefeld, Germany, 1942.

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Y-straps and other tropical equipment. For example, in the photo below, the manufacturer is gjl 1942, Germany.

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German field bottle "coconut" and tropical flasks in a case. As you can see in the photo, straps of various widths were used.

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The Soviet helmet SSH-39 and SSH-40 of military issues had the strap no more than 18 mm wide. And since the 1960s. they had a strap 20 mm wide sewn on with machine stitching. The 18 mm band has been discontinued in the USSR since then, and now it is not possible to find the 18 mm strap (except to buy it from us).

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