Mountain Rucksack (1941 Pattern)

Monday August 27th, 2018 admin

U.S. Army developed and adopted its first rucksack during the summer of 1941. The canvas duck sack was mounted on a steel wire or rattan frame that supported the load and held it off the soldier’s back. Four pockets on the outside of the bag carried extra gear. Heavy felt […]

Ski Glaiters (WWII)

Wednesday December 6th, 2017 admin

Shown pair are in OD3 shade, medium size.   Stock Number Reference: Glaiters, Ski Stock Number-Color-Size sheet: Size / Color OD3 / OD7 White X-Small 72-G-1000 72-G-1010 Small 72-G-1001 72-G-1011 Mediium 72-G-1002 72-G-1012 Large 72-G-1003 72-G-1013 X-Large 72-G-1004 72-G-1014

Ice Creepers / Crampons (WWII)

Tuesday March 7th, 2017 admin

This is a pair of WWII U.S. Military Ice Creepers or Crampons. Crampons were a cold weather issued item for combat boots. This set is made of a galvanized metal with cotton webbing for strapping the cleats to the sole of  your boot. They are adjustable and have seven 3/4″ sharp spikes to […]

Mountain Rucksack (JQD-88B 1942 ver.)

Sunday January 3rd, 2016 admin

Widely used by 10th Mountain Division, and still popular among special operation forces in post WWII missions, even in the Vietnam War. Stock Number Reference: Rucksack Army Stock Number: 74-R-350