German Flecktarn Combat Pack

German Army Surplus

$24.50 

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Authentic German military surplus combat pack. These packs were originally designed for use by soldiers in the German army. This Combat pack serves as a singular component of the German LKS load-bearing equipment system, which includes a variety of packs, pouches and holsters. Similar to the United States ALICE system.
New, with modified (unadjustable) shoulder strap. Zero rips, tears and stains that are usally present on military surplus. Those looking for an everyday pack will find this flecktarn pack an excellent choice.

Unmistakable German flecktarn camouflage, This bag also boasts an extremely durable construction and is made almost entirely of 1050 denier nylon. This material is known for its extreme durability and resistance to abrasions, making it an excellent choice for use outdoors. The bag also sports military-grade stitching that ensures your bag will remain in usable condition for years to come. Offering one main storage compartment with access in the form of an oversized closure flap that is secured via two adjustable plastic buckles. This compartment measures approximately 26.5cm tall, 26.5cm wide and 16.5cm deep. Two side pockets run the entire length of the compartment itself. Other features include a rubberized vinyl lining, metallic drainage grommets and a shoulder strap for comfortable transport.

NSN printed on the underside of the closure flap.


Dimensions: 26.5cm H x 26.5cm W x 16.5cm D
Shoulder Strap: 116cm L
Pattern: Flecktarn
Condition: New/Modified

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