Original army belt of the Soviet army made of a synthetic material, together with the brass buckle. Made after 1970, the buckle bears a star with a hammer and sickle. Growth 1 — for waist up to 105 cm or 3'5" (the lower bound is theoretically any because the belt has smooth lenght adjustment).
Suitable for everyday wear and the reenactment of the afterwar Soviet army.
The Worker-Peasant Red Army (RKKA) was called Soviet in February 1946. The belts of this design were made of leather; canvas; canvas coated in rubber and synthetic leather. The buckles were made of brass, green khaki painted steel or galvanized steel.