A copy of the Wehrmacht crack bag: an option for the tropics or an option for reconstructing the end of the war.
Made of dense olive tarpaulin. Instead of leather, khaki slings were used on all the details. This was the equipment for the German African Corps (Deutsche Afrika Korps, DAK), because the leather parts did not tolerate the heat and dry climate. Towards the end of the war, such bags were also widespread in European theater of operations, when there was a shortage of raw materials (including leather). All parts are sewn by hand. Steel parts. No manufacturer's marking.
Shoulder strap (optional) is NOT included in the price and is sold separately.