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How about 215 Gear and their Operator Hat ELW, that is a mesh hat.
Mmm...no you´re not! Not in the part of Europe I live in. Here military surplus and camoclothing is a normal thing in the middle of citys....
Hmm...must say I don´t understand how a triangular piece of fabric can prevent coins from falling out? :help:
Had to google "gusset"= In sewing,...
;) Hawaii + helicopters = Magnum P.I.
Want to point out that I´m from Finland. :)
You are correct that the origin of my cap and that in your photo is same. From 1920´s or so Germany.
But my cap is a new made exact copy of the...
This is what I have been wearing for the last few weeks, made of wool.
;) All of you that don´t like polarized sunglasses; apparently non of you spend any time on water or live where there is blinding white snow in...
Mesh underwear might be a solution. I know that the norwegian armed forces use mesh underwear and I´m sure they sweat alot in their activities.
Hmm...strangely enough my caps don´t have that button on top. Instead there is a velcro patch on the outside and only stiching on the inside.
Had a chance to test it today riding my bicycle in freezing wind. Wore it with a hoodless jacket and a tactical cap on my head. Sits well on the...
Just purchased a piece of very practical clothing; a loose wool hood. It can be attached to any jacket with buttons or be worn unattached, for...
My edc lights are Fenix TK22 and Zebralight H501.
My daily edc-clothing is the Fjällräven Reporter vest so there is plenty of room for a big...
Interesting! Your Outdoor-axehead is thicker, more wedgelike, than on my small forest axe.
My axehead looks like this one on the left.
Gränsfors Bruks small forest axe. 1kg and 50cm long.
Sorry can´t help it but it drives me nuts when people write like that, looks retarded.
Should´ve is the right form. Or should have.
For stabbing. It´s a self defence tool. Google "SOE spike dagger".
Here is the final buschcraft baldric. Big chopper, smaller scandi puukko. Pouch containing Bahco Laplander saw, a few meters of paracord,...
UPDATE! This is how I solved the carrying, with a shoulder sling. When carrie the knife hangs at about 45 degrees angle.
This is my latest buy. Skrama chopper with a MOLLE sheath.
The scandi puukko is an older one but I thought it might be a good idea to attach it to...