Belt Webbing Waist P37 dated 1943 size L

size S, M.E. C.o 1943 dated, some blanco/waterproofing remaining on webbing

€ 110,00

The belt was sized by using hooks fitted to the brass ends of the belt; the ends of the belt were doubled back, and these hooks were then inserted into cloth loops running the length of the interior of the belt The belt was secured, normally, by a set of brass buckles with both a male and a female end. These buckles were slipped over the belt, and retained by folding the belt over as described above, and also through the use of a pair of brass "keepers". As the Second World War progressed, the brass buckles, keepers and tabs on most components of web gear were replaced with painted steel, usually of a brown shade resembling tarnished brass

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