$70.00

P37 Pattern Army Belt - Original
[P37_belt_Orig]

Stock Status: In Stock

History:
1937 Pattern Web Equipment (also known as '37 Webbing') was an item of military load-carrying equipment. It replaced the 1908 Pattern and 1925 Pattern and was standard issue for British and Commonwealth troops from its introduction in 1937, throughout World War II, and in the post-war period. 1937 Pattern Webbing was made from cotton webbing, which was waterproofed and dyed before being woven. The fittings were made of stamped brass and it was produced by various manufacturers.

Details:
This is an original P37 Pattern Army belt. Quality made of heavy duty tan cotton webbing with brass and steel fittings. The belt features a brass patent clasp buckle, 2x brass adjustment fastener slides, and 2x steel rear rectangular buckles for attaching braces. It is full size wearable, size adjustable, and suits light to heavy equipment weight loads. Original surplus in good condition, with minor wear, stamp markings are somewhat faded, and has a small mark on the inside rear.

Uses:
Use during re-enactments, fancy dress, as a prop for films and TV, fancy dress, or add to your militaria collection as a great display item.

Size Large:
Height: 2 3/8" (6cm)
Length: 45" (114cm)
Adjustable size: 26-44" (66-111cm)

Specifications:
Type: P37
Authenticity: Original
Colour: Tan
Material: Cotton, brass, steel.
Weight: 300 gms approx.
Theatre: WW2
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