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RUM011 Gamaschen Early War Gaiters by Richard A Underwood

Gamaschen Early War Gaiters by Richard A Underwood
Gamaschen Early War Gaiters by Richard A Underwood

Gamaschen German Early War Gaiters by Richard A Underwood (R.U.M.).

Early war canvas gaiters, these are made just like the first model gaiters which where introduced in 1940. Gaiters or Gamaschen where first issued to rear guard and replacement units before being issued to front line troops.

The first pattern or early war gaiters where made of two pieces of cotton canvas sewn together and a single piece of leather stitched along the full length of the bottom of the gaiters. The gaiters are fastened by two leather straps and roller buckles.

The leather is natural colour. Sold in pairs.

 

Sizes.

Size 2 is the standard size of gaiter and will fit most people. If you lay the gaiter flat on the floor the top of the canvas measures 36cm and the bottom of the canvas (with the edge with the leather trim) measures 31cm.

Size 3 has the following measurements when you lay the gaiter flat on the floor the top of the canvas measures 40cm and the bottom of the canvas (with the edge with the leather trim) measures 36cm 

 
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