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British army webbing large pack by Kay canvas
The large pack was worn with the 1908 and 1937 webbing set and was called marching order, the British soldier would keep in the large pack his Greatcoat, spare socks and underclothes etc. When marching between camps this would be carried on the soldiers back and his small pack would be carried on his belt.
When the soldier went up to the front line this would be left behind if they went on an attack or raiding party. Designed to fit onto the brass buckles on the 1908 or 1937 shoulder straps.
Also used with this was the support straps ( not included ) that help keep the pack firm on the soldiers and the helmet was also carried on the pack with these straps.
Part of our range of quality webbing made by Kay Canvas. The Kay Canvas webbing closely matches to an original set of webbing which was issued during WW2. To ensure a high standard of accuracy it was colour matched to an original set of 1937 webbing. The Kay Canvas webbing is a tight weave like the original and is still made on an old BIC factory machine that has been lovingly kept alive after 100 Years. The brass fittings on Kay Canvas webbing sets are die stamped and the press studs have the same pattern as an original