Rigger Pouch, Made From Vintage Used Material


Rigger Pouch.  Made during WWII by the parachute riggers to add more storage on the belts of paratroopers heading into combat on D-Day.  They took canvas and webbing from various sources and sewed together these handy pouches.  We made these with original WWII canvas from what we think was a radio bag.  The bag was trashed, but we managed to carve off some decent pieces of the fabric and made these one-of-a-kind riggers. No, it doesn’t stink, and even though there is discoloration and a few scars, it’s good fabric.  They look fantastic, and if you want to look like you’ve been in the fight already, then these are perfect.  These will be confused with originals for sure.  When these are gone they’re gone.  The webbing on the back for the belt loop is also re-purposed vintage webbing and canvas.  These rigger pouches really look the part, and are as tough as they can be!  These are 3″ x 3″ x 4″, great for about 4 or 5 clips of M1 blanks, or a couple of hand grenades.  Super strong, with reinforced  stitching.  Also a new Lift-the-Dot snap made by the same company that made them in WWII, Scoville.

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Additional information

Weight .31 lbs
Dimensions 5 × 4 × 1 in


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