Food and Drink
- 32 Total Servings (Including Apple Cinnamon Cereal, Brown Sugar Cereal, Creamy Pasta, Southwest Beans and Rice, Hearty Tortilla Soup, and Whey Milk)
- 5 X 4.227 fl. oz. Water Pouches
First Aid and Hygiene
- 37 Piece First Aid Kit
- N95 Dust Mask
- Pocket Tissues
- 3 Wet Naps
- Waste Bag
- Portable Stove (Including Fuel Tablets)
- Stainless Steel Cup
- Squeeze Flashlight
- 5-in-1 Survival Whistle
- Waterproof Matches
- Mylar Blanket
- Emergency Poncho
- Playing Cards
Being in the military surplus business for as long as we have, we still sometimes come across items that give us that "little kid on Christmas" kind of excitement. This body armor set does just that. This is a British military Osprey body armor carrier set in MTP camouflage. It's a complete carrier set that comes with all of the pieces shown in the images here—this does not include armor. The entire thing is clad with MOLLE straps to accommodate for a nearly-unlimited number of pouches and attachments. This tactical vest set is as good as it gets. They are used and some come in better conditions than others, but all are complete and working. Signs of wear may include discoloration, small stains, and scratches.
Note: this set does not include any Kevlar or armor inserts. They are used and may show some signs of wear, discoloration, dirt, and especially on the waistband that is included in this set. They may not include the four small buckle straps found in the bottom right corner of the second photo and are all missing the collar that was usually part of this system.
The Polish "leopard camo" Backpack comes in used but very good condition. The camouflage pattern is called the Zába Pattern, which is actually Polish for Frog. In Germany, this camouflage pattern is often referred to as "Pumatarn". We call the print "leopard" or "puma" camo because of its unique camouflage pattern that resembles the infamous jungle cats. This Polish Army issue backpack has heavy-duty canvas straps and a reinforced waterproof bottom. Extended it measures a generous 27” tall and 12” by 9” at the base. Folded over, the bag measures 17” inches tall. The straps are secured to the bag and reinforced by large horizontal cross-sections. This is a bit on the overengineered side when it comes to a duffel bag with backpack straps, yet it only weighs two pounds! These packs are unique and very sturdy.
These Dutch military gear bags are some of the best small-sized simple bags we have come across. They're constructed from a very heavy-duty Cordura material. They include two handles, a woodland camouflage pattern, and a heavy-duty zipper and Measures 16" x 10" x 10" (approximately 20 liters). These come used and in very good condition.
Let's cut to the chase—the side pouches detach and connect into one completely separate backpack -or- two separate messenger bags with their own straps! The Dutch Army made a great bag here. It's made with heavy-duty Cordura material and features a padded back, shoulder straps, a kidney belt, and the side pouches we talked about earlier. This pack roughly measures 27" x 24" x 8" with the side pouches on. They're used but in good condition. This rucksack is better known as the "Lowe Alpine Sting".
15.6″ (screen-size) Laptop Privacy Bag with Black PU Leather offers 85 dB (400 MHz-4 GHz), Anti-tracking & Anti-spying. Cell Signal, GPS, RFID and Wi-fi Signal Blocking. Inner Pocket blocks radiation and fits cell phones, tablets, laptops and external hard drives.