After years of requests, I have produced the tailor made version of the bush jacket usually worn by officers. Order size Long if you are taller than 5' 10 . These are a fairly close cut for semi-dress wear, so order a size larger if you need room to bat at cricket or swing a machete.
These are standard issue P-37 Basic or Universal Pouch, sometimes also referred to as the Bren pouch. This attaches to the belt by brass clips and to the web braces by a buckle. Top flap closes with a brass press stud or snap. Price is per pair. New unissued condition are mostly Canadian made, with clear WWII dates. Used condition are blancoed (dyed) a greenish khaki and dates may not be visible. Our Price: £7.56
New reproduction. Made to the same pattern as the original, but with modern materials that are more durable and will not stick to your hair. Complete liner including the rubber bumpers, upper padded cross, and brass attaching bolt/nut. The chinstrap is not a part of the liner.
This envelope style cap was never issued, but was extremely popular with all the troops as a private purchase item. Today they are commonly known as the "paratrooper" style because of misinformation in a certain well-known movie. Infantry braid ONLY. Our Price: £17.98
Uniform set with your choice of matching dark shade trousers or light shade mustard wool trousers (102371), either style wool shirt (100118), trouser belt (100094), khaki wool tie (100096).
These are always missing from the map case. Plastic grid with OD3 fabric cover and brass edging. These reproductions are virtually indistinguishable from originals. Our Price: £11.35
This is a new reproduction of the first pattern of cartridge belt adopted for the M1903 Springfield rifle. It has 9 pockets for 5-round rifle clips, closed by eagle snaps. The bottoms of the pockets are not reinforced because the round nose bullets used at this time did not require it. The belt ends are early tapered style. The sword chape is on the left side for attaching the saber carrier. Belt adjusted from 28 to 46 inches.
In 1911 the US Army switched from canvas leggings to leather puttees for all mounted services. There were several variations issued until the switch to leather lined canvas leggings in 1917. Current production are supplied in natural undyed leather.
RAF/ Royal Navy white roll neck sumbarine sweater (100% Wool). WPG had recreated the classic white turtleneck sweater commonly associated with submarine and small boat crews. It was also highly popular with the RAF. Order by chest size. Our Price: £42.86
In the 1930's the Army adopted breeches made of wool elastique, a heavy, durable (and expensive) fabric previously worn only by officers. Our Price: £59.88
WPG found some original WWII production camp equipment, including these sturdy folding wood, steel and canvas cots. Weight is about 30 pounds (13.55kg) each. These are used Very Good to Excellent condition, but ready for many more bivouacs.
Commonly known as rank pips, it is nearly impossible these days to match up originals due to the endless variations of this simple item. WPG offers these in a choice of shiny gilt (for service dress) or darkened bronze (for combat uniforms). Price is per star.
I have had to make reproductions of some of the most popular chevrons that can no longer be found. These are so good no one will ever know once you sew them on. Price per Pair.
Also known as Grenade Bags or Demolition Bags. New reproduction, KHAKI with OD trim. These are made like 1944 production originals with a hook on one end and a D-ring on the other. No one knows why they were made this way, but by the end of the war many had a hook on each end.