Soviet Suit "WW2"
The Red Army, like any other, required its own military uniform. These times were rough for Russia and this uniform had to be as simple, useful and cheap as possible. Now Soviet Union doesn't exist, but many people are engaged in military-historical re-enacting. The uniform from the past is produced for them.
This suit entered the army in 1943 and included a tunic with two chest pockets, breeches with two side pockets, a soldier's waist belt with a camouflage badge and a cap with a red star. By 1943, the Soviet Army had abandoned buttonholes and shoulder straps were already worn on tunics. In this uniform, the soldiers of the USSR ended the Great Patriotic War and it became a symbol of victory.
This replica of the suit is made of 100% cotton and most accurately repeats the appearance of a real one. The tunic is worn over the trousers and the trousers have special ties for more comfortable wearing of boots. A perfect choice for re-enactors.
1. Symbol of the victory in Great Patriotic War 1941-1945.
2. Was designed in 1943.
3. Original materials.
4. Perfect for re-enactors.
5. The set includes: a tunic, trousers, a belt with a badge
and a cap with a red star.
6. Boots are not included in the set!
Material of manufacture: 100% cotton.
Weight: 1200 gram