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Belgian Army Backpack, Canvas Haversack, 1950s

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by guygardner, Sep 10, 2012.

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  1. guygardner

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    This is a Belgian army surplus backpack from 1950s. This bag is made of very strong cotton canvas. Comes with adjustable straps for use as a backpack. Bag has no inside dividers, as was normal for this kind of bag. Bag is in excellent vintage condition. Bag has metal buckles. Bag also comes with messenger bag strap for use as a large shoulder bag. This bag has a lot of character and will outlast you. Good for another 60 years. Get it while you can, there aren't many like this left. Very similar to the Danish army backpack I am also selling.

    This listing has photos of the model of bag I am selling, but not necessarily the specific bag, since I'm selling a few of these bags I can't put photos of each bag in the listing. All bags are in similar condition though, with working buckles, straps and without holes or tears. Some may have slightly different markings but all are the same model of bag. please send me a message if you would like to see photos of the individual bag being sold.

    Width, height and length can depend on how the bag is packed, this is flexible canvas. Measurements were taken with the bag unpacked:

    Length: 16 inches
    Width: 6 inches
    Height: 14 inches
    Strap drop (for messenger bag strap): 23 inches

    Shipping:
    Canada---> $11
    USA----> $16

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