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 Post subject: 2009 Uniforms and prices
PostPosted: Wed Mar 18, 2009 9:53 am 
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Uniforms now available:

Tunics- M36 & M40 £60.00 or £70.00 fully badged up, M42(SS or Heer), M43(SS or Heer), M44. £55.00 or £65.00 fully badged up EM. Isignia includes collar tabs, shoulder boards and breast or sleeve eagle.
Late War SS wool available soon.
Trousers- Stiengrau early war, M40, M43 £50.00
Ski caps-Fully badged up with high quailty Bevo insignia £23.00
FJ Jump trousers. Come highly recommened by one UK group. £55.00 Fliegerblouse will also be available priced around £60.00
Assault Gun tunics £60.00 and trousers £50.00 Cheaper bought as set. Panzer sets also available.
Officers set. WH, SS or Luftwaffe. Choice of tunics in various materials. Breeches also in choice of materials. Straight legged Gabardine piped pants. Formal or field wear. Officers M36 tunics with French cuffs and field grey wool breeches. Gabardine Overcoats. £150/200 a set depending on style and insignia.
Greatcoats M36, M40, M42. M43 Guarder. £85.00
Collard undershirts £23.00. Various colours. DAK and Lufwaffe
HBT'sVarious styles of tunic. SS or Heer. £115.00 the set
Luftwaffe Tropical setsTunic and trousers £115.00. Caps also available
HelmetsM35, M42 or M38 available. Factory finish £55.00. Textured respray with single dry transfer decal £85.00. Normandy camo with single decal £95.00

Anything you don't see listed and would like to know if I can get them give me a shout.

All above items are of a very high standard and not cheap field grey wool. Pictures to follow shortly

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 21, 2009 9:39 am 
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Some pics. More to follow once I have them badged up.

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SS Officers Tunic

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Heer Officers Tunic

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Officers Field grey tunic. Very nice quailty field grey wool. Patch pockets and french cuffs. Officers bottle green collar fastened by 2 hook and eyes. Satin lined with internal dagger hanger.

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NCO Tunics. Price depends on rank.

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SS M36 'LAH' Tunic

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Heer M36 Tunic

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Heer M42 Tunic

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SS M42 Tunic

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SS Late War Tunic

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SS M44 Tunic

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HBT Set

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FJ jump trousers.

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Dot pattern trousers. Very nice HBT material, has a feel of being worn without looking aged and faded. 5 coulors. £40.00

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M43 Ski Caps complete with insignia.

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Collared undershirts. Available in field grey, pale grey, Luftwaffe tropical, Lutwaffe blue and SS brown shirts


Customised Helmets

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Textured finish single decal SS M42. £85.00

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Factory finished M38 helmet. £55.00

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 12, 2009 11:11 am 
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What's the UK postage on tunics/trousers?? :?:
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 12, 2009 11:30 am 
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Peiper wrote:
What's the UK postage on tunics/trousers?? :?:
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Tunics are about £7.00 recorded. Tunics and trousers £10.00 recorded

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 15, 2009 8:33 pm 
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Thanks for the tunic Chris, it fits really well and hangs just as I wanted it too. Now to bling it up!

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 19, 2009 1:15 pm 
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To show comparison between two tunics please see below.

As you can see the two tunics are different (the style etc) The one on the left is one of Underwoods polish tunics that has been altered extensivly. The tunic was used in Outpost and is named to one of the characters. It has been tailored at the bottom just as they would have done back then. The wool is also alot darker and also 'rough' in finish.

The one from Chris is next to it. This has come straight out of the box (apart from the belt hooks) and has had no alterations what so ever. Yes there is a different in material and colour but not every tunic would have looked the same and you can see the differences on original examples. At the end of the day the Underwood is a high and reproduction and you can tell, I'm not sure where Chris get's his from but for the price they are good value.

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 19, 2009 3:02 pm 
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Ah right, thanks for letting me know.

Anyway what I was getting at was how I like the way Chris's tunic also sits nicely and is of a good length.

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do you take paypal?

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 29, 2009 8:13 pm 
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Paypal is fine.

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 04, 2009 11:03 pm 
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Topic cleaned up and pictures updated.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 06, 2009 8:37 pm 
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Chris,
What are your prices for the helmets???

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 06, 2009 10:25 pm 
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Gren-Schell wrote:
Chris,
What are your prices for the helmets???


Depends what your after and wether or not you supply the helmet to be sprayed or want me to supply you with one. Also depending on the size your after means you have more choice in shells. M35, M40 and M42 are available but sizes are limited on the M40 and M42's.

Mid to late war hlemets can be textured using Aluminium Oxide as per originals and then depending on customers requirements wethered or given a camo overspray. Half or full baskets can also be added.

Decals are the dry transfer type and much better quailty than the water transfer type. Type 1 and 2 SS decals available.

Will post up pics of an SS M42 and a very nice FJ helmet I am about to finish soon.

Anyone interested should PM me with an idea of what they would like to see about pricing.

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A cople more pics added. Also below is a pic comparing a Polish made tunic (left) Sturm tunic(middle) and one of our new tunics(right) All three are different shades of field grey which isn't a problem. The Polish made tunic is a very fine wool for an early M36. The other 2 are the same. All 3 tend to be about the same thickness. I wouldn't say any of them are thin material. All cut in at the waist.

The Polish sleeves are slightly too long, the Sturm sleeves are the same length as the hem and the new ones the sleeve is slightly shorter. All three are a 42" regular. I will get some pics of me wearing them so you can see how the actually fit. The new ones are proably the most fitted of the 3 but possibly not as comfy as the Sturm for running around in. For that I would be tempted to go a size up with shorter sleeves. The new tunics also gives the buyer the option of short, regular or long sleeve length. So far all those supplied have been regular and have all fit fine.

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Hi Dog Green,

your NCO Tunics looks really nice,your are with your Shop at Beltring?

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Axisloyal wrote:
Hi Dog Green,

your NCO Tunics looks really nice,your are with your Shop at Beltring?

//Andy


Hi Andy. Not at Beltring. Lets see what happens next year.

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