Summer camouflage suit "KM-L" - SSO-MIL-SPOSN

Product Code: SSOMIL-0139

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The costume was created on the basis of the famous Soviet model of 1986. Taking all the best from the old counterpart, the new suit surpasses it in the quality of the fabric, cut, fittings and general consumer characteri... Read more...

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The costume was created on the basis of the famous Soviet model of 1986. Taking all the best from the old counterpart, the new suit surpasses it in the quality of the fabric, cut, fittings and general consumer characteristics. The product is intended for professional military, law enforcement and environmental organizations, hunters, lovers of active paramilitary games, etc. A jacket in a camouflage suit with a loose cut and classic design fastens in front with five large buttons covered by a single vertical windproof flap. The traditional turn-down collar in the back, on the inside, has three buttons to which a removable hood of the suit is attached. The hood itself is equipped with two built-in cord ties - along the front slice and in its middle horizontal part, which regulate its volume. The upper edge of the hood is tailored like an impromptu “visor”, and in the lower front part there is a valve fastened with two buttons. In the upper front part of the jacket, on the right and on the left, there are two patch breast pockets (160x120 mm), which are closed by flaps with a twist on one button. The left pocket is also provided with a central hole at the top of its flap and a corresponding internal channel for carrying a pen or pencil. Below, on the right and left, with an offset to the sides (for the convenience of crawling), there are two more patch pockets (180x160 mm), each of which is closed by a valve on two buttons. Another small patch pocket (130x70 mm), with a valve on one button, is located on the outer upper part of each of the sleeves. Each of these pockets has, hidden under one of the sides, a small mortise wedge for some increase in volume. Under the sleeves, in the armpits, there is a small triangular ventilation valve closed by a nylon mesh. The edges of the sleeves are tightened with a sewn rubber band in the wrist, and the elbow areas are reinforced with a double layer of fabric. The hood and the upper part of the jacket are equipped with a system of special loops to secure additional camouflage elements. Two loops are on the right and left hemispheres of the hood; two more - in the chest area (one above each pocket); five slaps - in the upper back (as if forming the letter “X”) and two - in the upper outer part of the sleeves (one per sleeve). The trousers have a waist part sealed with a double layer of fabric, slightly taut, on the right and left, with sewn-in pieces of rubber braid. Each of the five belt slats with a dial arrangement for 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10 hours has a hidden smaller pair, which allows the use of wide belts up to 60 mm and narrow up to 35 mm. In addition, a pull cord is built into the waist, allowing you to wear trousers without a belt. In addition, at the top of the waist, with a dial arrangement at 3 and 9 o’clock, two nylon loops for attaching suspenders are sewn. Covered with a flap, the wide neckline of the trousers closes with five buttons. In front of the trousers, immediately below the belt, deep classic mortise pockets are located on both sides. Below, on both trousers, are located, covered with flaps on two buttons, large patch thigh pockets (240x210 mm) with a margin in volume due to three mortise wedges on each. Two more small patch pockets (130x130 mm) with flaps, with a flap, on one button, are located behind, on the right and on the left, below the waist, in the buttock of the trousers. In the lower inguinal part of the trousers there is a small triangular ventilation valve closed by a nylon mesh. The sections of the legs, sealed with a double layer of fabric and pulled together with a sewn-in rubber band, are additionally equipped with built-in folding anther aprons. The latter can be refueled in shoes, with fixation with “sprinkles” and additional cord ties. The sciatic, knee and ankle areas of the trousers are reinforced with a double layer of tissue. The main seams of the KM-L suit are made using the technology of a seam with a chain stitch. The edges of the belt slats and the corners of the flap pockets are reinforced with zigzag braces.

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