Absolut bästa väskan / ryggsäcken för dagstrippen till ett helt makalöst pris, dessutom helt ny (NOS).

Extremt slitstark och väderbeständig väska / ryggsäck från österrikiska armén.
Kan bäras både som en vanlig väska eller ryggsäck.
Ryggsäcken är ny och aldrig använd.
Med sina 20 liter är ryggsäcken mycket lätt och smidig, passar därför utmärkt för dagsturer.

Tillverkad i ett mycket kraftigt och slitstarkt material av typen Cordura (100% polyamid) gummerad botten.

Extremely durable and weatherproof bag / backpack from the Austrian army.
Can be carried both as a regular bag or backpack.
The backpack is new and never used.
With its 20 liters, the backpack is very light and flexible, therefore excellent for day trips.

Made of a very strong and durable material of the type Cordura (100% polyamide) rubberized bottom.

• 100% Genuine Austrian Army
• Made in Austria by A. Haberkorn & Co GmbH
• Dimensions: 38 x 35 x 13 cm
• Weight approx: 1000g
• Capacity: 20 liters

Please note that this is military surplus, therefore there may be small variations in model and color.

• Condition: New / NOS (New Old Stock) (long-term stored in military storage)
• Color: Olive Green
• Manufacturer: Military surplus product
• Order Number: MIL00137


Original Surplus - Austrian Armed Forces

The Austrian Armed Forces (GermanBundesheerlit.'Federal Army') are the combined military forces of the Republic of Austria. The military consists of 22,050 active-duty personnel and 125,600 reservists. The military budget is 0.74% of national GDP or €2.85 billion. Between 1918 and 1920, the Austrian semi-regular army was called Volkswehr ("People's Defence"), and fought against Yugoslavian army units occupying parts of Carinthia. It has been known as "Bundesheer" since then, except when Austria was a part of Nazi Germany (1938–1945; see Anschluss). The Austrian Army did develop a defence plan in 1938 against Germany[citation needed], but politics prevented it from being implemented. World War II role of the "Bundesheer": In 1955, Austria issued its Declaration of Neutrality, meaning that it would never join a military alliance. The Austrian Armed Forces' main purpose since then has been the protection of Austria's neutrality. Its relationship with NATO is limited to the Partnership for Peace programme. With the end of the Cold War, the Austrian military have increasingly assisted the border police in controlling the influx of undocumented migrants through Austrian borders. The war in the neighbouring Balkans resulted in the lifting of the restrictions on the range of weaponry of the Austrian military that had been imposed by the Austrian State Treaty.      
Original Surplus - Austrian Armed Forces
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