UNISSUED EAST GERMAN COMBAT PACK
UNISSUED EAST GERMAN COMBAT PACK
UNISSUED EAST GERMAN COMBAT PACK
UNISSUED EAST GERMAN COMBAT PACK
UNISSUED EAST GERMAN COMBAT PACK
UNISSUED EAST GERMAN COMBAT PACK
UNISSUED EAST GERMAN COMBAT PACK
UNISSUED EAST GERMAN COMBAT PACK

We have seen and sold many hundreds of East German rain pattern packs over our five years in business. In preparing to steamroll all of Europe, the Soviets amassed a considerable quantity of gear in East Germany. To this day there are warehouses still full of the stuff. The rain pattern pack is just one of those things that never seems to run out.

In line with Soviet doctrine, the pack was designed for speed and simplicity. About the size of a bookbag, it contains the essentials for a day or two in the field along with lashing down points for a shelter half or bedroll. In addition to the rain pattern pack, the East German soldier would carry a magazine pouch, knife, canteen, and an e-tool attached to his belt.

This no-frills approach allowed your average East German solider to sprint while hip firing — in line with a Soviet fighting philosophy that called for launching waves of dismounted, mechanized, and motorized units running alongside armor and their personnel carriers.

These particular packs are part of the "Gen 2 Fighting Complex." Because of this they incorporate a full rubber liner, similar to a dry bag. This "sock" allows the bag to remain fully weatherproof despite its outer-facing cotton/poly construction. It's not rated for submersion, but for everything else the thick rubber liner does the job.

Specs

  • Pack measures approximately 12" x 12" x 5"
  • Strichmuster camo cotton-blend shell
  • Clamp buckle secured lid with an unassuming carrying handle
  • Waterproof PVC sock and rubberized lid keeps contents dry and weatherproofed
  • Ideally sized for storing and carrying ammunition — will hold roughly ~3,000 loose rounds of 5.56 or the contents of two regular 50 cal cans
  • NVA 2nd Gen Y-strap webbing allows the pack to be worn like a backpack
    • Webbing has additional interfacing for anchoring to any combat belt
  • Four D-rings and three adjustable bedroll-style belt loops for external lashing
  • Name tag slot, always overlooked and unused

    UNISSUED EAST GERMAN COMBAT PACK

    Rated 4.9 out of 5
    36 Reviews
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    $12.99
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    $12.99

    We have seen and sold many hundreds of East German rain pattern packs over our five years in business. In preparing to steamroll all of Europe, the Soviets amassed a considerable quantity of gear in East Germany. To this day there are warehouses still full of the stuff. The rain pattern pack is just one of those things that never seems to run out.

    In line with Soviet doctrine, the pack was designed for speed and simplicity. About the size of a bookbag, it contains the essentials for a day or two in the field along with lashing down points for a shelter half or bedroll. In addition to the rain pattern pack, the East German soldier would carry a magazine pouch, knife, canteen, and an e-tool attached to his belt.

    This no-frills approach allowed your average East German solider to sprint while hip firing — in line with a Soviet fighting philosophy that called for launching waves of dismounted, mechanized, and motorized units running alongside armor and their personnel carriers.

    These particular packs are part of the "Gen 2 Fighting Complex." Because of this they incorporate a full rubber liner, similar to a dry bag. This "sock" allows the bag to remain fully weatherproof despite its outer-facing cotton/poly construction. It's not rated for submersion, but for everything else the thick rubber liner does the job.

    Specs

    • Pack measures approximately 12" x 12" x 5"
    • Strichmuster camo cotton-blend shell
    • Clamp buckle secured lid with an unassuming carrying handle
    • Waterproof PVC sock and rubberized lid keeps contents dry and weatherproofed
    • Ideally sized for storing and carrying ammunition — will hold roughly ~3,000 loose rounds of 5.56 or the contents of two regular 50 cal cans
    • NVA 2nd Gen Y-strap webbing allows the pack to be worn like a backpack
      • Webbing has additional interfacing for anchoring to any combat belt
    • Four D-rings and three adjustable bedroll-style belt loops for external lashing
    • Name tag slot, always overlooked and unused
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      I use it to hold boolet

      I have place to store boolet. Life is hard to when you have to hold all boolet with hand. Many boolet fall, lost to the flow of time. Now, all boolet safe, easy to carry.

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      Smells Great!

      Very neat little pack. Looks cool and was a decent price, good for a gym bag or a smaller backpack the day. Really really well made, I plan to trash this bag and I don't think it will ever fall apart in my life time despite being older then me. The only problem about this pack is the bottom buckles that hook to the pack come unhook from the metal hooks sometimes so I'm probably gonna flatten the hooks with a hammer to prevent this.

      Not too sure what these other guys are complaining about, it smells wonderful.

      Cheers Ivan!

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      Nice little bag

      Makes a nice bag for when a full sized backpack isn't necessary. It's pattern is subtle enough to not be questioned by others.

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      Great for holding mags and ammo

      Stored mags and ammo. Held more than expected. Still have to work on fitment with the belt but its great.

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      On point!

      Perfectly new and unused even though it's surplus - a solid little pack!

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