This is a accurate reproduction of the 33' rope issued to WWII paratroopers to let themselves down should their parachutes become tangled in tree branches and usually seen in photographs of the period tangling from the pistol or cartridge belt or slung below the musette bag.
Paratrooper gloves. "Gloves Horshide riding unlined". These leather gloves developed for mounted troops werre also issued to all ranks of paratrooper units. Reproduction.Multiple sizes available. Select your size on the right side.
A close fitting, wool knit cap with a small visor, and when worn reversed comes below the ears and is often worn under the helmet. One size. Stock No.73-C-40000-73-C-40025
Jacket, combat winter. Stock. no. 55-J-100-55-J-130. A windproof water repellent cotton jacket with wool kersey lining and knitted wool waistband, cuffs and neck.
Trousers Parachute JumperStock No. 55-T-40499-55-T-4053. Trousers, parachute jumper, are wind ressistant, water repellent cotton poplin, tapered to stay inside the boots. (OQMG circulair no 4-revised august 1943) Stock No. 55-T-40499-55-T-4053
Coat Parachute jumper A short coat of windproof, water repellent cotton cloth with large pockets at top and sides. (Quartermaster supplu catalog. OQMG circulair no. 4-revised auguste 1943)