Wildo Hiker Bottle
Size 7.87 x 4.13in / 20 x 10.5cm
Weight 2.75oz / 78g
NDuR Survival Tin
Includes a fishing kit, wire for a snare, sewing kit, and a multifunctional knife with fold out scissors and a wire saw. Also a whistle, a candle, cotton ball tinder, and a button compass and more.
This kit has been discontinued by the manufacturer, so get it while you can!
Canadian / US Army Canteen
Canadian Military Issue 1 Quart Canteen w/NBC Compatible Cap
Is not compatible with the Belgian Army Canteen Cup.
Grade 1 - Excellent condition
3 in 1 Utensil
Each set has one green, red, white, pink, yellow and blue.
Belgian Army Canteen Cup
Belgian Army Surplus canteen cup made of strong and thick aluminium with a strong durable handle and holds 550ml (18oz) of liquid.
DOES NOT FIT WITH THE US ARMY CANTEEN
Grade 1 condition
Butane Propane Gas Camping Fuel Canister
- Butane Propane fuel cartridge for use with screw valve
- 4oz Compact, perfect for the weight and space conscientious outdoors person
- Butane and propane mix fuel can be used below zerotemperatures and at high elevations
- Protective lid cover
Collapsible Water Carrier/Canteen
-Constructed of heavy duty polyethylene
-Sturdy Carry Handles
-Removable spigot for easy filling
-folds flat for convenient storage
Yugoslavian Mess Kit
Genuine issue Yugoslavian mess tin set, comes with KFS (knife, Fork, Spoon) metal mess tin with handle, plastic water bottle and cups.
All fits together into a handy pouch which can be put onto a belt easily.
Fantastic bit of history and an essential piece of equipment for any outdoor enthusiast
DD Thermal Water Bottle
There's nothing like a comforting hot drink out on a long-distance hike or a chilly camping trip.
This tough, dual-layered water bottle will keep liquids warm for 12+ hours, and includes a secure screw lid with a mini karabiner to hang from your hammock or backpack.
German Army Mess Tins
Modern German Army mess tins, similar in design to the ones issued to German soldiers in WW2.
Classic kidney shaped mess tin of the German Military. The Kochgeschirr was designed and introduced in the late 19th century in the German Empire. Subsequent variants were used throughout both world wars, to the present day.
Perfect for camping and hiking.
The dimensions are approximately 16.5 cm tall and 10.5 cm wide.
Genuine issue in used condition