Waffen-SS M43 Tunic

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Fully featured SS Tunic for D-Day and Late War Impression

 

The M43 Tunic (Feldbluse) in the SS pattern was a further simplification to the construction of the German Tunic. But it was still different from the M43 army tunic and we know the differences. The pleated pockets and scalloped flaps were now gone. However, the proper SS Tunic still featured distinctive differences that highlighted and done as per originals:

  • 4 sets of double belt hook holes
  • Simplified pockets
  • 5 front buttons
  • Late-War artificial rayon lining

The Tunic is supplied with infantry shoulder straps but without any other insignia.

Historical Info about the m43 Waffen-SS Tunic 

The M43 Tunic was a further simplification to the construction of the German Tunic. But it was still different from the M43 army tunic by keeping the 5-button configuration, as well as different liner pattern and 4 sets of belt-hooks.

The M43 tunic started appearing from mid-43 onwards and by 1944, it was acting as a replacement tunic for the "Alte Hasen" and also for the new recruits.

 

Where was the SS M43 Feldbluse used?

  • Normandy
  • Italian Campaign
  • Eastern-Front
  • All Post-1943 Summer battlefields

Which division used the SS M43 Feldbluse?

  • All SS Divisions

 

 

 
 
Waffen-SS M43 Tunic

Fully featured SS Tunic for D-Day and Late War Impression

 

The M43 Tunic (Feldbluse) in the SS pattern was a further simplification to the construction of the German Tunic. But it was still different from the M43 army tunic and we know the differences. The pleated pockets and scalloped flaps were now gone. However, the proper SS Tunic still featured distinctive differences that highlighted and done as per originals:

  • 4 sets of double belt hook holes
  • Simplified pockets
  • 5 front buttons
  • Late-War artificial rayon lining

The Tunic is supplied with infantry shoulder straps but without any other insignia.

Historical Info about the m43 Waffen-SS Tunic 

The M43 Tunic was a further simplification to the construction of the German Tunic. But it was still different from the M43 army tunic by keeping the 5-button configuration, as well as different liner pattern and 4 sets of belt-hooks.

The M43 tunic started appearing from mid-43 onwards and by 1944, it was acting as a replacement tunic for the "Alte Hasen" and also for the new recruits.

 

Where was the SS M43 Feldbluse used?

  • Normandy
  • Italian Campaign
  • Eastern-Front
  • All Post-1943 Summer battlefields

Which division used the SS M43 Feldbluse?

  • All SS Divisions

 

 

 
 
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