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  • Erbsenmuster Pea Pattern Utility Crossbody Bag

    The Erbsenmuster, also known as the "pea pattern," was a German World War II camouflage pattern designed by Johann Georg Otto Schick. It was one of a family of German camouflage patterns used during the war and was issued on a limited basis to combat units. The pattern features bold, irregular areas of black printed over brown and green on a pale background. The pattern was also known as "Erbsentarn" (pea camouflage) or "M44" (Model 1944), as it was first issued in 1944. The unique design and color palette were intended to provide effective concealment in a variety of environments, from forests to urban areas.

    Interestingly, the Leibermuster, which was developed towards the end of the war, was inspired by the Erbsenmuster and was the basis for the Swiss army's "Alpenflage" or "TAZ 83" pattern that collectors in the West have dubbed "pizza camouflage".

    This bag is sturdy, stylish, and ready to go wherever you do. With adjustable straps and two spacious pockets, it’s the ultimate accessory for hiking, festivals, and everyday use.

    • 100% polyester
    • Fabric weight: 9.91 oz./yd.² (336 g/m²)
    • Bag size: 5.7″ × 7.7″ × 2″ (14.5 cm × 19.5 cm × 5 cm)
    • Water-resistant and durable
    • Sturdy fabric with fusible backing to add firmness
    • Inside and outside pockets
    • Adjustable strap
    • Two-way zipper

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