Soviet general's belt with a star and coat of arms
Which of us has not dreamed of becoming a general? Command troops, wear a beautiful uniform and be sure to have a real general's belt. Stich Profi cannot help you become a general, but we are able to let you feel like one by purchasing a real Soviet-style field general's belt.
This model is an everyday belt for the senior commanders of the Red Army. It closely mimics a real 1979 field sling. We have tried to preserve historical authenticity as much as possible, thanks to which, with our belts, you can create your own images on reconstructions or act in films, even documentaries.
Such a belt will be a great gift for any collector or simple lover of military subjects. Its value is enhanced by the fact that exactly the same belts were worn by real generals of the Red Army of the USSR during exercises and military operations. So this is not just a thing, but a product with a history, and a very nice one at that.
The belt is made in black or brown from genuine high-quality leather. From the inside, it is lined with an additional layer of leather, which increases its decorative value, durability and wearing comfort. The belt is evenly and neatly stitched with silk threads. The buckle is cast, made of brass, made in the shape of a rectangle with a large star, on which a relief image of a hammer and sickle is applied. The belt is fastened with one pin.
The belt is made very carefully and with high quality, the buckle is polished by hand. The product can be used for a very long time, without any visible signs of wear - this is an elite thing in terms of quality and durability, to which the USSR army has always had the highest requirements.
The thickness of the belt is 3-3.5 mm, and the width is 48 mm. Available in 4 belt sizes according to waist size:
- 1. 80-100 cm.
- 2. 90-110 cm.
- 3. 100-120 cm.
- 4. 110-130 cm.
This model is an original gift for any man, which is at the same time a luxurious accessory, a wardrobe decoration and a thing, analogues of which were put on by the commanders of the Red Army.