Museum Grade Reproductions
Museum Grade Reproductions
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Many hours of research and development go into each item. Starting with original pieces from which we make our patterns, to scanning the globe in order to acquire the correct materials to complete the item. In the end, its all about providing reproductions that truly are masterpieces in their own right.
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The finest reproduction of the M38 Fallschirmjäger helmet ever produced.
Available in 68cm and 71cm shell sizes.
High quality replacement parts are available for restoring original helmets or upgrading reproduction shells.
Issued for camouflage purposes.
Hook on and drawstring type available.
Made from olive cotton twill or splittertarn b cotton twill. Sewn with 100% cotton thread. Size 66,68 and 71cm available.
A 1:1 Reproduction of the jump smocks worn by the Fallschirmjäger
The first “wartime” issued smock.
Originally designed to be worn over the equipment and discarded after the jump.
To accommodate this its cut was very baggy. Thus it took on a sack like appearance when worn. Hence its nickname, "knochensack" or bone sack.
Produced in large numbers but few remain in their original configuration.
Can be observed in use from 1938-45.
After the initial campaigns. It was determined that a new smock design was needed. Beginning in 1940, the FJ was issued a smock which now featured pockets and a relief fly.
Originally made from Grünmeliert and later in Splittertarn B fabric, but examples
also exist in solid green twill, tan and braunmeliert. Observed in use from 1940-45.
Beginning in 1942 a new type of smock was issued that eliminated the cumbersome "step in" design of the earlier smocks.
The M42 has a full button front and larger pockets as well as a holster, e tool loop and internal waist adjustment ties. This model exclusively utilized camouflage fabric in its construction.
Observed in use from 1942-45.
All model smocks are cut to fit over the fliegerbluse. They were issued in 3 sizes. 1, 2 and 3 (small, medium and large. Each size had 3 lengths. A, B and C (short, regular and long). There was NO size 4 issued.
Refer to the chart for your size. For example. If you wear a size 42 Regular in a fiegerbluse, you would choose a size 2B smock.
Custom woven to original specifications.
Used for the construction of the M38,M40 and as a base fabric for
Splittertarn B camouflage.
Originally used for Luftwaffe fight suits and caps. Surplus stocks of this material was used to make M40 smocks and a limited run of which had Splittertarn B printed on it. FJ Werke had this fabric custom woven using an original material swatch.
Leftover stocks of Grünmeliert were used as the base fabric for Splittertarn B camouflage. This is custom screened here at FJ Werke and as with original wartime produced camouflage, its registration, colors and saturation can vary from run to run.
Stocks of Braunmeliert fabric was used as a base for Splittertarn B. Some of the earliest known M40 camouflaged smocks were made from this material. This is custom screened here at FJ Werke matching the colors from original examples. As with original wartime produced camouflage, the printing registration, colors and their saturation can vary from run to run.
Commonly used in the production of M40 and M42 smocks. This is custom screened here at FJ Werke. As with original wartime produced camouflage, its printing registration, colors and their saturation can vary from run to run.
Commonly used in the production of M42 smocks. The weave can vary from a light weight poplin to a heavier zelt canvas. This is custom screened here at FJ Werke. As with original wartime produced camouflage, its printing registration, colors and their saturation vary from run to run.
Developed in 1943 for use in the Mediterranean and Russia but it is observed in use on all fronts. Printed on a wide range of base fabrics with various shades of olive green and red brown colors. As with original wartime produced camouflage, its printing registration, colors and their saturation vary from run to run.
A rare variant that utilizes the Splitter B pattern but with Sumpftarn colors. Original smock examples are known to be produced in Poland and are all dated 1944.
Specialized equipment issued to the Fallschirmjäger
Made from various blue/grey colored linen, cotton and rayon fabrics. PRYM 6 snaps, 100% cotton thread and original type markings.
Made from Splittertarn B camouflage screen printed onto linen, cotton and rayon fabrics. PRYM 6 snaps, 100% cotton thread and original type markings.
Late war issue. Made from various tan/oliv colored linen, cotton and rayon fabrics. PRYM 6 snaps, 100% cotton thread and original type markings.
Made from our cotton canvas material. 1:1 Reproduction. Also available in Sumpf 43.
Made from a medium/heavy weight cotton canvas. It has the correct webbing, hardware and is sewn with heavy 100% cotton thread. The color of the canvas and webbing can vary from batch to batch.
M24 grenade bags specially designed for Fallschirmjager use. Available in blue grey canvas and olive linen with metal RAPID or plastic RiRi zippers.
A 1:1 all steel reproduction. These are copied directly from an original example. Unlike others, these have the correct shape, threads and disassemble like an original. Various fuse colors and dates to choose from. $50.usd (volume discounts available)
Developed in 1943 for the Luft. Field Divisions but they were also issued or "acquired" by FJ units. These have the correct long cut and over sized collar as observed on original examples. Available in Splitter B printed canvas, grunmeliert and linen drillich. Sized similar to the knochensacks. Price starting at $350usd
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