58 Pattern Webbing Set
58 Pattern Webbing Set 58 Pattern Webbing Set 58 Pattern Webbing Set 58 Pattern Webbing Set 58 Pattern Webbing Set 58 Pattern Webbing Set 58 Pattern Webbing Set 58 Pattern Webbing Set 58 Pattern Webbing Set 58 Pattern Webbing Set

58 Pattern Webbing Set

Product Ref: 01920.   Military Issue - Used
(4 reviews)
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Further Information
Further Information
  • Large pack
  • Left ammo pouch with bayonet loop
  • Right ammo pouch with KFS compartment
  • Water bottle pouch
  • Double kidney pouches
Complete set of genuine issue 58 pattern webbing. This is very heavy duty webbing and is much sought after. Good condition with all metal buckles, straps, etc.
Please note that this is no longer supplied with the poncho roll or belt and the reduced price reflects this. We do have new replica 58 pattern belts available separately.
Q & A's
Q & A's
Q: Would this webbing set fit a 42inch waist?
A: These sets are without belts, but the 58 pattern belt we sell separately is adjustable up to a 44 inch waist.
Q: Is this product suitable for a 13 year old to take to army cadet camp?
A: It would do the job, but most cadets use the Webtex pouches along with a PLCE belt and yoke, which we also sell.
Reviews (any views expressed are solely those of the reviewer)
Reviews
Amazing kit!
This gear is pretty much bulletproof. not the most comfortable, but when working in the northern canadian bush comfort takes second place in importance to reliablilty, and this fits the bill.
Pros: Fits well, Natural materials, Holds up to abuse, Holds loads of stuff, Easy to fix if problems arise
Cons: Tends to freeze, Heavy when wet, If not fitted properly can chafe
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Charles in Canada

Excellent bit of kit
Iv used this kit for 8 yrs of service, tough and usable, worth the price load capacity is good, use padding to make it more comfatable when hiking long distance
Pros: Excellent bit of kit, Worth the money
Cons: Nipple rash on long journeys tho
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Jim b in Hampshire

Good Bit of Kit
This set of webbing was standard stuff until PLCE came in. In my humble opinion it is considerably better. The kidney pouches hold more and are more comfortable than the water-bottle size pouches on PLCE! The Magazine pouches fit magazines much easily too as the newer models of webbing. The backpack is much better than humping a Bergen around, believe me!
Pros: Comfortable, Good Capacity
Cons: Heavy When Wet
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Sam in London

Good webbing for the price
I havent ordered this product from this website. But i live in canada and I have the entire set, i have used it for a number of exercises. It is an overall good webbing system and has the american A.L.I.C.E system beat because of its durability unfortunetyly its olive drab wcich lowers your concealment factor by a bit.... but not by much.
Pros: Durable, Affordable
Cons: Only comes in olive drab
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Panzerkommandant in Canada

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