Soldier's Pouch is a historically accurate belt pouch or satchel to use Historical reenactment, middle ages costumes, Renaissance fair, SCA event, LARP, or medieval soldier cosplay.
- Made with Top Grain Cowhide Leather.
- Comes in Black and Brown (brown shades may vary).
- Historical brass buckle.
- Vegetable Tanned leather button so the pouch can be easily removed.
- No visible Machine stitching on the front.
- 4 compartments for your items.
Measurements: The Soldier's Pouch's body total height 16 inches by 12 inches wide and fits a 3-inch belt and is shown on a 2-inch belt. This is a very large pouch!
Historical Accuracy: The Soldier's Pouch is based on Nobleman wearing this medieval belt pouch in "Les Tres Riches Heures du Duc de Berry", January, and from a recreation shown off in The Medieval Soldier by Embelton & Howe, and dates from the 15th Century period. This pouch is very large! It has two forward satchels with ties and a large compartment in the back. Added is a compartment for I.D. cards, fighter authorization cards, and/or membership cards. The soldier pouch also has a wood button so it can be put on or taken off without taking off one's belt.
This is the pouch I wear at SCA Wars on the field. I can put the treaty and marshals handbook and/or scenario strategy in the back compartment. ID and fighter card in a special pocket. Wipes, power bars, cough drops, keys, and cash. I can remove it from the belt without taking off the belt. I love this pouch!