First off, a couple TTsKO hats. An older M43 with real earflaps and a boonie, both from probably the early 2000's.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe I actually got both from panzerwerk awhile back, so thank you!
Tags are unfortunately worn on both.
Easily one of the most comfortable boonie's I've ever had the pleasure to place on my noggin.
Next, a 1990's flask pouch in the early wacky purple TTsKO.
With 1957 Soviet flask
The following stuff was all obtained by a great Estonian pal of ours, Merk, who provides a great source for this stuff and experience and info to go along with it.
So special thanks to him and a shout out!
Next up is a TTsKO ushanka. From the 90's or 00's.
Has a gold coat of arm's badge, according to Merk these are worn by professional/career soldiers, and conscripts doing their national service wear the Eesti roundel.
Apparently, for some odd reason, you can only wear the small dinky inner ear flap in cold weather, and not the actual ear flaps.
Writing of former owners, "PAITS" and "TAMMARU"
A HUGE winter TTsKO parka, obviously Afghanka inspired.
This one, according to Merk, is a "quintessential 90's piece" with lovely purple tint and epaulets, which served to put rank slides before they were removed and rank was placed on a single loop on the chest, sometime in the early 00's.
This one however was an Air Force one, missing its patch but Merk pulled through and found it and provided one.
Amari Air Base.
Not yet sewed on, but as it will be.
It also came with an East German UTV pistol belt, apparently the fashion back then was to wear whatever belt you could find.
And also, this 1990 Swedish field dressing in the arm pocket.
A pair of TTsKO summer trousers. These are also from the 1990's.
They are brand new, some buttonholes were still sewed shut.
A TTsKO rainsuit, from the 2000's. In the older front snap style, rather than the pullover.
Some dress rank slides, for junior officers.
Ensign "Lipnik", 2nd Lieutenant "Nooremleitnant", and Lieutenant "Leitnant",
A thermal cold weather undershirt, dated 2009. Nicknamed "Soble", apparently a staple of the "lounging" uniform
And finally some police stuff. Here we have an old Soviet era auxiliary police armband and badge.
Under those are a newer sleeve patch and some rank studs, very similar to the East German ones.
And finally we have a standard 1990's era Estonian police service uniform, sans duty belt and trousers.
The visor is an 8-point, and has a beautiful coat of arms badge.
The service jacket is a sort of Ike-style, and has the older two piece patch and tab on the shoulder, and I added the rank studs, although it is still missing two.
The shirt is a basic short-sleeve button up, and has two coat of arms on each sleeve.
And everyone loves photos, right?
Here you can see the dress uniform with rank slides
The old rainsuit
I imagine there were different twills, but my TTsKO trousers seem to have a higher polyester content than most later ones.
Maybe 90's uniforms were more like that? This lovely girl on the left seems to have a pair like mine.
Some 90's pics, showing the plethora of gear the Estonians used, as well as some of their own early stuff.
This man has a Soble, KLMK, old winter parka, and his M43 has that same coat of arms as Grant has on one of his caps.
Soble on the front guy
Very Soviet looking winter gear
Some Sobles under the summer uniform
This fellow decided to don some rain camo
ATC tower at Amari Air Base
Estonian police, 1990's