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    Mylle's Austrian Stuff

    Post by mylle on Wed Feb 19, 2014 9:33 am

    I know some of the Austrian  stuff I  have, was posted before-like in Philip's great collection,
    but I also want to share my Austrian pieces with you. Some of the things are without velcro.

    KAZ 59 Jacket with 2 frontpockets







    KAZ 57 Parka with 4 frontpockets(dated 1960)





    One version with custom enlarged cuffs






    KAZ 57  Pants








    DAZ 75: Shirt





    DAZ 75: UN shirt





    DAZ 75: Heavy shirt



    DAZ 75: Pants



    DAZ 75: Heavy pullover



    DAZ 75: Light pullover





    DAZ 75: Light Fieldjacket





    DAZ 75: Heavy Fieldjacket





    KAZ 03: Shirt/Fieldjacket light earlier version(2005)



    KAZ 03: Shirt/Fieldjacket light 2 version (2010)



    KAZ 03: Fleecejacket ,,Petzibär-style,,



    close up of the ,,teddy,, fleece




    Version from 2007






    Version from 2010





    KAZ 03: Heavy Fieldjacket



    KAZ 03: hard to get Nässeschutzjacke/rainjacket







    KAZ 03: Rip stop pants





    KAZ 03: Heavy pants



    KAZ 03: Khaki version light jacket





    KAZ 03: Khaki version pants



    experimental KAZ 01 Jacket





    KAZ 02: Experimental Rip stop jacket(from Sweden)





    KAZ 02: Experimental thicker fabric jacket





    KAZ 02: Winter pants



    KAZ 03: experimental light jacket(from Sweden)




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    Re: Mylle's Austrian Stuff

    Post by ripcord on Wed Feb 19, 2014 10:24 am

    Holy Crap !!!!!!! bounce 

    That is a mind numbing post of some fantastic stuff...

    Thanks for posting, it will be fun to go over this posting again...

    Have been wearing one of the heavy wool sweaters most of this winter...It is WARM !!!

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    Re: Mylle's Austrian Stuff

    Post by mylle on Wed Feb 19, 2014 10:29 am

    Thank you!Yeah the heavy pullover is really warm but also heavy, especially if you get wet.
    During my conscript time I hated this piece, mine was very very scratchy.

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    Re: Mylle's Austrian Stuff

    Post by ripcord on Wed Feb 19, 2014 12:02 pm

    Hey Alex,

    Yes, most heavy wool sweaters are like that. But I still collect, and wear them. Love that old school warmth.

    I use a thin/lightweight  long sleeve layering undershirt to eliminate the itch.... Very Happy

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    Re: Mylle's Austrian Stuff

    Post by mylle on Wed Feb 19, 2014 4:51 pm

    Thats the right way to wear them, they are ment to be worn with the DAZ 75 shirt(or something equal) underneath.
    I'm a fan of the fleecejacket when it's getting cold.They are great,keep you warm and are cosy! Very Happy Very Happy 

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    Re: Mylle's Austrian Stuff

    Post by mylle on Wed Feb 19, 2014 9:24 pm

    Today's lucky catch!
    Really rare snap button predecessor of the buttoned version from 1959!






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    Re: Mylle's Austrian Stuff

    Post by CollectinSteve on Thu Feb 20, 2014 4:08 am

    Very impressive! Many of these items are new to me. Interesting they contracted to German and Swedish companies for some items. I thought Austria kept production within it's own borders.

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    Re: Mylle's Austrian Stuff

    Post by saltefanden on Thu Feb 20, 2014 4:16 am

    Swiss camo was what got me going in this hobby in the first place, so wonderful to see more!
    The OD pieces are very impressive and varied! Cool beans!!

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    Re: Mylle's Austrian Stuff

    Post by mylle on Thu Feb 20, 2014 4:54 am

    Thank you both, steve and saltefanden!Austria had many domestic suppliers but with entering the EU, they changed to
    cheaper factories(perhaps even earlier). For expample KAZ 03 shirts,pants,heavy jacket and fleecejacket are made by FECSA in Spain. The rainjackets are also made by FEUCHTER, BRETSCHNEIDER.
    Some of the thermo stuff is made buy a company in Greece and the newer flecejackets are from CZISMARIK from Hungary. The old stuff was made by SLAMA,BURG(shirts),INTERSTYLE or BRENNER(heavy pullover) or PUTZ.
    The experimental pieces were made by LEO KÖHLER (KAZ 02 non rip stop) or the swedish company (KAZ02 rip stop,KAZ03 trial missing left arm pocket).

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    Re: Mylle's Austrian Stuff

    Post by saltefanden on Thu Feb 20, 2014 8:18 am

    Again; sorry 'bout the Swiss-Austrian mix-up, it IS the Austrian pattern and quality uniforms which is most dear to my heart, and I could kick myself for getting the country names wrong!!
    Gerherd Berger was even my favorite Formula 1 driver, back in the days, for heavens sake!  Very Happy

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    Re: Mylle's Austrian Stuff

    Post by mylle on Thu Feb 20, 2014 8:51 am

    Again bro' it's no problem. Laughing Were both skiing, leather pants wearing ,yodeling nations. Surprised  
    That can be easy mixed up.
    Maybe you can compensate it with some great Danish M/84 items? Laughing 

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    Re: Mylle's Austrian Stuff

    Post by saltefanden on Thu Feb 20, 2014 9:38 am

    Oh, I'm sure I can!

    Let me know what you need and I'll see what I can do for you! Very Happy

    All the very best!

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    Re: Mylle's Austrian Stuff

    Post by mylle on Sat Feb 22, 2014 2:59 am

    Well, finally I found something really rare:
    M-57/59 panzer overpants!







    No hand pockets, just pass throughs.



    No upper button to close pants.





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    Re: Mylle's Austrian Stuff

    Post by ripcord on Sat Feb 22, 2014 4:57 am

    Truly nice,

    Thanks for posting a wealth of great pieces.

    The Tanker trousers are something I have not previously seen...Nice to see  full length trousers in this pattern.

    rip....

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    Re: Mylle's Austrian Stuff

    Post by Philip on Sat Feb 22, 2014 6:01 am

    mylle wrote: I hated this piece
    Everyone does.. or at least me. And you.


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    Re: Mylle's Austrian Stuff

    Post by mylle on Sat Feb 22, 2014 8:16 am

    Nice to hear that Philip.Smile And we were not allowed to buy us the panlo windstopper. Mad 
    Anyway to rip: I found this great piece today and had to buy it.First I didn't recognised
    that it was the tanker variant. Then I saw the zippers and thought:,, Holy crap!I
    have to buy them!''
    You don't have that much luck very often Laughing 

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    Re: Mylle's Austrian Stuff

    Post by mylle on Sat Feb 22, 2014 8:26 am

    Forgot something again:

    KAZ 02 heavy jacket without velcro and patch.





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    Re: Mylle's Austrian Stuff

    Post by mylle on Tue Feb 25, 2014 9:16 pm

    KAZ03 khaki boonie

    Usually I don't collect hats and caps but this piece is nice and rare!
    It will soon have a new owner. Smile 










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    Re: Mylle's Austrian Stuff

    Post by mylle on Tue Feb 25, 2014 9:30 pm

    Matching boots for the desert stuff.

    Khaki Segeltuchschuhe.
    The leather is dark because it was impregnated.




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    Re: Mylle's Austrian Stuff

    Post by mylle on Sun Mar 02, 2014 2:28 am

    I'm back from my shopping tour at my favourite camo-clothing wonderworld in Vienna so that's the new stuff!

    Ladies(?) and Gentlemen!, I proudly present:

    KAZ 57 Parka from 1958!!!
    There are many interesting details(full collar etc.).







    Don't know what thats for:



    Note the loops for foliage!





    Small pocket on the back



    Strange rank sleeve thing?Just on one side.







    Tanker Jacket with fixed hood!Stamp isn't readable anymore.









    KAZ 57/59 Pants but without  integrated belt.












    Field cap.It was never offical issued but often worn.They were made out of tent-blankets by the barracks tailor-shops.






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    Re: Mylle's Austrian Stuff

    Post by ripcord on Sun Mar 02, 2014 6:05 am

    Just a few crappy photos of a great camo pattern.













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    Re: Mylle's Austrian Stuff

    Post by mylle on Sun Mar 02, 2014 6:13 am

    Nice that they found their way to US.You can be proud to have them.
    It gets harder and harder to find good pieces, even here in Austria.Wow, the tanker jacket with zipper hood! nice

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    Shoulder Roll

    Post by fourtycoats on Sun Mar 02, 2014 6:16 am

    i have seen the strange roll on the shoulder of a few parkas, sometimes on both shoulders and sometimes on one. The only logical explanation I can offer is that it is there to prevent a shoulder sling slipping off. This could be for a pack or a rifle carry sling?

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    Re: Mylle's Austrian Stuff

    Post by mylle on Sun Mar 02, 2014 6:34 am

    That's a good thought.Might be possible.

    For comparison the different types near each other.

    1.Model from 1958,2.Model from 1959,3.Model from 1960, 4.Model from 1973






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    Re: Mylle's Austrian Stuff

    Post by ripcord on Sun Mar 02, 2014 7:03 am

    Thanks for the comparison photos.

    Nice display of not often seen variations.  This pattern was used for quite a few years, and is certainly  a classic ...

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