Shoulder Straps


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Shoulder Straps

 

shoulder insignia on the uniform of military servicemen used in almost all modern armies. In the Soviet armed forces, shoulder straps were introduced on Jan. 6, 1943, for personnel of the Red Army, and on February 15 for naval personnel.

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There is usually cowskin fringe at the openings of the bowcase and quiver and often also at each hanging end of the shoulder strap.
Featured in this collection is the Andreia tote bag which can fit A4-sized documents and bears a padded protective exterior, a smart sleeve, adjustable and removable shoulder strap, 2 side pockets, a 15.
Molded foam back panels promote airflow, and mono-mesh shoulder straps conform well to the chest.
If the shoulder straps were removed, the upward momentum could be enough to pull him out of his leg straps and away from the seat.
BACK BAND OVERSTRETCHED IF the shoulder straps form a Von the back, then the back band may be overstretched and you may need a bigger size.
McGee, D-Lynn, filed the bill to require shoulder straps on school buses 18 months ago.
I asked, as an inpatient in the Royal Glamorgan hospital early last year, why some staff had differently-shaded blue shoulder straps and learnt that it was to differentiate between staff and senior staff grades.
The bite valve fits into a special holster on the shoulder strap making it easily accessible and clean at all times.
wide seat belts that include two shoulder straps, a lap belt, and two straps that run between the legs and attach to the back of the seat.
5) Waterproof three-layer nylon jacket with interior shoulder straps and removable hood, $395, by Beretta.
Shoulder straps and belt straps are contoured and padded for maximum carry comfort.
It's not just a smaller version of a men's pack, the women-specific design features a slimmer width and height plus anatomically angled and ergonomic shoulder straps to fit a woman's shape.