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Used by light cavalry, this big "pocket" was not very useful to carry something. It was most a protection for the left leg of the cavalryman, and also a nice piece of these very particular uniforms specific to light cavalry, but also mounted artllery and some staff officers....

Dérivé du mot "sabeltasche", poche à sabre.
Cet accessoire (dans lequel on ne peut à peu près rien ranger!) protégeait en fait la cuisse gauche du cavalier des coups de sabre, la droite étant (théoriquement) protégée par le bras armé. La cavalerie légère était dotée de cet équipement ainsi que l'artillerie montée, sans compter certains aides de camps et officiers supérieurs qui portaient la tenue "à la hussarde".

We can make any type of known sabretache, just ask for it and we can make it in about 3 months. Some are on stock, in this case it is indicated.