This WWII Class A Comb Is A Military Classic Reborn

May 17, 2019

Category: Grooming

Inspired by WWII-era military equipment, Standard Issue 1942 takes pride in producing gear that’s built to last. The Standard Issue: 1942 WWII Class A Comb is a quality grooming tool with a familiar pocket knife design that you can take on any mission.

This USA-made, laser-cut brass comb is built with an integrated leather sheath tanned in Missouri by the prestigious Hermann Oak Leather Co. The retro hair comb brings the spirit of the original military grooming tool to the modern world. Flip the comb out from its leather sheath and run it through your hair to maintain a dapper presence and slide it back in when you’re done. Standard Issue 1942 will donate 5% of their revenue to the Hope for the Warriors foundation; every comb sold will help the men and women who put their lives on the line to protect America. If you’re looking for a portable comb ready for any adventure, you can add the WWII Class A Comb to your arsenal for $60.

Purchase: $60

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