Looking for army surplus supply? You've definitely come to the right place! Soulja Military carries a wide range of army surplus supply including shirts, jackets, snoods, rucksacks, hats, caps, trousers, smocks
In addition to our online offering, our Camden Town store stocks a variety of genuine army combat and military-style tactical clothing to provide you with quality gear for all seasons and environments. Our range includes combat & camouflage trousers, jackets, printed t-shirts and shorts as well as a large variety of top quality and military hats, gloves and socks from premium suppliers.
What is army surplus supply?
Army surplus supply are goods that are sold or otherwise disposed of when no longer needed by the military. Entrepreneurs often buy these goods and resell them at surplus stores. Usually the goods sold by the military are clothing, equipment, and tools of a nature that is generally useful to the civilian population, as well as embroidered patches, name tags, and other items that can be used for a faux military uniform.
Military Wear In Fashion
Fashion and the military have a long and complicated history — reaching back long before Hugo Boss was sketching uniforms for the Nazis.
However, the case for civilians wearing military dress for fashion or other non-military purposes has a number of creditable arguments of its own. One goes that wearing military outfits can be a powerful but peaceful form of protest; a phenomenon that took off in the Vietnam war era when young people in the antiwar movement wore fatigues, camouflage, army jackets and cargo pants at public demonstrations.
Another school of thought views fashion as an important art form – as valid as music and visual art – and that means that, just like those other mediums, appropriation and borrowing from different cultures, creeds and regalia isn’t just an inevitable part of design evolution; it can be important as well as beautiful.
Whatever YOUR reason, browse through our army surplus online store and take a look at our wide range of army surplus outfits,