Throughout history military maps have served as symbols of status and authority due to their obvious significance in regards to strategy and battle plans. Do you trust your important documents to cheap folders, bags and cases? Neither does the military. That is exactly why you can rest assured that this bag is built tough and ready for service. These Czech map cases were likely originally designed for and used by high-ranking officials in the army of the Czech Republic, which has existed in many different forms dating back to the early 20th century.
As noted, each Czech map case offered by Keepshooting.com is an authentic piece of Czech military surplus – although you would have never guessed it by looking at them. That is because each of our Czech map cases are in like-new condition and were probably never even issued. The leather is crisp, the military-grade stitching is intact and each map case is ready to begin a lifetime of service starting today.
Featuring a partial, full-grain leather construction, the Czech map case measures approximately 15 inches by 10 1/2 inches and is expandable to about 3 1/2 inches, offering a wealth of storages space and options. The buckle-locked closure flap opens to reveal a spacious main compartment with a divider that seems to be designed specifically to accommodate a tablet. There is even an extra pocket sewn into one of the dividers. The closure flap itself includes two snap fasteners that give way to a full-sized pocket that is capable of storing important documents or other flat items, including magazines, folders and more. On the outside of the main compartment, you will find seven elastic bands designed for pens and pencils as well as one larger elastic band that is capable of holding a small flashlight or some other similarly-sized tool. Underneath the pen and pencil holders, you will find two small pouches suitable for business cards and other small items, as well as a secondary pocket that measures 10 inches by 3 1/2 inches and features small security buckles for ensured closure. Finally, each Czech map case offers a carrying handle and an adjustable shoulder strap for easy transport.
What would you rather buy a synthetic case that looks nice but is unlikely to last or a leather map case that you know will last because it has already proven its worth by surviving this long? The choice is clear. Pick up a Czech map case today for just $11.95.