Collection: 1937 Pattern Webbing Compass Pouch

The 1937 Pattern Webbing Compass Pouch was a small pouch used to carry the 1937 Pattern Webbing Compass, a handheld compass used by British soldiers during World War II. It was an essential piece of equipment for soldiers who needed to navigate through unfamiliar terrain or under adverse conditions.

The pouch itself was made from heavy-duty canvas material and had a simple design. It consisted of a rectangular pocket with a flap that was secured with a brass press-stud button. The back of the pouch had a small loop that allowed it to be attached to the soldier's webbing equipment, typically on the waist belt.