This dopp kit is limited to 7 pieces. It is made out of a French foreign legion Algerian war lizard camouflage zeltbahn. Used by the soldier as a rain protector or when two are buttoned together they were used a shelter or tent. The camouflage pattern is different, as go for the stitch details of the original zeltbahn. The fabric is water repellent. The inside of the kit is made of deadstock cotton indigo chambray and taped with indigo colored cotton tape
A dopp kit is a toilet bag that is used for storing men's grooming tools for travel. The name dopp kit derives from the early 20th century leather craftsman Charles Doppelt, a German immigrant to the United States, who invented his toiletry case in 1919. The kits became widely known during the Second World War when they were issued to GI's. Besides that, Dopp kits were once a common gift given to adolescent males as they ascended from boyhood to adulthood.