I picked up these gaiters and belt recently and thought I would post them here. All five pieces were made by Barrow, Hepburn and Gale, Limited early in the war. The dates and condition are nice, but the ownership stamps are the really interesting part of these items, in my opinion.
I guess the gaiters were probably captured and reissued by the Germans when they were abandoned by the BEF after Dunkirk, as one pair bears the stamp of the Luftschutz, or German air protection warning service. The khaki belt, on the other hand, has an Air Ministry stamp denoting issue to the RAF. I have seen other examples of khaki Pattern 1937 webbing with AM markings, but they are always dated 1941. Perhaps it was manufactured for use in the North African Campaign?