At The Front

At The Front
At The Front is listed in the Clothing Vintage category in Columbia, Kentucky. Displayed below are the social networks for At The Front which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of At The Front on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 84.

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430 Rose Ln
Columbia, KY 42728
(270) 384-1965

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At The Front has an overall ZapScore of 84. This means that At The Front has a higher ZapScore than 84% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Columbia, Kentucky is 36 and in the Clothing Vintage category is 54. Learn more about ZapScore.

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We will not be attending the event at Rockford, IL this coming weekend. If you MUST have something for the event, give Gina a call so we can get it out in time :)


At the Front added 5 new photos.
Aged M6 Scabbards...a little of this, a little of that, plus some time in the sun and these suckers look old. They all have some trial and error involved so each ends up unique. I'll list a few on the site later this weekend. The rivets with concave heads came in too so I'll get back on making some Barwoods shortly.

Restocked. Finally...
Reproduction of the large rucksack worn by the German Gebirgsjäger (Mountain troops) throughout WWII. Our rucks are made just like the originals, with linen canvas, hand sewn leather fittings.

OK, now the blasted link works. Deal of the Day $50. Yes, Splinter A, (instead of the WWII correct Splinter B) but these are CHEAP enough to compensate and actually a well made garment.
Reproduction WWII German Splinter Fallschmjäger Smock. Sizes 1 and 3 only.

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