Dark khaki canvas with woven canvas straps, brass rings and fasteners and black U.S. stamped on flap. The meat can pouch (89.1.1a) contains two leather sleeves (89.1.1b&c) for fork, knife, and spoon. The pouch is secured with four rectangular metal rings protruding through slits in the flap and secured with two narrow web straps on the underside. The entrenching shovel in its carrier was located between the meat pouch and the haversack flap and fastened to the flap with a standard M1910 belt attachment that secured to a flap with two brass eyelets. The bayonet and scabbard would be secured with the M1910 belt attachment to the let side of the haversack flap at the top and hooked on the side. The flaps on either side folded inward and fastened to the inside flap with three straps and woven loops into brass slip buckles. The complete pack can be attached to the ammunition belt with two adjustable shoulder straps and snap hooks that extend out towards the ends of the belt and one single strap and hook in the rear. Button holes on the lower edge are for attaching the pack carrier.