Developed and patented by Europe Mannequin, the north-african standing male MDP39 model has been specially developed to suit vintage uniforms and costumes, especially total height, shoulder width, waist, and thigh and calves circumferences.
The mannequin is hand painted with a specific north-african flesh tone to accentuate realism.
Articulations on shoulders allow the arms to slightly swing.
Rotating hand are made of thermoformable plastic. The fingers can be moderately bendabled by immersion in hot water. This operation can be done several times. There is also a space between each fingers to allow the fitting of gloves.
The feet are in two parts in order to allow to easily put on shoes and high heels boots.
Available optional dorsal rod for additional secure support where circumstances require its use , for example outside or areas where the public might knock off the mannequin.
Hand painted face. Specific north-african flesh tone.
Thermoformable plastic hands (finger moderately bendable by immersion in hot water). Spaces between fingers to allow fitting of gloves.
Articulated shoulders allowing the arm to slightly swing.
Two part feet that disassemble and allow to easily put on shoes.
Optional dorsal rod for secure additional support.
Included a brushed metal base with a fastening system to the back of the calf. Note that in most cases the mannequins will stand without the base.