US military issue steel helmets, rear seam, postwar production, swivel bale, repainted the correct dark olive drab color and fitted with khaki web chinstraps. This is the standard issue helmet for all soldiers and Marines in WWII, except paratroopers and Paramarines. Liners are plastic reproductions with green suspension. Externally, they look identical to the WWII helmets- but they are much more affordable.
All parts are reproductions except the steel shells which are US military issue. The liner components are Chinese made- only the Postwar and WWII Parts helmets have the ATF manufactured parts.
-Postwar US military steel pot
-Stripped and repainted in the correct WWII shade
-New ATF reproduction chinstraps (od 3 "khaki") bartacked on
-New reproduction liner, green suspension
-New reproduction sweatband*
-New reproduction liner chinstrap*
-New reproduction nape strap
*The hardware used in the liners isn't the sturdiest stuff. You may need to tighten the sweatband clips with pliers or channel locks. These liners were made with low price in mind. Cheap, cheap, cheap has consequences.
These helmets shells are NOT new.
We cannot guarantee these to be completely free of dings, small cracks, scratches, or a rough spots.
All U.S. helmets are assembled using military surplus steel pots and liners. These are 40-60 years old. All of them have seen service. Although we repaint and refurbish them, some evidence of their past use or wear is likely. .