M43 Ski Cap by Erel
M43 Heer Ski Cap made by Robert Lubstein EREL.
The M43 Field Cap was based upon the Bergmutze Ski Caps of Gebirgsjager, and became one of the most widely used pieces of headwear of WW2. They had a slightly longer visor than the Bergmutze, but did not have the leather sweatband of earlier hats, due to the necessary economisation of manufacture. The M43 Cap was introduced in June 1943 and became one of the most popular pieces of German headwear in WW2.
This high quality, 100% wool cap with stamped, 100% cotton liner and two metal chin strap buttons finished in field grey, are a must for re-enactors or collectors worldwide.
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