Paratrooper Liner - Westinghouse Style - Late War
Paratrooper Liner - Westinghouse Style - Late War
Paratrooper Liner - Westinghouse Style - Late War
Paratrooper Liner - Westinghouse Style - Late War
Paratrooper Liner - Westinghouse Style - Late War
Paratrooper Liner - Westinghouse Style - Late War
Paratrooper Liner - Westinghouse Style - Late War
Paratrooper Liner - Westinghouse Style - Late War
Paratrooper Liner - Westinghouse Style - Late War
Paratrooper Liner - Westinghouse Style - Late War
Paratrooper Liner - Westinghouse Style - Late War
Paratrooper Liner - Westinghouse Style - Late War

Paratrooper Liner - Westinghouse Style - Late War

Regular price $ 225.00
Unit price  per 

WWII U.S. paratrooper helmet liner. Late war Westinghouse type. Choose our complete or basic option. The complete version is ready to go! For those who already have the neckband, chin cup, headband or leather chinstrap we offer a basic version without those parts.

This a completely restored helmet liner with the features of a late war Westinghouse made jump liner; od 7 yokes with wire buckles, female dot snaps, 5 hole cotton chin cup*, black brass -A- washers, neckband & web harness with black snaps, sweatband and black buckle leather chinstrap.

We build these when ordered. Please allow up to ten (10) business days plus shipping time for us to build one for you.

*cotton web chin cup is only available with the complete liner, not for individual sale at this time

A word about helmet liners....

  • Can I choose the liner manufacturer? No – and we aren’t being mean. We cannot accommodate this request. It's impossible to maintain an adequate stock of ALL liner manufacturers.
  • Are all your liners from the WWII era? No. We also use postwar liners which are the same in shape and size as wartime liners.
  • Do you use U.S. style liners made by other countries? No! Never!
  • What is the condition of your liner stock? We take great pride in choosing what liners we're willing to restore. While minor defects can exist, such as; chips, hairline cracks or small punctures any liner that's too far gone is rejected.