Paratrooper Helmet - Mid WWII - Westinghouse - Complete
Paratrooper Helmet - Mid WWII - Westinghouse - Complete
Paratrooper Helmet - Mid WWII - Westinghouse - Complete
Paratrooper Helmet - Mid WWII - Westinghouse - Complete
Paratrooper Helmet - Mid WWII - Westinghouse - Complete

Paratrooper Helmet - Mid WWII - Westinghouse - Complete

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Presenting our meticulously restored M1C paratrooper helmet for your consideration. This original WWII front seam helmet underwent our detailed restoration process, including new paint, texture, and the addition of an airborne chinstrap. The helmet liner, also authentically restored, is an original U.S. manufacture with Westinghouse jump liner features: web kit set with green painted -A- washers, od7 -A- yokes with cast buckle, and a 5 hole split web chin cup. It is expertly finished with a headband and leather chinstrap.

Sold complete and ready to wear, we craft our helmets upon order. Please plan accordingly and allow up to 14 business days for the completion of your order.

We are delighted to offer worldwide shipping. However, we must emphasize to our international customers that we strictly adhere to customs regulations. We do not declare our helmets as gifts and accurately declare the full value on customs forms. Please be aware that requests to manipulate or falsify these documents will lead to the regrettable cancellation of the order.

Let's talk about helmet liners...

  • Can I choose the liner manufacturer? Unfortunately, no. While we'd love to accommodate your request, maintaining stock for ALL liner manufacturers is logistically impossible.
  • Are all your liners from the WWII era? Not exclusively. We also utilize postwar liners that share the same shape and size as their wartime counterparts.
  • Do you use U.S. style liners made by other countries? Absolutely not! We stick with authentic U.S. style liners, never opting for those made by other countries.
  • What is the condition of your liner stock? We take immense pride in our selection process for the liners we choose to restore. Though minor defects like chips, hairline cracks, or small punctures may exist, any liner that's too far gone is promptly rejected.