British/Canadian Helmet Netting
WW2 British and Canadian issue helmet netting. The camouflage nets were used to breakup the solid color of the helmet, to reduce the amount of light that could be reflected off it’s surface and to dampen the sound if it fell. Helmet nets were made of cotton cords woven and dyed according to the area of operation that it would be used in. Vegetation, and strips of burlap were often woven into the holes of the netting for further concealment. A circular camouflage net in brown color with its adjusting drawstring along its circumference. Nice complete, untouched WW2 original example. Fits the Airborne helmet, DR helmet, RAC helmet and Mk2 helmet.
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