Mike's Militaria Hand-Made Camouflage Helmet Cover

Camouflage Pattern

Don't forget these...

Recently, I finally made a project happen I've been wanting to be able to do for years: Making my own helmet covers out of super cool and hard to find patterns. I've gotten to the point where I'm comfortable sharing them with you. 

These have the drawstring attachment method, which is one of the best, and is why it's used by nations all over the world today and since WW1. I use 550 cord, so it's really strong stuff.  You can select the pattern and size. If your size is not there, check with me, and I'll attempt to get a pattern made in your size. 

These will work on most PASGT clones, and large and above sizes will work on most M1 style helmets/clones. These will work on and ACH, but fit a little different than a regular ACH cover due to the drawstring so it won't look as "Tight" on the dips and front, but it definitely works.  

NOTES: These are hand-made by me. Each one is going to be slightly different as they're not industrial-machine cut and sewn. That being said, I test each one on a helmet before putting it in the "good to go" pile. These may have slight imperfections, but nothing that will hinder practical use. Helmet and camouflage band are NOT included and are shown for display only. Since this is a custom made item, I may not have them pre-made, so please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. Usually it doesn't take that long, but I just want to make expectations realistic for situations that pop up. 

Now you can be the envy of your friends with one of these sweet helmet covers, and then send them my way to get their own! Anyway, if you have any questions, ask before purchasing. Thanks!

Material currently used for each pattern:
Afghan National Army- 50/50 Ny/Co RipStop 

T-Block- Lightweight Polyester Poplin

Red Dawn- Polyester Ripstop

Finnish M05 Woodland and Winter- Poly Blend

Rhodesian- Cotton Twill

WW2 German Oak A and Plane Tree- Heavy Cotton Duck.