WW2 USMC Reversible Camouflage Helmet Cover- Reproduction

Want an inexpensive replica of the infamous "duck hunter" camo helmet cover used by the Marines in the South Pacific? This is a great choice. The brown side was made for beach landings, and when Marines worked their way further inland, the cover was supposed to be reversed to have the green side facing out for jungle camouflage. 

Whether you just want one for display, or for reenacting, this is a solid reproduction of the first pattern of the reversible helmet cover used by USMC and Navy Personnel during WW2. Made of a heavy HBT cotton material, and made without the foliage holes that were added on later models. These are correct for WW2 Pacific theater, and are sure to be a great addition to your collection or impression.  

HELMET NOT INCLUDED and is only to show you what these well-made covers look like on an original late WW2 M1. 

WW2 USMC Reversible Camouflage Helmet Cover- Reproduction

$26.00
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WW2 USMC Reversible Camouflage Helmet Cover- Reproduction

$26.00
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$26.00

Want an inexpensive replica of the infamous "duck hunter" camo helmet cover used by the Marines in the South Pacific? This is a great choice. The brown side was made for beach landings, and when Marines worked their way further inland, the cover was supposed to be reversed to have the green side facing out for jungle camouflage. 

Whether you just want one for display, or for reenacting, this is a solid reproduction of the first pattern of the reversible helmet cover used by USMC and Navy Personnel during WW2. Made of a heavy HBT cotton material, and made without the foliage holes that were added on later models. These are correct for WW2 Pacific theater, and are sure to be a great addition to your collection or impression.  

HELMET NOT INCLUDED and is only to show you what these well-made covers look like on an original late WW2 M1.