A perfect replica of the German helmet masking cover for the M35, M40, M42 helmet (Stahlhelmtarnüberzeug) - used by Waffen SS troops during World War II.
These covers were also used by Polish AK soldiers after taking the German stores during the Warsaw Uprising in 1944.
This cover is two-sided, in oak camouflage type, one side of the cover in the shade of the summer and the other in the shade of autumn - spring. It is a version with 3 hooks.
Suitable for helmet size 58 - 60.
Camouflage helmet cover (Stahlhelmtarnüberzeug) was introduced in 1937. Material was printed on both sides, each side with a different pattern, which increased the possibility of its application. There was often the penetration of color on the other side, which ultimately led to the creation of unintended effects and the formation of new shades.
There are 4 basic types of camouflage patterns: "platan" (earliest); "palm" (used since the turn of 1941/1942); "oak" and "pea" (in use since 1944).
Each of these patterns have two main versions - the "summer" - with a predominance of shades of green and the "autumn-spring" - with a predominance of shades of brown.