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Austrian M1-type Helmet Liner, Surplus
Austrian M1-type Helmet Liner, Surplus.
Austrian M1-type Helmet Liner, Surplus.
Austrian M1-type Helmet Liner, Surplus.
Austrian M1-type Helmet Liner, Surplus.
Austrian M1-type Helmet Liner, Surplus.
Austrian M1-type Helmet Liner, Surplus.
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Austrian M1-type Helmet Liner, Surplus

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The famous American M1 steel helmet became so popular that it became the mainstay of NATO headwear fashion, and many Western countries made their own versions of it. This is the Austrian model helmet liner with leather insides. In all likelihood, it will fit inside all M1-family helmets. It also works fine as is in costume parties and other fancy occasions.

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Austrian M1-type Helmet Liner, Surplus.
Austrian M1-type Helmet Liner, Surplus.
Austrian M1-type Helmet Liner, Surplus.
Austrian M1-type Helmet Liner, Surplus.
Austrian M1-type Helmet Liner, Surplus.
Austrian M1-type Helmet Liner, Surplus.

The famous American M1 steel helmet became so popular that it became the mainstay of NATO headwear fashion, and many Western countries made their own versions of it. This is the Austrian model helmet liner with leather insides. In all likelihood, it will fit inside all M1-family helmets. It also works fine as is in costume parties and other fancy occasions.

The M1 steel pot saw action in every conflict from WW2 to the 80s. The helmet had a two-layer structure that combined the outer protective steel layer with an inner helmet, that shielded the wearer’s head from the hard outer shell. The Austrians decided to switch it up a bit and replaced the cotton insides with their own leather cushions. Leder, ja!

Features

The helmet liner consists of a plastic helmet part, with the leather cushioning and adjustable chin strap attached to the inside of it. As we mentioned earlier, you can most likely fit this into any of the M1 helmets.

Size info

The Austrian Bundesheer decided to mix it up by creating their own system with three simple sizes 54-55, 56-58, and 59-61. Like in European hat sizes, the bigger the number, the bigger the size.

Used surplus

Used, but in pretty good condition. Some metal parts may be a little rusty and the leather might be darkened. Some may carry white chalk markings on the outer shell and show signs of use. We do not sell these for protection, only for collecting. So don’t go joining a war or go catching falling bricks with this on your head.

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10.02.2022
Fit my austrian m1 helmet shell way better than the liner that came with it. It actually stays on your head now and it doesn't shift around as much. Overall, a pretty solid m1 liner. Mild oxidation on some metal parts, but nothing major.
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