Belgian helmet camouflage net, surplus
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A classic camouflage net for a steel helmet, these Belgian Cold War era surplus nets are meant for M1 style pots, but work practically with any steel helmet. If the net seems too tight, just use some extension cord to fit it right.
We used a Serbian helmet for the picture. The net might feel "impossible" to fit at first, but you'll see that by patiently stretching and fitting it over the helmet it will fall in place, it will get quite a lot bigger from the original size if needed. Make use of the drawstring.
Along with anything the nature offers, you can use any old shredded rags as camouflage material, the classic being strips of a cut-up hessian sack.
Used and in serviceable condition.