Finnish fur hat, gray, surplus

13.99 USD
Finnish fur hat, gray, surplus
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The affectionate name for these in the army is elphant pussy. However, worry not, real elephants have not been used to make these for decades - instead these are made of high quality wool, cotton and fake fur.

No cockade included unfortunately, those have probably been picked out one by one by some poor blanket stacker and stored away. All the hats we have are manufactured from the 70's to 90's - a couple even had 1999 printed on the tags!

Genuine Finnish army surplus

Used, but in serviceable condition.

Product reviews

Rating average 4.5/5 - 2 ratings.


5/5
I would recommend for a friend
28.09.2016
If this is what Elephant pussy feels like on your head than I look forward to every winter. Excellent product and in perfect condition.
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4/5
I would recommend for a friend
17.10.2017
Bought two of those, one navy one grey. One brand new made in 2001, other almost new. Quite thin compared to traditional ushanka and fits rather weird at least for now. By weird I mean that with fold up ears it sits just on top of my head because the crown is shallow as opposed in ushankas. I kind of like this hat though. Be aware it fits tight, I am 59 in every hat and with this I wish I bought 60.
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