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Italian SEPT2 composite helmet, surplus

Italian SEPT2 composite helmet, surplus

Price 67.99 USD excluding VAT

When you have the PASGT helmet as the spiritual guide, you can actually trust the Italians to come up with a pretty good kevlar helmet of their own. Not sold for any actual protective use, only as a collectible!

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When you have the PASGT helmet as the spiritual guide, you can actually trust the Italians to come up with a pretty good kevlar helmet of their own. Not sold for any actual protective use, only as a collectible!

From the outside the SEPT2 resmbles a typical "Fritz" helmet, with a surprisingly nice leather & nylon suspension on the inside. The suspension styles have minor variations, but all do the same thing.

SEPT2 saw use from the mid-90s to the early 2000s, until declared obsolete and removed from service. Apparently they didn't release these a lot to the market, so grab yours now if you want one for a reasonable price.

Size info

Three sizes available, with the official Italian recommendations for wearer's head circumference in centimetres:

  • Taglia 3: Small, 55-56
  • Taglia 2: Medium, 57-58
  • Taglia 1: Large, 59-60

Condition

The helmets are used, but generally in nice overall shape. We'll say it again: these are NOT sold for any actual protective use, only as collectibles and the headwear of choice for the fashion-conscious consumer.

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Erik S. 13.08.2020 (Edited 19.08.2020)
I have seen these collectibles, in blue colour, issued to civilian monitors and whatnots in conflict zones. it feels light in the hand, and I hear it did not really stop any serious bullet in combat. New peacekeeper helmets weigh twice as much and are probably quite a bit safer.
I is a collectible, and you can go cycling in it, biking, saving your car from a serious hailstorm.
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