Mil-Tec leather flying cap
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The cap is real cow leather with a cotton lining. Please don't throw in the washing machine.
The fit is very snug. If you want it to sit comfortably, you'll definitely like one size bigger than you'd usually wear. Our staff found that with a 58 cm head circumference size XL is a good fit, and 2XL was a great fit on a 60 cm head. Centimeter measurements in brackets reflect reality quite accurately.
Made by Mil-Tec
Factory new, made by Mil-Tec. Proudly made in Pakistan.