Panzer SS M40 Field Service Cap - EREL®

Robert Lubstein (EREL)

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Standard enlisted man's overseas cap issued to all members of the German Panzer SS until the introduction of the M43 Field Cap in 1943. Top Black wool with eagle and skull included. Made in Germany by Robert Lubstein.

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Weight :0.13 kg
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Size guide
SMLXL
Inch6 3/46 7/877 1/87 1/47 3/87 1/27 5/8
Centimeter5556575859606162

Helmets

XSSMLXLXXL
Helmet646668
Head (cm)565758596061
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Panzer SS M40 Field Service Cap - EREL®

Panzer SS M40 Field Service Cap - EREL®

Standard enlisted man's overseas cap issued to all members of the German Panzer SS until the introduction of the M43 Field Cap in 1943. Top Black wool with eagle and skull included. Made in Germany by Robert Lubstein.

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This field cap was adopted to replace the old M34 style Verfügungstruppe field cap in late 1940. On first glance, it is similar to the Fliegermütze of the Luftwaffe, but on closer examination, a major difference emerges. The lower edge of the Luftwaffecap is straight, but the SS cap has a pronounced downward curve toward the rear. This produces a "tail" effect on the back of the head (see photos below and at lower right). Insignia included.

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