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AG877

Parachute Infantry badged, Garrison Cap.

American WW2 Airborne Paratrooper garrison cap.

This is a quality overseas garrison cap with the Paratrooper cap badge and the Blue Infantry branch of service hat braid on it.

This is the correct Airborne Garrison cap that would have been worn in training in England before D-Day and during the time of the Normandy Invasion. It comes with the parachute cap badge already sewn on.


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American WW2 Airborne Paratrooper garrison cap.

This is a quality overseas garrison cap with the Paratrooper cap badge and the Blue Infantry branch of service hat braid on it.

This is the correct Airborne Garrison cap that would have been worn in training in England before D-Day and during the time of the Normandy Invasion. It comes with the parachute cap badge already sewn on, so the Paratrooper cap comes ready to wear.

These Garrison caps are made by Kay Canvas and are made from a specially commissioned run of wool to ensure the correct colour and feel of the war time ones, do not confuse these with other replica hats which are made from a high nylon content or which are too short in the height so they do not fit correctly. These side caps are one of the best replicas available a lot of time and effort has gone into making sure the colour and fabric is correct including the correct shade of blue for the Infantry piping. 

This is the US Army Paratrooper Garrison cap worn by enlisted men (Privates, Sergeants etc,) with the A class dress uniform or with the wool trousers and shirt. 

The O.D. (Olive Drab) wool garrison cap was worn with the A class dress uniform (4 pocket tunic or the short Ike jacket) and when you wearing the M9137 wool trousers and wool shirt, or with the likes of the M41 field jacket. It can be seen being worn around camp, while travelling and while training or simply down town at a dance or at an English pub. It was even sometimes carried in a pocket into combat.

 

Brand: Kay Canvas
Material: Wool
Weight: 100.0000 grams
Service: Army