Mountain Cap


The jaunty mountain cap (bergmütze) was a development of the Austrian mountain troop caps of the first world war. The style was adopted during the interwar period by the German high-mountain rifle troops (Gebirgsjäger), as well as many civilian skiers. This cap also was issued to ski-rifle troops and low-mountain infantry (jäger) troops. It was the forerunner of the popular M43 field cap.

Size: 56 sold out, 57, 58, 59 sold out, 60.
Price: $40 without insignia; $50 with "T" eagle and cockade insignia. Unfortunately, we don't have any of the metal eidelweiss insignia for these.

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