GI M-65 Cold Weather Insulating Helmet Liner— Used

Genuine Issue

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These are the M-65 helmet covers initially designed for the M1 helmets, also known as the “steel pots” they were made during the Vietnam Era. Its outer shell is made of Nylon Cotton, and its interior is Nylon Fleece. These insulating helmet liners can also be worn alone as a hat; they feature earflaps that protect your ears from frigid temperatures and can be fastened under or over the chin, at the back of the neck, or folded up around the top with a hook and loop closure. 


These GI Helmet Liners are used, although they are in very good condition, they might still show signs of moderate wear and age.


  • Outer Shell: Nylon Cotton Interior: Nylon fleece lining
  • Forehead flap (protects sinus)
  • Hook and loop closure
  • Made in USA 


Its forehead flap perfectly covers and protects your sinuses from the cold; they also feature slits on both sides, allowing the helmet chin straps to be attached below the chin. These cold-weather helmet liners are fully fleece-lined, making it easy to retain heat. These vintage helmet liners are dated 1976, and they are a great addition to military vintage collectors or anyone who enjoys the outdoors. 


NSN 8415-00-782-2921

Care Instructions: 

Launder by the wool method, or hand washes with lukewarm water, low-temperature tumble dry.


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Customer Reviews

Based on 16 reviews
Steve K.T. (Cornersville, Tennessee, United States)
Great cold weather gear

Exactly what I ordered. Great price and fast shipping. 100% satisfied.

Walter A. (Burns, Wyoming, United States)
Great seller! Price and quality of the item were excellent!

Will purchase more from McGuire!

william m. (Houston, Texas, United States)

Just like it's supposed to be

Ralph Z. (Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States)
As expected

Quality was good

Michael S. (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States)

Just like I used 50 years ago while stationed at Great Falls Montana. Still just as warm as I remember

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