The current British Army patrol cap is based off of this design, but this one comes in the forest friendly DPM (Disruptive Pattern Material) camouflage. Designed with a stiff peak and ear flaps which can be tucked away. Single ventilation holes are located on either side of the hat. Constructed from a blend of cotton and polyester - cotton for breathability and polyester for durability. Perfect for airsoft, paintball and outdoor adventures.
- Genuine British Army surplus
- Stiff peak
- Foldable ear flaps
- Ventilation holes on either side
- Poly/cotton blend fabric
Sizing: Hat sizes are measured by the circumference around your head, just above the ears. For more information on hat sizes, check out our sizing guide.
Content: Polyester/cotton blend
Colour: DPM (Disruptive Pattern Material)
Condition: Used/Good - Item is well used. There may be marks/stains/scratches or repairs, but it is still in functioning order. If you want more information on our condition ratings, check out our condition guide
The cap itself is nice. The earflaps only come halfway from the back to the side of the neck. If you have your ears on the back of your head they'll work, if not I guess you could use the flap to shade your neck from the sun.
A decent, basic camo cap. The shape is different to a baseball style cap, so not the best pick for summer in Australia! But good for milder months (not Winter). Definitely go up at least one size as Derek has said in earlier review. I stil found mine a little tight even with a larger size, but washed it and wore it until it dried and it was fine.
once you have owned one you will get it, these are fitted so go for 1 size up (up 1cm) as the ear flaps fold inside the cap. I had one of these back in 1978. fast forward to 2021 and its the same quality cap thats best for Autumn / Spring in NZ and worn with a beanie over in winter if your feeling the cold. the cut of this hat is quite unique, its a deep hat so when pulled down the head band can sit low. very comfortable and looks good in the darker Camo pattern