During the October Revolution the Red Army, for obvious reasons, needed its own uniform, which, moreover, could be easily recognizable. So a necessary attribute of every Red Army soldier was a budenovka - a cloth helmet of the Red Army.
Budenovka is made of wool, which makes it an excellent headdress for the cold season and bad weather. Budenovka was the main headdress of the Red Army until the very beginning of World War II.
Catchy and recognizable appearance make it an excellent gift and souvenir.
1. All-natural materials.
2. The symbol of the early Red Army.
3. Warm and comfortable.
4. Great gift.
5. Used by Red Army in Battlefield 1: In the Name of Tsar.
Weight: 70 gram