UK Cap Comforters (Khaki Indian Army)

UK Cap Comforters (Khaki Indian Army)

A reproduction of the standard cap comforter as made in India during WWII, using our distinctive "Indian Army" khaki wool, which is more brown in color than the British version.   This item matches the Indian Army sweater full hose. 

 
Our PriceUS$ 12.00
Code204092000
Stock1132
Weight0.1
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ATTENTION:  The cap comforter is a scarf that you roll up into a cap.  To operate, you put your fist in one end, make a sock puppet, and roll it up (yes, many people ask).

I'm really getting tired of outraged customers complaining that we sent a scarf instead of a cap comforter.  Take your medication and read the instructions
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