Offered is another nice wartime Ushanka in a nice worn condition. This example is unmarked, but in materials typical of wartime construction. There is nap wear to the fleeced cotton body, but little if any fur loss. There is a short section of open seam on the rear turn up and some minor damage where the left ear flap meets the body. There is also a 50 cm tear in the rear of the body that has been repaired. This damage is just hidden by the rear turn up an right side ear flap. The interior is again unmarked, but typical in construction. It is soiled with some minor wear through at the forehead. The hat has what appears to be the original ties, but they are resewn. The front flap is finished with a nice looking single piece cap star with full enamel. A sharp looking ushanka.