Aviator Helmet and Goggles Set
- Cloth faux leather skull cap
- Stitching along sides
- Transparent goggles w/ foam padding around eyes
You can’t go back in time to become a World War I pilot, or if you have a time machine we’re assuming you have a better source of period clothes. You could get your pilot’s license, but that seems like a lot of work. And who can afford a plane? What you can do is put this Vintage Pilot Helmet and Goggles on and feel like a real pilot, ready to take on the Red Baron, Red Skull, or whatever other crimson menace you can come up with. Then, all you have to do is pretend your ride is a Sopwith Camel and you’re set.
Perfect for any early 20th century pilot costume, including Charles Lindbergh or Amelia Earheart––and you won’t even have to have your baby stolen or disappear over the ocean to rock this cool aviator look! If you’re the subject of fascination for years after your death, it’ll only be because you look so cute in this getup! Aviation’s gotten a little safer over the course of the last century. They say flying in a plane is safer than riding in a car. But that shouldn’t stop you from wearing this Vintage Pilot Helmet and Goggles in coach if it makes you feel better––what if someone cracks a window?
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- Did not receive same itemBy Anonymous | June 15, 2016I ordered this as a costume for my son's school presentation on Charles Lindbergh. I specifically ordered this one because I liked the contrast of the white foam around the goggles, as pictured. However, the goggles that I received had black foam which provided no contrast at all when my son had the goggles up and on top of the helmet. I was less than pleased especially since I paid for overnight freight.Was this review helpful to you?Monster Responds...I'm so sorry about that! Sometimes the vendor or manufacturer will make design changes without providing us with a new image for the website. I am going to make sure to take a look into this, and if you'd like to reach out to our Customer Service Department they will be more than happy to help with resolving this for you. We look forward to hearing from you soon!