Steel helmet sample 1936 (SS-36) has the original hemispherical shape with a protruding visor and side fields-rays. The vent is located at the top of the dome of the helmet and covered with a cover resembling a comb, traditional Adrian helmets, only much smaller. The liner is missing. Canvas chin strap with a sliding framework buckle riveted to the rectangular loops, the holders of which are welded to the inside of the cap. Corrugated aluminum strip that is placed between the helmet and the liner for ventilation and amortization remained. On the helmet remained 70% original paint covering. Distinct outlines a five-pointed red star on the front of the dome, as well as fragments ink stamp on the inside of the field of the slope.
The average degree of safety.