The Modular Integrated Communication Helmet (MICH) is an American combat helmet and one of several helmets used by the US military. It was developed by the US Army Soldier Systems Center and is a protective combat helmet used by the US Army.
The development of MICH is because the operators of special forces found that it is lighter, more comfortable, and more fit, which makes the installation of accessories easier, especially night vision equipment and communication headsets.
MICH 2000 Ballistic Helmet
M.I.C.H. stands for Modular Integrated Communications Helmet.
The main body of the helmet is made of MICH 2000 bulletproof mold 1:1 aramid helmet. The material used is glass fiber reinforced plastic (FRP). The thickness of the helmet is more than 7mm (0.27 inches), which is twice the thickness of ordinary helmets.
The inner lining block of the helmet adopts 9 American standard high-density memory foams. The module can be installed with DIY stuffing materials, which is more comfortable to wear.
The helmet suspension strap is made of cotton webbing.
4 stainless steel screws fix the guide rail, which can be connected with various standard guide rail accessories.
W/ NVG Mount & Side Rail.
Size: one size fits most, adjustable.