Since every helmet is slightly different, and the nature of the tin shields do not allow for any flexibility, your front will be shipped without holes pre-drilled. Please follow the instructions in the video below to learn how to measure and drill holes in your helmet front.
"Wasn’t a fan of a tin shield at first until I let my tradition ego down and actually gave it a chance. Definitely holds up better than leather and don’t burn up and shrink and keeps your brass from smashing. As far as tradition, the leather will still be on my head, but my shields will be tin...."
— MICHAEL BAKER