Deal of the days
$61.00 - $337.00
This conical helmet is especially interesting for archers. The helmet should be found to be the most possible field of view. The helmet is made of approximately 1.6 mm thick steel and has an adjustable leather inlay. About and is about 2.5 cm...
ready for battle
This type of helmet developed from the late medieval basin or bascinet. Until around 1420, it was the form of favorite helmet among the noble knights and warriors. The distinctive design of the visor gave the...
Burgonet helmet, 1.2 mm steel
The Burgonet developed at the beginning of the 16th century of the Sallet.Notably the Burgonet used by the infantry, then also cavalry and became one of the most common types of helmets of its time.
Cross-helmet, 2 mm soft steel, with leather coating
Ready for battle
Attractive reconstruction of a large transverse ca rudder. 1180 A.D., also called pot hull, bucket hull and barrel rudder. Includes a very comfortable...
Crusader helmet, 2 mm steel
- ready for battle
A replica ready for the battle of a helmet of the late 12th century worn by the knights of the Christian orders, such as the Hospitalries and Templars during the Crusades. It\'s...
European Close Helmet / Visored Helm, ca. 1520, 1.6 mm steel
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This reproduction of a typical early 16th-century tights helmet with hinged visor (known as helmet or close closure) is made of 1.6 mm thick...
$157.24 -50% $314.48
A fantastic-looking knight\'s helmet from the late 15th century. It is constructed from polished 16 gauge steel and is great for LARP, Re-enactment (subject to the approval of the group\'s security officer) and theater groups. Complete with...
$112.32 -50% $224.63
14th century helmet would have been worn over a bascinet or a smaller helmet to provide the best possible head protection. This type of helmet is described in several contemporary illustrations, which says a lot by its popularity. The riveted...