Deal of the days
is a steel helmet inspired by infantry armor used during the middle ages.
The edge of the kettle is wide and inclined to protect the head and face of weapons, projectiles and Sun.
Use this helmet with a metal hood for added...
Solid reconstruction of a medieval hat of the kettle. This kind of hlemet was used in the 14th and 15th centuries.
This helmet is "only" made of steel of 1.6 mm. However, the riveted steel bands give the kind of protection...
Crusader helmet, 2 mm mild steel with leather coating
Ready for battle
Attractive reconstruction of a great helm of ca. 1180 a.d., also called pot hull, hull and rudder bucket barrel. Includes a leather inlay comfort as...
This very authentic reconstruction of the German Sallet dated around 1490 is driven from 1.6 mm (approx. 16 gauge) thick steel sheet.The visor is fixed with beautiful, hand-forged rivets.It is locked by a pin mounted in the lowest stage.The...