The Alberto Morion Steel Helmet is based on historic helms often associated with Spanish conquistadors, though soldiers across Europe eventually wore it as well. The helmets distinctive crest was intended to strengthen its design.
For your next knightly excursion, top off your armoured look with the Alwin Steel Bascinet. This handmade steel helmet covers your head as well as your neck with its attached chainmail neck curtain, called a camail or aventail.
Based on the Kegelhelm of medieval Asia and Europe, the Arlan Steel Helmet features a rounded dome shape that comes to a central point and ends in a horse hair crest. An attached aventail adds further coverage to the historic design.
When combined with a chainmail coif and padding the Baldric Darkened Norman Helmet increases your defense during LARP battle. Its classical design developed across Western Europe from the 9th century into the High Middle Ages.
A staple style of the late medieval era with Italian origins, the sallet provided great protection on the battlefield. The Berthold Steel Sallet is a wearable, handmade steel armour piece based on this historical European war helmet.
Modeled on the historical helmet style popular among the Norman peoples of Northern Europe during the Middle Ages, the Blackened Eindal Norman Helmet features a conical shape and a distinctive nose guard riveted to the forehead.
Inspired by the late Roman Empires horseman helmet, the Blackened Halanor Barbuta Helmet provides good protection to the wearers head and face and possesses an impressive look for LARP warriors and collectors to enjoy.
As warriors rise from the grave, they will appear in a wide range of armour styles. The Blackened Undead Helmet blends various elements of historical helms in a design that will go great with fantasy or medieval ensembles.
The Tapestry of Bayeux depicts the knights and guardsman of William the Conqueror. On their heads rest Spangenhelms similar to the Blacwin Darkened Norman Helmet, a perfect fit for those who wish to reenact the Battle of Hastings.
The Tapestry of Bayeux depicts the knights and guardsman of William the Conqueror. On their heads rest Spangenhelms similar to the Blacwin Steel Norman Helmet, a perfect fit for those who wish to reenact the Battle of Hastings.
Named after Bragi, son of Norse god Odin, the Bragi Steel Helmet is inspired by historic Viking helmets. Curved and riveted plates along the helmets front bottom edge add an extra touch of style to this handmade steel armour piece.
When you take to the battlefield, make sure to protect your skull with the Dietrich Steel Spangenhelm. This handmade steel helmet is modeled after one of the most popular European helmet styles seen throughout the Early Middle Ages.