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A classical viking helmet assembled from two parts. The lower part is decorated with rivets. It has got a cotton covered foam padding on the inside and two leather straps to make it fit tightly to the head.
THE universal spray made by the Ballistol company. Can be used for metal, just as well as leather and various other materials. A well known care product for animals paws and fur; a true allrounder, completly untoxic. We advise it for metal armour care and protection of leather armours.The practical 50ml spray can for your journeys, or the large 200ml spray can for your home.Please read the containers warnings section.Can not be exported outside the EU due to EU-law.
A classical "spangen helmet" from the early middle-ages. The surrounding riveted steel straps make it extremely robust against blows from the top. The long nasal offers good protection for the face without limiting the wearer´s fiel of vision. It has got a cotton covered foam padding on the inside and two leather straps to make it fit tightly to the head.Material: 1mm Steel
This helmet was built according to an italo-normannic antetype. Its characteristics are the curved nasal and the counter swing in the upper part of the helm that resembles a phrygian hat. It has got a cotton covered foam padding on the inside and two leather straps to make it fit tightly to the head.Material: 2mm Steel
This type of helmet was called "cervelliere" (scull cap) and introduced in the 13th century and was supposed to be worn underneath a great helmet in addition to the coif of mail.Getting out of style in the 14th century, they became popular in the 16th century again, when worn by lansquenets under their felt or leather hats.This simple model has a big opening for the face and a central crest along. The neck is enlongened to offer better protection to this area. The back part is decorated with two rows of rivets.The helmet is delivered with an inner liner of foam and a leather chin strap.Material: 1.2mm steelColour: blankSize: up to 60cm circumference
This classical "spangenhelm" is based on historical models and has its roots in Northern Europe during the early Middle Ages. Even before that, it was worn by nomadic peoples during Late Antiquity. That's why it is ideally suited for use in the portrayal of Norse characters. This helmet type's name may be traced back to the German word "Spange", which was used to describe the metal strips used to join the metal sheets to create the helmet.Material: steel plateSizes: small (56-58) and large (59-62)Colous: blank and burnishedThe spangenhelm was one of the most common types of head armour during Late Antiquity and the early Middle Ages. It as relatively easy to make, and production was even possible in larger quanitities without great effort. This made it very popular with a variety of warlike peoples. Typical for a spangenhelm is the head strip, which forms the base for the head plates. Oftentimes, this metal headband was aditionally adorned or reinforced. Archeological finds often indicate brow ornaments or other embellishments. The helmet's conical shape formed when the individual plates were rivited together. In many cases, chainmail mesh was added to the back part of the helmet. A solution for head protection that is as simple as it is clever.
A classical viking helmet with a long nasal. It has got pretty curved applications in the front. The pointed toppart is reinforced with two crosswisely riveted steel straps. This gives it a militant look and makes it more robust against blows. It has got a cotton covered foam padding on the inside and two leather straps to make it fit tightly to the head.Material: 1mm Steel
This short-sleeved chain mail was built for average sized adults with a "normal" chest circumference. It is wide enough to be worn on top of a padded gambeson.The sleeves cover some 2/3 of the arms - still being considered a short sleeve chain mail - and reaches down to the middle of your thigh.We suggest to wear this chain mail with an average chest circumference from 90cm to 125cm. This way it chan be worn in combination with a padded gambeson and can extend itself to a maximum width of 140cm circumference. A belt can help to distribute the weight properly.
The blank version is fully galvanized and does not rust. Oiled and browned chainmails are ungalvanized and are supplied with a high lubrication. Please remove the excess oil before first use.
Ungalvanized chain shirts should be treated regularly with oil like Ballistol.
Classic 4-in-1 pattern
Material: spring steelRings diameter: 9mmWeight: 12 kgColour: blank, oil finish, browned
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