Norman spangen helmet with face plate, 1.6 mm steel
– battle ready-
This is a fully battle-ready helmet in the style of a norman spangenhelm from approx. 1180 a.d.It is made from 1.6 mm to 3.2 mm steel.The two helmet halves are welded together.The metal strips that form the framework of the helm (Spangen) as well as the face plate are riveted to the helmet.The fine workmanship and overlapping construction insures high robustness and therefore best possible protection during battle reenactment.
Delivery includes a very comfortable, high-quality, adjustable padded liner and a riveted leather chin strap and authentic brass buckle.
– Material: 1.6 mm to 3.2 mm steel near the Spangen (metal plate stips), 2 mm thick face plate
– Soft, adjustable padded liner
– chin strap from cowhide
|Size||max. circumference Head||Inner distance back- to forehead approx.||Inner distance ear to ear approx.||Weight approx.|
|S||58 cm||20,5 cm||17 cm||2,55 kg|
|M||62 cm||22 cm||19 cm||3 kg|
|L||64 cm||23 cm||20 cm||3,2 kg|