13th / 14th Century Great / Pot Helm Medieval Knight Steel Helmet
Handmade from 16 gauge MILD STEEL, this historically inspired helm features an adjustable genuine LEATHER LINER, ideal to align the eyes with the eye slit. The inner circumference of the helm is about 72 cm (without liner), ideal to fit most heads (69 cm with liner). The height is about 34 cm, the base is about (27×21) cm and the eye slits are about 14.7 cm long and 1.3 cm wide. The inner width at ear level is about 21 cm and the inner depth from front to back at eye level measures about 26.5 cm. Weighs about 3 Kg and 980 grams. Note: This product is carefully coated with a layer of oil when packaged that acts as a temporary (protective) layer against corrosion (rust), which can easily be wiped off using any oil remover or even a dry cloth.
Are you longing to fulfill your dream of playing a heavily armored knight in your next medieval evocation, Ren fair, or medieval market? Look no further! Our Great / Pot Helm is the perfect choice for you! During the late 13th and early 14th centuries, the helm evolved into its most refined and elegant form. This development led to the knight’s head being fully enclosed and exceptionally well protected from all angles. As a result, this particular helm design became better suited for the tumultuous chaos of the melee compared to earlier versions that only featured a faceplate, primarily focused on frontal defense.
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