English archery helmet of the 15th century made of 1.6 mm thick steel
This helmet is a beautiful replica of a 15th century archer helmet, a less peaceful time for Great Britain. So these helmets were already used in the Hundred Years War and later in the War of the Roses (1455 to 1485).
It was made of 1.6mm thick steel and is therefore conditionally suitable for show fighting.
For the attachment on the head a size-adjustable leather inlet was riveted inside the helmet. In addition, a leather chinstrap including brass buckle was attached.
Details archery helmet:
Size: Suitable for a head circumference of up to 62 cm
Material: steel, 1.6 mm
Finish: Polished (slightly oiled)
Weight: approx. 2,2 kg
Scope of supply: 1x English archery helmet of the 15th century made of 1.6 mm thick steel