The Gothic Sallet Helmet use in the field of heavy cavalry and Germanic Burgundian in the Late Middle Ages. Helmet that protects the head and neck, with a face mask of the bearer, a section lobata. Sallet helmet that leaves uncovered the jaw it needed another element of said armor Bevor.
Gothic Sallet Helmet in use in the fifteenth century. Equipped with swivel ventaglia bands, with the top protruding underneath the air for the view and very pronounced eaves.
Gothic Sallet Helmet functional and wearable, made entirely of steel and handmade.
Size: supplied in different sizes.
The helmet Sallet was used in combat by heavy cavalry late-medieval, part of the armor of the late Gothic period prevailing in the Holy Roman Empire, the Kingdom of France and Italy during the Renaissance.
All of our reproductions of medieval armor and then the Gothic Sallet Helmet are faithful reproductions of historical medieval armor for combat, can be worn for special events, historical re-enactment to compose your armor ideal. They are handmade, and adapt to various sizes, using leather straps with buckles external adjustable, can be custom made. Armor forged handcrafted from steel sheets with no modern machining processes, such as the crease and polishing, the thickness can be chosen among the following measures. 1 - 1.2 - 1.5 - 2.0mm.
- Stock: In Stock
- Model: 1395
- SKU: E274