About SCA helmets
Fencing bascinet with a meshed visor for SCA/HEMA The dome has a classic shape for bascinet helmet late 14th - early 15th century. Helmet has meshed visor with 5mm holes. It is attached to the helmet with a front loop and creates analogy of bacinet clapvisor attachment. The back and sides are protected by a leather piece and visor is decorated with leather edging. You can use this battle helmet for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals and Reenactment events Base price includes: Fastenings leather straps with steel nickel-plated buckles Color of leather fastening brown Metal for helmet dome harde...
Hat-shaped helmet Chapel (Kettle helm) was widespread among the infantrymen in the XIII-XVI centuries. Such popularity was a result of cheapness and ease of manufacture. However, cream of knighthood preferred not to use such type of head protection because of its plain design. This model with bar grill visor is perfect for medieval fencing, because this helmet has the main characteristics: it provides with good field of vision, ventilation and reliable protection. According to SCA-standards, distance between the rods is 1.8-2 cm. Also, we may install back plate for neck protection. Underchin leather belt with buckle fixes helmet on your head. You can use this functional handcraft...
Helmet “Phrygian cap” got its name after Thracian cap, soft rounded cap with the top directed forward. It was called after Phrygia, an ancient country in the central part of Asia Minor. It is known as a symbol of freedom and revolution. Such was widely used by the tribes, who inhabited Thrace, Dacia and Dalmatia in ancient times. Later, this name spread on helmets with typical, leant forward, dome. Imprints of this helmet are often found on the graphic sources and bás-reliefs dated 12th - first half of 13th century. Helmet was in active use by Macedonian soldiers. As far as we know, only one specimen of this type of medieval helmets had been found as yet. There are plates on th...
Fencing helmet with a meshed visor is a stylization of medieval helmet. It provides with a perfect protection of your face during combats, medieval fencing and bohurts. Face plate of battle helm is made of 2 mm steel and has holes with diameter 3.2 mm. Visor is movable and fixed in closed position with leather belt and buckle. Underchin belt reliably keeps fencing helmet on your head. Head armor is supplied with sewn padded liner and additionally we recommend to complete helm with padded and mail aventail. Such combination allow you to protect neck, throat, shoulders and upper part of chest during the fight. You can use this battle helmet for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performanc...
Phrygian helmet is a type of ancient head armor of Alexander the Great epoch. Helm got its name from cap, which was worn by Thracians and Phrygians. There were soft caps (more often made of leather) with elongated and incurved apex. Crown of helmet is elongated and has slightly inclined top. There are nasal plate, cheek guard and neck plate from the back of helmet. Bar grill visor provides with perfect visibility and breathing during the bohurt of medieval fencing. Battle helm is reliably fixed on head with underchin leather belt. Our artisans make such functional medieval head protection by personal parameters of customer. You can use this metal head protection for: SCA ...
Conical spangenhelm was popular among Norman knight all over Europe in the XII century. This model is a type of medieval nasal helmet. Frame of this battle helmet represents metal strips. Plates are riveted to this framework with steel or brass rivets. Nasal plate and bar grill visor provide with perfect protection of face. Also, there is a plate which guards back part of neck. We recommend to complete this early medieval battle helm with mail aventail. You can use this custom handcrafted head protection for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events Main photo shows early medieval helmet with following options: Cold-rolle...
Bascinet is one of the most popular helmet of the XIV-XV centuries due to its high protective qualities. These helms got various types of visor and dome shape. Medieval knights of all military branches were using bascinets. This functional head armor with bar grill visor is designed specially for SCA fights, bohurts, combats and medieval fencing. Distance between bars is 1.5-1.8 mm that is compliant to SCA-standards. For better protection of neck, shoulders and upper part of chest, we recommend to complete bascinet with mail aventail. You can use this medieval style head armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events Main photo...
Helmet with lifting visor and bar grid is a stylization of medieval head armor. Battle helm is designed specially for close combats, bohurts, SCA fights. This model of helmet for medieval fencing ensures ideal field of view and free breathing. The long back plate protects the neck well, and the Norman type dome perfectly protects the head, not allowing the adversary to fix blows and thrusts. This functional head protection is completely handcrafted. For complete protection of neck, throat and shoulder, we recommend to install mail aventail and padded camail. You can use this medieval steel armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment e...
Conical SCA helmet with the grid and full protection of the neck is perfect model of battle helm for medieval fencing, bohurts and combats. This head armor is not a replica, but stylization of the Middle Ages helm. This functional helmet is completed with back plate for neck protection, cheek guards and steel bar grid. Such design provides with not only perfect defense during the fight, but also with good field of view and breathing. You can use this medieval steel armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events Main photo shows helmet with lifting visor with following options: Cold-rolled steel 1.5 mm; Mirror polish...
Bascinets was one of the most demanded and popular type of medieval battle helm all over Europe starting the XIV century. These functional head protection was in use by rich knights and common soldiers. Quite often, bascinets had different design depending on the region. Mail aventail was protecting neck and shoulders of warrior. This battle steel helm has a dome, typical for medieval basinet and supplied with bar grill visor. Distance between rods is 1.8-2.0 mm that is totally compliant to SCA-standards. Visor is attached to the top of helmet with hinge. You can use this functional battle bascinet for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reen...
Helmet Chapel-de-Fer was popular among the infantry in the XIII-XVI centuries because of low price and easy producing. Such head protection is a type of medieval helmet Kettle hat – a steel cap with wide brims. Chapel with bar grill visor and additional plate for neck protection is compliant to SCA-standards and is perfect for medieval tournaments and bohurts. Distance between the rods is 1.8-2 cm. For better protection, we recommend to wear Chapel-de-fer with mail coif or leather aventail, as medieval warriors did. Helmet is fixed with underchin leather belt and buckle on the head. You can use this functional battle helmet for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances ...
Helmet Bascinet of the XIV century was popular among medieval warriors all over Europe. Such head armor had various design with one main feature – they proved with perfect protection during the battle. This functional steel bascinet has bar grill visor, which is attached to the dome of helmet with two side hinges. Distance between rods is 1.8-2.0 mm, that is totally compliant to SCA-standards. For additional protection of neck, throat and shoulders, we recommend to use this medieval helm with mail aventail. Helm bascinet is completely handcrafted by parameters of customer. You can use this functional medieval head protection for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medi...
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This tailor made helmet has comfortable weight, guarantees good vision and air circulation. Easy to fix both gridles. The padded inlay fits perfectly. The helmet won't move sideways even with open chin gridle. Also one doesn't need an extra hair cap. Prize is more than reasonable. The process of order and payment was easy online. Every step was documented and shared, often via photoes. If necessesary, clarification of details preferred or the bill was made prior executing next steps. My wishes have been met fully. The order arrived safe and undamaged due to smart wrapping. Codes provided made delivery tracking online easy. Overall I was not only a customer but found myself in every step in the best hands. FIVE STARS!