Hull of The Crusaders, S. XII
This helmet of the Crusader was developed in the early TWELFTH century, the Mean Age of the Crusades. For almost 300 years, men on foot and horseback wore this type of helmet, sometimes on a bonnet of chainmail or padded, other times as independent protection. The emblem of the Cross was a Cross, that appears to the left of the Helmet. Windlass Steelcrafts has carefully designed this helmet of 18-gauge steel (gauge 18) to ensure that it is a true representation of a fighter in medieval times. The narrow grooves to the eyes provide a look threatening and guarantee a total protection. With an authentic design, this replica is perfect for collections and historical re-enactments. Fits up to a circumference of 66 cm
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