14th Century Medieval Sugarloaf Helmet – Knight High Carbon Steel


During the 14th century, warriors fought hard battles and needed heavy armor such as this armor plating carbon steel helmet. It provides 4.5 inch long eye slits and plenty of holes for breathing through.

It’s recommended to wear a cotton padded coif underneath to help pad the armor and also it will be more comfortable.

Oil is applied to the surface of the metal to preserve it during storage and shipment; keep it oiled if being stored for a long period of time.

This medieval Sugar Loaf helmet is a perfect replica made to match what was actually worn in the days of European warfare. It is functional, hand-forged by a blacksmith and made to be nearly indestructible. The brass reinforcing is riveted onto the steel plating of the helmet too.

This unique shape helps divert blows from even a mace or hammer spike, protecting the knight as he fought. Overlapping steel riveted together always made for a sturdy head protection.

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