This helmet shows a high, pointed scull piece with an enlongened neck protection. The part on the forehead is riveted to the helmet and provides an additional protection to the wearer. The scull part is made with a spine. The visor can be moved upwards to allow a better breathing for the wearer in between battle moments. The helmet is made with an inner inlay of foam (covered in cotton) and has a chin strap attached. The sallet is a very common helmet type for the late medieval period and was often worn in combination with gotic armourment. It was used later as well, especially by bandits and sellswords, who scavaged them off the battlefield. Material: 1,2mm steel Size: up to 62cm circumference Colour: blank We recommend to wear a padded coif underneath to avoid scratches and bruises. This will maximize your comfort.