The sallet is the successor of the kettle helmet in europe and one of the most common helmet types in 15th century in the western hemisphere. There is types with visor and without, often with a segmented neck protection, but mostly with a stiff one. The "Franz" sallet is built without visor, so it does not cover the face and keeps it open for the wearer to breath free and a better vision. The edge along the face, and following, the complete lower edge, is corrugated. The centre ridge is built very low to keep the silhuette rounded. This helmet is equipped with a cotton covered foam inlay and has a leather chin strap. Material: 1,2mm steel Colour: blank SIze: up to 62cm circumference We recommend to wear a padded coif underneath to avoid scratches and bruises. This will maximize your comfort.
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