When a metal helmet is too heavy, a warrior should turn to a leather helmet to provide the protection you need with the mobility you desire. Each and every one of the leather helms featured here at Medieval Armour is a fantastic item that's crafted from the best quality leather, ensuring that each helmet is a piece of armor that's worthy of any warrior. And just like traditional steel helmets, these leather helmets come in a wide variety of styles. Unlike steel, though, with a leather helm, you don't have to worry about something like rust! We have fantasy leather helmets that are perfect for creating a distinctive and unique look for a warrior looking for something new and interesting, just like we have leather medieval helmets for a more traditional warrior that's looking for something that's historically accurate and lightweight. And if you're a warrior that's searching for something historic, then you're in luck, because we have leather Norman helmets, Greek leather helmets, fantasy styled leather helmets and so many more different styles! And since some of these helmets are made from hardened armor-grade leather, they can hold up well in combat, making them fantastic SCA leather helmets as well as great reenactment helmets in general! You can even wear them as a LARP leather helmet, if you're looking for the maximum level of protection possible! Just because you don't want to wear a metal helmet doesn't mean you're out of luck. All you have to do is check out the Leather Helmets section of Medieval Armour and you're sure to find just the leather helmet you need to keep your skull safe.
When fighting in combat, the skull is a very important target. Protect your head from an enemy blow by wearing a helmet like this Antonius Helmet. This leather helmet is ideal for someone attending a faire, convention, or LARP event.
Join your fellow elves in an exciting journey to the human realm. Be prepared for a grand adventure and the wealth of unforgettable tales found only on the LARP battlefield with the Assassins Leather Helmet shielding your brow.
Modeled on the Greek Corinthian helmet, this Beaufort Helmet features a classic style that is protective and recognizable, although it also features a few extra touches that help set it apart as a distinctive and unique helmet.
There is no denying that this Dark Lords Helm is quite the intimidating sight. Studded with rows of spikes and set with fearsome horns, this is one helmet that is bound to transform any warrior into a fearsome figure.
You have protected your torso with great armour, cunning soldier. Now make sure to guard your head from the enemy with the Deluxe Antonius Helmet. It adds a fantastic finishing touch to any roleplaying costume or cosplay outfit.
Any true guardian of the woodland realm would be proud to own the Elven Head Band. A subtle and stylish item like this can complete any fantasy costume and will have everyone admiring the sheer elegance of this accessory.
Our Executioner Leather Helmet is made from hardened 13/15 oz. leather and is perfect for any type of re-enacting or costuming. Leather helmets are perfect for re-enactors, SCA, LARP, and even faire goers as they are lighter.
Sometimes, things look inherently evil. That does not make them bad, though. Quite the opposite, because this Killers Mask has a look that screams sinister intent and still manages to be nothing less than extraordinary.
Does the lack of good ventilation and general weight of a Crusaders great helm bother you? For a lighter alternative, turn instead to this Leather Black Knights Great Helm, which offers the same shape but in leather instead of steel!
Our Leather Greek Helmet is made from hardened 13/15 oz. leather and is perfect for any type of re-enacting or costuming. Leather helmets are perfect for re-enactors, SCA, LARP, and even faire goers, as they are more comfortable.
Our Leather Helm with Nasal Guard is made from hardened 13/15 oz. leather and is perfect for any type of re-enacting. Leather helmets are perfect for re-enactors, SCA, LARP, and even faire goers, as they are lighter and more comfortable.
Even the regular Roman soldier was a well-equipped and well-trained soldier. They were armed and armored, with most soldiers even wearing the Leather Roman Trooper Helmet in order to provide the most protection possible in battle.