Add to your fantastic helmet collection with one of our Sallet Helmets. Medieval Armour offers a fantastic selection of these helmets. Our array includes many styles such as German, Italian, and Swiss sallets. They help to complete your look as well as add some fantastic style. Also, these helmets help protect your head in battle. They work great in a variety of settings. Some are best in reenactments while others are awesome for LARP battles. Most of our sallets feature the typical point in the back just like their historical counterparts. We have a wonderful selection here. Each helmet is impressive in its own right. Browse through this awesome array of sallet helmets. There is sure to be something that will interest you.
Take to the battlefield with stylish protection when you wear the Mathes Steel German Sallet. This steel helmets hinged visor and extended tail feature sharply scalloped upper edges, lending sleek ferocity to its 15th century form.
As art experienced a new style known as Gothic, so too did armour. This German Gothic Sallet Helmet with Bevor is a detailed view of how armour took on the gothic styles of the time, creating visually appealing armour that was also quite protective to wear.
A lords armour was often adorned with rich detailing, while a foot soldiers armor was a bit more unadorned. That does not make it any less effective, though, and that point is proved beyond a doubt when it comes to this Gothic Sallet Helmet with Bevor.
The sallet was a common helmet after their rise during the middle of the 15th century, and for good reason. Helms like this Basic Sallet Helmet were rather protective, while also lacking the drawbacks of many earlier great helmets.
The sallet was a common enough helmet after their rise during the 15th century, and for good reason. Helms like this Northern Italian Sallet Helmet were rather protective, while also lacking the drawbacks of many earlier great helmets.
The sallet was a common enough after their rise during the middle of the 15th century, and for good reason. Helms like this Deep Visored Sallet Helmet were rather protective and lacked the drawbacks of many earlier great helmets.