Methods and materials vary wildly for both of these layers of protection, but IMHO, both are an absolute necessity for and optimal balance of performance and safety in participation in this sport.
A proper liner should consist of an outer shell of canvas, linen, or other sturdy fabric, and several layers of batting. If you intend to manufacture your own liner, there are a few items to be considered: First, polyester batting, while cheap and readily available at any fabric store in the U. Cotton, and other natural fiber batting does a better job of breathing.
The best of these is probably bamboo batting, which possesses natural anti-microbial properties that help cut down on gambeson funk around your melon between washings. Moving on…. My personal go-to for primary helmet foam is Army-issue ACH Pads and Browbandwhich can be found at any surplus store, or at online retailers such as Amazon or eBay, or any one of a thousand others.
Here are some example links:. Link 1. Link 2. These are cheap and ready to go off the shelf, and also old Army surplus items, and so can be found wherever such are sold. Drill holes in your helmet at a 45 degree angle back up and behind the point of your chin as it sets in your padded helm, then rivet the strap in place.
Here is an example link. Brooks Sr. By Sloan Brooks My first experiences with armored combat was when I was 15 years old. By Micah Joel There are two general requirements for a safe and protective helmet for any incarnation of medieval armored combat in […]. Period Liners. Moving on… Modern Padding. Happy fighting! Search Search ….Fantasy theme gave a significant push for hobbys in one way or another connected with fencing and armor developing.
Of course we can not ingnore this direction. In general, if you want to collect the most realistic fantasy armor - we are at your service! Especially since our armor has a nice design and you can create the necessary image with it.
Part of our armor elements are also suitable for HEMA. But in the future we plan to develop mittens, elbows, knees, etc specially for this direction. But in the future we plan to develop specially for this discipline mittens, elbows, knees, etc.
This direction of fencing is based on medieval fencing books training books and special very flexible and light swords are used here. In fighting stylization, we first of all provide protection and convenience. When developing such armor, we combine the existing elements and parts of the medieval armor existing separately, but in close regions and time frames.
In historical reconstruction, we try to maximally repeat the geometry of the example artifact. The difficulty is that often both the example and the artifact are located far from us. Therefore, such work requires considerable skill. It was created on the basis of the medieval images.
Unfortunately, in real life steel there are almost no examples, which is why it is not considered a reconstruction. But it protects great, provides good vision and has optimal weight. On the selection of the miniatures you can see the helmet with a visor. The most important here is the fact that these images confirm the possibility of such helmet existing with similar way of assembling, the silhouette and geometry of the visor.
When creating the medieval stylization we made an accent on good vision, ability to withstand blows and fighting techniques of the modern buhurt. The model turned our to be so successful, that a lot o another workshops try to copy this bascinet.
The eyelets are welded from the inside, a set of bars is added in front of eyes. This construction prevents the eyelyet from bending, node guard from breaking and the weapon from hitting your face. And if you wear pelerine with plates under the bascinet, the neck will be protected and you can rotate your head at the same time. Attach a document.
HOW TO PROPERLY PAD AND STRAP A HELMET FOR STEEL WEAPON MEDIEVAL ARMORED COMBAT.
Area of usage Sports Area of coverage Skull, jaw, half of the neck. Additional neck protection is required. Region Western Europe Period of usage 14thth centuries Weight g.
How to take your measurements Head.We have every reason to believe that helmet is the most important part of any set of armor. Bascinet is the most popular European medieval helmet. It has various forms of skull and types of visor. Klappvisier was developed as the result of many transformations. Historical sources give us a time period of the beginning. The helmets of bascinet shape called helmet Griffon are by far the most popular amongst sportsmen engaged in medieval full contact combat in disciplines such as duel and buhurt, under HMB, IMCF and SCA regulations.
The Bascinet helmet was developed from a helmet that looked like a small hat. Medieval knights wore it under a. The most popular type of the helmet is Bascinet. Bascinet Griffon type-2 is. Such form. At the end of XIV century pointed skull of Bascinet helmets became more round. Side parts and back part became larger. There were two types of Sallet helmets: Italian style and.
Italian Sallet mid 15 century. Descripted as a Visored Sallet c. Our Sallet made of 2. Optionally it can be made of 1. This helmet will be made according. Italian Bevor mid 15 century. Made of 1. Brass decor is not included in base options. Bevor XV century is ideally. If you would like to add on your neck a solid protection — steel plate gorget is superb solution.
Participating in medieval combat which is reglamented by HMB rules you may know that HMBIA Authenticity Committee requires sportsmen to keep the region and historical frames of their equipment armor.
What to do if your set. There we can see warriors wearing conical helmets with nasal elements.Made of thicker 2,5 mm steel to withstand the rigours of ultimate full contact combat.Battle of the Nations 2017 - Ukraine vs Russia final of 21vs21 of world championship
Made for buhurt, historical medieval battle HMBheavy combat and other Battle of the Nations -style full contact combat sports. The earliest forms of the great helms from the 12th century onwards had by the 13th century proved to be a winning design: the flat tops of the late 12th century helms combined with the reintroduction of the facemask were fairly simple to manufacture and gave excellent protection. During the early 13th century those facial protections were extended, so that eventually the extra plates covered the back of the neck, eventually reaching the shoulders and thus enveloping the entire head.
The great helm was commonly worn over a mail coif and the larger models sometimes even over a skull cap, which gave its wearer a level of protection that had previously been unimaginable. Of course the downside of added protection was that the visibility and ease of breathing were substantially worse than with the open helmets of old.
The solid surface was punctured only by the breaths and narrow eye slits. As this was a time of fervent crusading, many of these helms had as an extra protection both physical and spiritual a cross-shaped reinforcement on the face. This design can be found for example in a helmet in the German historical museum in Berlin, on an statue in the church of Santa Maria la Real in Olite, as well as in the illustrated manuscripts of the Codex Manesse, the Maziejowsky bible and the Cantigas de Santa Maria.
Despite its legendary aesthetics and symbolism, the great crusader helm was not used on the battlefield for very long, as by it was slowly replaced by the bascinet. The great helm did stay in use, however, in the ever more popular sport of the joust where maximum protection was highly regarded.
Original can be found from the German historical museum in Berlin. Made of 2. Steel thickness may vary due to the handcrafted methods used on its manufacturing. The helmet doesn't come with pre-installed inner padding.
The proper height for wearer is adjusted by adding padding. Leather chin strap included.
For it's size the helmet is made to be used on it's own without a cervelliere under helmet. Made by Marshall Historical. Height 28 cm circumference at the bottom 71 cm. Weight 4. All orders can also be picked up from the brick-and-mortar store at Oppipojankatu 1, Kaarina. Description of the Product Made of thicker 2,5 mm steel to withstand the rigours of ultimate full contact combat.
Ordering from you was easy and delivery was quick! Customers who bought this were also intersted in Our Store All orders can also be picked up from the brick-and-mortar store at Oppipojankatu 1, Kaarina. Only 10min drive from the centre of Turku!In the beginning was a torse… No, not like this, Firstly, in time of the first Crusade, crusaders were boiling in their mails and crusader helmets alive and saw agal on the heads of Bedouins. By admiring the smarts of the Saracens, knights shamelessly borrowed Usually, it's being made in heraldic colours of owner.
Necklace with hidden protection — decent idea for a battle. Soft outside with steel inner side — the best choice of comfortable hidden neck protection. Soft side is thick enough to extinguish impact power while overlapping steel plates are strong enough to protect from impact. Necklace is fastened with steel buckles and leather belts, which are placed in front for your convenience. You can use it at SCA battle event Unique scale necklace, rare neck armor for those, who value unusual medieval artifacts.
To be honest, scale aventails weren't such a rarity through the XIVth century, but we were looking for necklace and we found it! Tabernacle is dated to the very beginning of the XVth century.
So when we were looking for something cool, brutal and buhurt-optimal to complete our cool new klappvisor bascinet we choose it - battle-ready scale aventail. Made of 1mm hardened steel and hammered for the fighters too brutal for delicate reenactment events. This scale aventail is a good stylization, based on St Mary's Basilica and Chroniques de Froissart pictures. This is the functional armor of the foot-knight, not artsy-craftsy but exceptionally reliable. Nevertheless, be sure — it is good enough to be an independent helmet.
Based at bascinet found at Fortress Aldobrandesca Piancastagnaio, Siena and dating it suits to most medieval knight armors of that period. If you are looking for cool, reliable and just a beautiful helmet choose Burgundian sallet, mostly known as burgonet helmet. Yep including the First World War, what makes it one of the best medieval helmets. Main burgonet helmet distinctive features were: - Skull with a large peak projecting above the face, - Keel-like, crest or comb running from front to rear, - Hinged cheeckpieces, - Bevor with drawn-up closed visor.
Thus, although the helmet did not cover the whole face as heavy closed-type helmets, it provided quite decent protection.My Account Register Login.
Toggle navigation. Show: 25 34 50 75 Bascinet with a visor Hounscull and brass decoration Bascinet is decorated with brass plates and etching. Brass rings are woven into the chain. Also on the belts of the liner cast brass buckles are installed Add to Cart Buy quickly!
Great bascinet with a visor Hounskull Great Bascinet is a type of medieval battle helmet, which has appeared early-middle XV century. Bascinet got a wide metal gorget bevorwhich protected throat and front of the neck. Extended part of dome covered back of the neck. Pig face helmet.
Bascinet from Sitten Qualitative helmet is very important part of the armour. Bascinet from Sitten belongs to medieval European helmets.
The thickness of the steel dome of this helmet is 2mm. Bascinet with a visor Hounscull. Great bascinet. Great bascinet with a visor Hounskull and blackening Great Bascinet is a type of medieval battle helmet, which has appeared early-middle XV century. Great bascinet with trellis visor Bascinet got a wide metal gorget bevorwhich protected throat and front of the neck.
This helmet is completely made by personal param. Kettle Hat. Nasal Bascinet Qualitative helmet is a very important part of the armour. It must be durable and able to stand any impact. The thickness of the steel dome of this. Sugarloaf helmet. The main differing feature from the classical tophelm is spheroconical dome-like the domes of later existed bascinets.
The thickness. Turban Helmet Iran type 2.Fantasy theme gave a significant push for hobbys in one way or another connected with fencing and armor developing. Of course we can not ingnore this direction. In general, if you want to collect the most realistic fantasy armor - we are at your service! Especially since our armor has a nice design and you can create the necessary image with it. Part of our armor elements are also suitable for HEMA. But in the future we plan to develop mittens, elbows, knees, etc specially for this direction.
But in the future we plan to develop specially for this discipline mittens, elbows, knees, etc. This direction of fencing is based on medieval fencing books training books and special very flexible and light swords are used here. In fighting stylization, we first of all provide protection and convenience. When developing such armor, we combine the existing elements and parts of the medieval armor existing separately, but in close regions and time frames.
In historical reconstruction, we try to maximally repeat the geometry of the example artifact. The difficulty is that often both the example and the artifact are located far from us. Therefore, such work requires considerable skill. Reconstruction of the Italian production sallet for export to France. The rivets are made a little more decorative to look nicer.
This helmet is not suited for sport very well, as it has a narrow eyelet and needs a bevor. The bevor gets in the way when you want to fight and to throw a blow which is needed in buhurt. The sallet is great for those who is involved in reenactment movement.
Elegant shapes and removable visor will you to feel comfortable during the campaign or in combat formation. The crown of the sallet has a hole, intended for a plume. Attach a document. Eisenhut Antonio Negroni. Italian sallet for sale. How to take your measurements Head.