Handsmidd Klappvisir-Bascinet från ca 1370 e.Kr.
2 mm stål
58, 61, 64 cm skallmått
This is a reconstruction following an original from approx. 1370 AD. The original is on display at the Valeria Museum, Sitten, Switzerland. This type of helmet evolved from the skull cap or cervelliere during the early 14th century. The visor is hinged at the front center and removable. It is therefore often called klappvisor bascinet.
This helmet is handmade from 2 mm sheet steel, riveted and welded. The fine workmanship ensures high robustness and therefore best possible protection during combat reenactment.
There is a comfortable, padded cloth liner. The brass rivets at the sides are for attachment of an aventail for chest and shoulders. Our line of aventails are available in various mail patterns and may be found in the chain mail category.
– Delivery includes a high-quality cloth liner.
– Available in three sizes: small, medium and large.
– Made from 2 mm thick steel
|Size||Max. head circumference||Inner distance back to forehead approx.||Inner distance ear to ear approx.||Weight approx.|
|S||58 cm||21 cm||18.5 cm||2.9 kg|
|M||61 cm||22.5 cm||20.5 cm||3 kg|
|L||64 cm||24 cm||21.5 cm||3.25 kg|