Late Medieval Maroon Liripipe Woollen Hood
These helmets were mainly worn during the 12th century by Norman knights who trekked from Sicily to South Italy. Typically is the shape with forward bent peak, which remind to early antique forms. The helmets were usually worn with a coif and a chain coif, so we offer it in three sufficient sizes.
A riveted, high-class and adjustable liner with a chin-strap and a buckle from brass are included.
This helmet is based on similar Viking originals found in Gjemundbu, Norway and dated arond the 10th century.
The helmet features a comfortable leather inlay, a knotted chin strap and an attached aventail made of galvanized steel rings. The spectical section of the helmet is also lined with leather.