Helmets are a distinctive part of any warrior attire, whether he or she is from the medieval era, a world of fantasy, or anywhere in between. At Dark Knight Armoury, we offer an absolutely huge selection of helmets, all offered from some of the top suppliers possible, to ensure that you get a helmet to protect your noggin, you do so with quality armor and with great style. Like so many other pieces of equipment from the Middle Ages, helmets are incredibly varied. They come in dozens of different styles, many of which are attributed to many different cultures. Some are more effective than others, while others are far more appealing because of their appearance. But the one thing you can rest assured of is that when you get your helm here, you are definitely getting a quality helmet that look great, whether you wear it or display it on a helmet stand as a display in your home or office. And like the rest of our medieval wares, we endeavor to offer as wide an assortment of helmets, from as many sources, cultures, and time periods as is possible. Of course, Greek helmets and Roman helmets are well-known and so we carry lots of those, ensuring that reenactors and collectors who are interested in early history can have the helmet of their dreams. We also offer Viking, Norman, and Saxon helmets, for those who are interested in the helms worn by those during the early era of the medieval times. Medieval helmets offers some of our most numerous options, ranging from sallet helms to great helmets to pot helmets and more, while our selection of fantasy helmets includes impressive examples from the world of fantasy and fiction, so much so that they are sure to be impressive no matter what. The leather helmets we offer range from medieval to fantasy and beyond, and are great for a variety of situation and uses, too. We also offer helmet stands for displaying your helmets, as well as miniature helmets for the collector who prefers to keep things small and space-efficient. And that is only a small sampling of what we offer, so if your interest has been piqued, then take a moment to browse through the helmets section at Dark Knight Armoury, to see what is out there and what else might capture your interest.
Adorned with a bold cross detail, the Brass Trim Crusader Great Helm makes a stunning addition to the armour set of any knight. Handcrafted, this historic steel helmet features an angular design with its many plates riveted together.
The Burgonet Helmet was, in many ways, the successor to the medieval sallet. Used primarily in the late renaissance, this helmet offered similar protection to the sallet but was considered to be lighter and easier to wear.
This skillfully hand-crafted pre-13th century helm gets the name Camail from the meaning curtain-mail, in which a protective curtain of chainmail is hung from the helm. Our wearable historical life size helm is made of 18 gauge steel.
In the 13th Century, knight armor was found not just in England but all over Europe. One such place was the Kingdom of Castile, in modern-day Spain. The Castilian Helmet recreates the look of a helmet from the early days of Iberia.
The Celts were a diverse group of tribes that once occupied much of iron-age Europe. This Celtic Spire Helmet is named for the distinctive design that was used in many historical Celtic helms, featuring a tall cap with a rounded point.
When you are not wearing your favorite helmet, give it a place of honor! The Chestnut Finish Helmet Stand is perfect for putting your helmet on display for all to see. A chestnut-colored finish adds extra class to its appearance.
While it is most famously associated with the Spanish conquistadores, the truth is that the Classic Spanish Morion Helm, and others like it, was actually a wide-spread piece that was favored by warriors all over Europe.
Sometimes some of the most effective protection you can give yourself is also some of the simplest looking. Take this Clesta Helmet, for instance, which is a shaped cap of steel that will protect any warriors head with ease.
Originally hailing from the mid-16th century, the morion was a helmet that became fairly common, thanks to its efficient protection. This Comb Morion - Steel recreates the form of this age-old helm, as well as its protective strength.
The Comb Morion, an evolution of the earlier Kettle Hat, was popular during the 16th and early 17th centuries. The Morion, though often associated with Spanish conquistadors, was common among foot soldiers throughout Europe.
Worn by Thorgrim during the course of the movie, Conan the Barbarian, the Conan the Barbarian Helmet of Thorgrim by Marto is a barbarian helm that provides not only adequate protection, but also a small level of intimidation.
Worn by Queen Taramis during the course of the movie, Conan the Destroyer, the Conan the Destroyer Helmet of Queen Taramis by Marto is a wicked helm that provides not only adequate protection, but also a small level of intimidation.