Viking helmets were often made of iron during the Viking Age. The Norse helm was formed in the shape of a rounded or peaked cap with a simple noseguard, earning for some the name of nasal helm. Some Viking helms featured a chainmail aventail for additional protection. Other styles of Norse helmets were known as Gjermundbu helms, Spangenhelms, Viking horned helmets, and Coppergate helmets. We carry many authentic and fully functional Viking helmets, as well as Anglo-Saxon helmets and Norman helmets. Browse to find varieties like spectacle helmets, leather helmets, and Sutton Hoo helmets, as well. Our Viking warrior helmets will complete your armour set for Viking reenactments, LARP events, costume parties, or theatrical productions.
This style of helmet was commonly used from the 6th to the 12th century, due in part to its effective and straight-forward nature. That makes helmets like this 14 Gauge Steel Norman Helmet quite iconic, and instantly recognizable, too.
The Vikings were walking proof that you did not need to have an overly complex helmet to keep your head safe. This 14 Gauge Steel Viking Helmet is a modern-day reproduction of the same helm that Viking warriors would have favored.
A helm found at an ancient Anglo-Saxon burial site in Sutton, England has inspired this fully functional 6th Century Sutton Hoo Anglo Saxon Helmet. Wear this 18-gauge steel helmet to a convention, LARP event, or light reenactment.
For your next knightly excursion, top off your armoured look with the Alwin Steel Bascinet. This handmade steel helmet covers your head as well as your neck with its attached chainmail neck curtain, called a camail or aventail.
This historical Anglo-Saxon Helmet style dates back to the 6th Century! Our Anglo-Saxon Helmet dates later into the century and is handcrafted by skilled armorers from 18 gauge steel, with brass accents to emulate the original.
When combined with a chainmail coif and padding the Baldric Darkened Norman Helmet increases your defense during LARP battle. Its classical design developed across Western Europe from the 9th century into the High Middle Ages.
Modeled on the historical helmet style popular among the Norman peoples of Northern Europe during the Middle Ages, the Blackened Eindal Norman Helmet features a conical shape and a distinctive nose guard riveted to the forehead.
The Tapestry of Bayeux depicts the knights and guardsman of William the Conqueror. On their heads rest Spangenhelms similar to the Blacwin Darkened Norman Helmet, a perfect fit for those who wish to reenact the Battle of Hastings.
The Tapestry of Bayeux depicts the knights and guardsman of William the Conqueror. On their heads rest Spangenhelms similar to the Blacwin Steel Norman Helmet, a perfect fit for those who wish to reenact the Battle of Hastings.
Named after Bragi, son of Norse god Odin, the Bragi Steel Helmet is inspired by historic Viking helmets. Curved and riveted plates along the helmets front bottom edge add an extra touch of style to this handmade steel armour piece.
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.
The Coppergate Helmet was recovered during excavations in the ancient city of York in 1982. The Anglo-Saxon helm is of archeological importance. The inscription on the crest is an invocation for protection from the helmets owner.