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.
With grim austerity, you await the inevitable chaos of war. The Roger Steel Nasal Helmet protects your head, the favored crown for battle hardened warriors such as yourself. This helmet takes inspiration from classic Viking styles.
The Saint Wenceslaus Cabasset features a sleek construction. The top portion is smooth and rounded, seemingly seamless, and ends in a slight point. A ridged nasal is riveted to the front of this helmet for nose protection.
With its large eye holes, the Sanguessa Cabasset with Face Guard is a helmet that allows increased visibility. The cap of the helmet features the distinct rounded shape from which it takes its name, reminiscent of the top of a pear.
You almost could not ask for a more effective Norman or Viking helm than this Spangehelm Nasal Helmet. Historically, this was a helm worn by common soldiers and elite warriors alike, if only for the helms incredibly efficient design.
This unique armor helmet of history was favored by many knights of the Middle Ages. It gets its name from the plates called spangens that were united to form the round contoured top which shunted blows easier than flat top designs.
Protect both the top of your head and your face using the Spangenhelm with Face Guard. This historic helmet shape utilizes riveted segments and strips to create its round look while the face guard provides additional defense.
Conical helmets made up from separate metal plates 'spangen' held together and reinforced with metal banding and rivets were in use as early as the 6th century and continued to be used in various forms as late as the 15th century.
This is definitely one of the most heavy-duty Viking helmets that can be effectively used in combat. This Spectacle Helmet has taken a few features from an authentic Viking helmet and perfected them in this effective piece of armor.
Named after a Saint Wenceslas I, Duke of Bohemia, this helmet is modeled after the one he wore when he defended Bohemia against the Mongol armies. That is very likely as this St. Wenceslas Helmet is simple and yet ruggedly effective.
Modeled on the historical helmet style popular among the Norman peoples of Northern Europe during the Middle Ages, the Steel Eindal Norman Helmet features a conical shape as well as a distinctive nose guard riveted to the forehead.
The spangenhelm was a popular helmet choice in the Middle Ages, and this Steel Spangenhelm embodies the style well. Made up of 16 gauge steel segments joined by 17 gauge steel riveted strips, it also features a nose guard.
Keep your head protected when you next head into the fray. The Tankred Steel Nasal Helmet, based on a combat helmet style commonly worn in 12th century Europe, features a unique forward tilted point at the apex of its skull.