Spangenhelmets are described as helmets with a riveted band on the scull part - be it a single one or crosswise. These bands held the seperate pieces of the scull part together and named this kind of helmet. It was worn all around europe (and parts of central Asia) until the 11th century.
Our "Dietrich" spangenhelmet is the most simple form of this kind: made with one central band along the scull part and detailed with an additional band wrapped around the rim.
The helmet is being delivered with an inner liner of foam and a chin strap to hold it in place.
Material: 1.2mm steel
Size: up to 61cm circumference
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