Sallet, last form

This is the final version of Sallet before the introduction of Armets. It has a fluted pivoted visor with air holes. It is locked onto a pin on the right side. The helmet bowl is at the front reinforced with a second wedge plate. The plate on the back is flanged and partially versatile.

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Sallet, last form, the end of the 15th century

Made after illustration of L. and K. Funcken (Historische Waffen and Rüstungen, page 35). Sallet, last form was probably worn only with simpler kinds of gorgets (without chin guards), as it visor plate is quite long.

  • Standard version of this helmet comes with a padded liner inside.
  • please select the gauge of carbon steel plate (not stainless) above

This helmet can be made to measure after your measurements ‘1a’ to ‘1j’ in this measurement chart.

Please read our instructions, how to determine a helmet size correctly.

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