Our Sallet Helm With Bevor is suitable for foot or mounted combat, this two-tiered helmet was prized by both knights and men-at-arms. The Salade (or English Sallet), which possibly originated in France or Burgundy, was constructed with a tail to protect the back of the head and neck. The version we've copied sits flush on a bevor, which protects the chin and throat. Worn this way, it's a helmet with good ventilation and visibility. The original is believed to be English and dates from about 1480. Our replica features the moveable visor and a bevor with falling buff like the original. Forged of 18-gauge steel, both the Salade and bevor are fully lined and wearable. Due to the continual mixing of styles of armor, you will find this a fitting helmet for our Gothic Cuirass as well.
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