ArmStreet

Visored Barbuta Helmet

Combat Barbuta with Detachable Visor

$425

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Visored Barbuta Helmet

Combat-ready barbuta with detachable visor

This helmet design always causes a lot of discussions at any SCA or reenactment forum as technically only one sample is of this type helmet is known, dated circa mid. XV century as the possible upgrade of regular barbuta to make one more appropriate for jousting tournaments. 

We love this design  for its fantasy look so we couldn't have desregarded it and as soon as forst customer popped up with the idea of this design we immediately jumbed the train. As the result we have a perfect functional combat helmet with theoretically can be used as a part of any XV century western kit and also look like a gear from a video game or fantasy movie.

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Materials:

  • Stainless steel (14 ga)
  • Leather chin strap
  • Historical padding

Features:

  • Detachable visor
  • Historical size-adjustable padding
  • Chin strap

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8 comments

  • Mark 19 of October 2017:

    Could it be possible to make some major modifications to the helmet design? I really like the general design, but am turned off by a couple of the features. I'd like to to look more like this if possible.

    ArmStreet answered 20 of October 2017:

    It could be possible, please contact us at contact@armstreet.com to get more info. 

  • Rex Burton 17 of November 2016:

    Would it be possible to customize it to for consumers with glasses?

    ArmStreet team answered :

    According to the SCA rules, ordinary glass lenses are prohibited. We recommend replacing them with contact lenses, or wearing motorcycle goggles over the glasses. Then measure your head 1. as usual, along the eyebrows and 2. along the most exposed points of the goggles. Also please mention this detail in the comments to your order and we`ll
    make the helmet considering that you`ll be wearing glasses.

  • George 22 of August 2013:

    Could you guys do the acid etching on the visor portion of this helm ? Also can you do custom acid etching ?

    ArmStreet team answered :

    For custom etching, please contact us at contact@armstreet.com.

  • Eric 13 of April 2013:

    Firstly ... The model on your pictures is it the "mirror polish" or "satin polish" ? Secondly ... is it the stainless version or not, and if it is, the "mirror / satin polish" choice is it still to do ? Finally ... the stainless version is it 2mm thickness (12 gauge) steel as the classic version, and is it as solid and sturdy ?

    ArmStreet team answered :

    The helmet from photos has mirror polish.
    Stainless helmet can be mirror or satin polished as well.
    Can be made of 14 ga (2 mm) steel, which is sturdy and reliable; we don't use 12 ga (2.5 mm) steel, sorry.

  • McCleary Searles 25 of August 2012:

    Would it be possible to have the chinstrap strap on the chin, keeping the helmet in place? ALSO, would it be possible to have a strap attached to the visor, going around the back of the helmet to keep the visor in place for SCA legal combat?

    ArmStreet team answered :

    Chin strap is included.
    Visor strap around helmet - extra $15.

  • Dave! 22 of March 2012:

    Damn this is an awesome helmet, but the price.. THE PRICE!!

    ArmStreet team answered 28 of March 2012:

    It's really awesome helm!

  • Nicolas Freeland 19 of January 2012:

    Can you make this helm blackened or blued? Or is it satin or polished only? Thanks.

    ArmStreet team answered :

    To date we don't make blackening and blueing.

  • dave kershaw 16 of December 2011:

    hi, do you sell the visor to this helmet separate?? if so how much for sending it to england

    ArmStreet team answered :

    Technically this is possible, but we can't guarantee that the visor which is made remotely will work with your helmet.

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