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Medieval Helmet “Sugarloaf”

Combat stainless helmet with visor pin


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Medieval Helmet “Sugarloaf”

Combat stainless helmet with visor pin

XIV century Geman design helmet. Sugarloaf is very simple, functional and sturdy hemet which holds very well. Great alternative to classic fighting bascinet. This version basically comes in 14 ga (2.0 mm) stainless steel and equipped with visor fixation mechanism and padding. Cross decoration is made of brass with brass rivets.

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Please contact us if you have any additional questions.

Safety disclaimer: Sword-fighting and fencing is a dangerous sport. Fencing, historical fencing, medieval reenactment and martial arts as well as other related types of activity, are inherently connected to a certain risk level of injuries or death. The Company declines all responsibility for any traumas or harm done to oneself or to the third person, along with any material or consequential damage, impaired during the products usage. We admonish that all acts with armour, weapons or their components have to be performed before designated person who is responsible for safety of the particular event and accredited to supervise armour and sport weapon conformance to the event’s standards.

Helmet features:

  • 14 ga stainless steel
  • Visor pin
  • Satin or mirror polishing

Padding options:

  • no padding by request;
  • cell foam fabric padding.

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  • Zaid 04 of December 2019:

    Can it be blackened? If so how much would it cost

    ArmStreet Team:

    Yes, it is possible. Please contact our support team for the price. 

  • Nick Wolters 18 of March 2019:

    Would it be possible to get the cross not in brass but to match the color and finish of the helm?

    ArmStreet Team:

    Hi Nick, yes it is possible for 15% extra. Please simply leave this request in the comment to your order and we will contact you with the invoice. 

  • Alex 20 of January 2019:

    Would it be possible to have perforated mesh added to the eye slits so it can be used for feder sparring?

    ArmStreet Team:

    Hi Alex, yes, please simply leave this request in the comment to your order. 

  • Enrique 14 of November 2018:

    Hola consulta el precio es en dolares EEUU ? soy Enrique de Argentina. Gracias

    ArmStreet Team:

    Hi Enrique! Yes, the price is in US dollars. 

  • Mitch 24 of September 2018:

    Is it possible to get the sugarloaf with paladin etching on the face plate, or around the whole helmet? Similar to the bascinet the paladin set is shown with.

    ArmStreet Team:

    Hi Mitch! Unfortunately, custom etching is not possible for this helmet, sorry. 

  • Garrison Garett Pauls 03 of September 2018:

    Hi I have a 24 inch head and the small would not do so when will the larger one be in so I can buy

    ArmStreet Team:

    Hi! We do not re-stock helmets very often, unfortunately, so we recommend you to select custom size option and helmet will be made according to your personal measurements.

  • Javier 24 of July 2018:

    Can you wear a mail coif below this helmet? If so how many centimeters should be added to head circumference?


    Hi! Yes, you can wear it with mail coif. Head circumference should be measured over the coif. 

  • Michael D Banister 13 of June 2018:

    Can you get the helm without the cross decoration?

    ArmStreet Team:

    Hi Michael, yes it is possible. Please leave this request in the comment to your order. 

  • Dennis 16 of March 2018:

    Is it possible to have the helmet galvanized to eliminate the need for oiling?

    ArmStreet Team:

    Hi Dennis, unfortunately, we cannot galvanize the helmet. 

  • Jack 16 of March 2018:

    Is the padding good enough for combat? Or would you recommend an arming cap/collar with it?

    ArmStreet Team:

    Hi Jack, yes the padding is enough for combat. 

  • David 03 of February 2018:

    Can this be made without the cross decoration?

    ArmStreet Team:

    Hi David, yes it is possible. Please simply leave this request in the comment to your order. 

  • Tristan 07 of December 2017:

    Hi, I was wanting to get a helm in stock but my head size is 59.5 cm, which should I choose, L/XL or S/M

    ArmStreet Team:

    Hi Tristan!

    The armorer`s advice is that you should choose the bigger size. 

  • Jarrett 20 of June 2017:

    Can this helmet be etched to match the Paladin set? If not, do you have a list of helmets that can be etched to match it? Thanks in advance! recently discovered this website and was amazed at the stuff here!

    ArmStreet Team:

    Hi Jarrett, yes it is possible. Please contact our support team for details. 

  • Erik Tussey 28 of April 2017:

    Does the visor have a lock to keep it from rattling/ opening and does it lock to a raised position?

    ArmStreet team:

    Yes, there is a button on one side which keeps it closed and raised.

  • 28 of November 2016:

    Is this helmet suitable for HMB/Battle of Nations type full-contact fights?

    ArmStreet team:

    Yes, this helmet with meets all BotN standards
    and SCA heavy fighting standards(https://www.sca.org/officers/marshal/docs/marshal_handbook.pdf).
    According to the official SCA armor requirements, listed in the Marshal's Handbook, the Medieval Sugarloaf Helmet Stainless is legal in all respects:
    - steel thickness is 14 ga (2.0 mm)
    - welded and riveted seams
    - no openings larger than 1 inch in diameter
    - face guard extends below the chin
    - secure visor with pin
    - no internal projections
    - padding and chin strap are included

    Note regarding armor legality: we have to warn that local marshals/team captains/individual judges on various festivals and events sometimes tend to amend the rules. Therefore, we recommend learning the armor requirements of the event which you're going to attend
    in advance. No claim will be admitted in case of failure to participate in the competition due to the mismatch of the armor any rules.

  • Jamie Campbell 25 of September 2016:

    Just wanting to know if this helm has a chin strap as well?

    ArmStreet team:

    Yes, the helmet has a chin strap.

  • Jason Thoreson 06 of September 2016:

    For the sugarloaf Helm Just curious if extra vertical bars can be put in the eye slots so there are no gaps larger then 3/4 inch?

    ArmStreet team:

    We can make the slot smaller or add the vertical bars, no problem, just mention it in the comments to your order.

  • Alan Panting 17 of August 2016:

    Hi sorry for a silly question. I really love the look of this helmet so so much. is there a complete armour set that matches this helmet. if not I also really love the look of the kings guard armour set will it look to much out of place having this helmet with the kings guard set. look forward to your opinion. :)

    ArmStreet team:

    This helmet doesn`t have the matching armor kit. It can look good with the King`s Guard armour set, if the set will be ordered with no etching. To order the set without etching, please just mention it in the comments to your order.

  • Lukas H 21 of July 2016:

    Is there any way to attach an aventail to this?

    ArmStreet team:

    Yes, we can attach an aventail to this helmet for $100.00 extra. Please order via our website and mention in the comments to the order that you need it with the aventail attached. After that we`ll send you a PayPal invoice for the extra charge.

  • Laurel Cluff 13 of November 2015:

    Hi, I'm in a heavy steel fighting group and the requirements say that our helmets must be a minimum of 13 gauge stainless steel (or 12 gauge mild). Is there a way that you could do this? If so, what would the price difference be? Thanks for your time, Laurel

    ArmStreet team:

    2.5 mm mild steel (12 ga) is available for +25% extra. If this works for you, please order via the site and add a comment to your order. We'll send an invoice for the extra charge to your PayPal email.

  • Max Du Boise 27 of May 2015:

    How much extra would it cost to add etching to this helm to match the kings guard set, if purchased seperately?

    ArmStreet team:

    This helmet cannot be made with “The King's Guard” style etching, sorry.

  • cameron jackson 25 of February 2015:

    are you still offering free shipping for this sugarloaf helm? I'm simply trying to compare and make a decision to order the product.

    ArmStreet team:

    To date free shipping offer is over, sorry. We offer "free shipping on everything" within a few days several times a year - roughly every two months. You can subscribe to our newsletter to get free shipping notification.

  • Sujit 03 of January 2015:

    OMG this is gorgeous! It looks like the front of an old book! Happy Holidays!

  • Joshua 15 of September 2014:

    Hi there. I was trying to order your sca sugarloaf with visor safety pin. I need the upgrade to 14ga stainless steel. I went through the checkout and it was going to charge me for the price without the upgrade. How do I order it with the upgrade?

    ArmStreet team:

    Now this helmet comes in stainless 14 ga steel by default, no extra charges.

  • adam bazley 11 of March 2014:

    Rather than a Pin would i be able to get a leather strap on the bottom on the visor to fix it down? and would you be able to add a bargrill as well?

    ArmStreet team:

    Pin can not be replaced with the leather strap, sorry.
    SCA bargrill can be made for bascinet type helmets only.

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  • JW 15 of September 2023:

    14g stainless steel is heavy and strong, and the design is very beautiful And the size fits well, so it's good

  • Michael 02 of June 2023:

    Had the helm for a little over a month, went to SCA practices, a tourney, and a short war (Portrero). I really liked the sewn padding, but needs to be closed cell foam inside versus what ever is in there. I backed the padding with 1/4 Closed Cell Foam to get sufficient padding to meet requirements and to be snug fitting. Single chin strap was insufficient to keep helm from being pushed into face, put 1/2 padding on the chin area of the helm to correct. Would probably go with the drawstring and toggle if I bought another one. Spring Lock was hit during practice, took a little doing to get it back in place, but is a nice feature. During the tourney had issues breathing, the cross fleury and helm cover the mouth area. During the war drilled some holes in mouth the area, which improved breathing significantly. Really happy with the helm after modifications. 12 ga is definitely heavy, probably best to stick with 14 ga.

  • kevin trahan 14 of November 2022:

    can you get a strap and buckle on the 16 ga. helm? or a mirror polish on the 14ga.?

    ArmStreet Team:

    Yes, it is possible upon request. 

  • Greg 28 of April 2021:

    Helmet fits like a glove, is built like a tank, and flat stunning in appearance...if you are looking for this style medieval helmet, don't hesitate and buy this one.

  • nigel 17 of September 2020:

    Great helmet, fits awesomely, strong as anything and looks amazing 10/10 product

  • Mathias Lyon of the Loch 14 of June 2019:

    If your looking to buy a helm and this Sugarloaf catches your eye, BUY IT! It is simply the very best purchase on armor I ever have made. It fits snug, doesnt rattle, and can hold true to some seriously heavy contact. This helm makes you feel invincible! The vision slots are expertly crafted to yield to you an amazing field of view, which is very deceptive to your opponent. Cleaning the brass with brasso makes the brass look like pure gold. I am not yet a knight in the SCA, but because of this helm and my armor I get called "Sir" by mistake and I have to explain I have not yet been knighted yet, because I dont want to take from thise that have earned the title when I have yet to do so. But does make you feel good. This helm is a masterpiece. A true work of art and engineering. I have never seen another person wearing it yet? And I cant understand why? If your 15th to 16th century you need to have one of these! My motto is, "If you want to be a knight, act like one! And looking like a knight doesnt hurt either! Be knightly!" Buy this helm! Yea, the costs cuts a little after first, but you have my word it will take your persona to a new level of awesome!

  • David 11 of February 2018:

    Just got mine, wonderful craftsmanship! Solid construction, strong rivets, I feel like I could use it to head butt through a brick wall. Excellent work Armstreet!

  • Matthias the Lion 04 of October 2017:

    This helm is amazing for sca combat! It provides you with great vision, doesnt make your head an oversized target, and you just down right look badass! If you arent using one of these you are disrespecting yourself. Buy one youll never want to use any other helm! 5 out of 5 stars!

  • Strike Force 12 of October 2016:

    exactly as advertised shipped with no issues

  • Phil 10 of August 2015:

    I just received this helm today and it is AMAZING! Thank you very much for prompt communication and attention to detail. I just have one question, in your experience what is the best way to care for this helm's metal? What do you recommend doing to keep it's luster and overall looking like a monster on the field? Thanks again!

    ArmStreet team:

    Great, many thanks for your feedback, Phil!

    Armor made of stainless steel doesn't require any special care. You can clean and polish it with a dry soft cloth and some sort of oil (for example, waste engine oil). Do not polish the surface with the abrasive materials. Water ingress is permissible, but not desirable (do not wipe it with a damp cloth, do not immerse in water, do not wash in the washing machine). After each use, the helmet should be cleaned and wiped dry. Keep it in dry ventilated area, sudden temperature changes must be excluded. Before the long-term storage, make sure that the helm is clean, dry and completely covered with oil.

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