Visored Barbuta Helmet
Combat Barbuta with Detachable Visor
This helmet is one of the most controversial armor pieces and always causes a lot of debates. As far as we know, only two pieces of this type are available in museums, and most researchers and reenactors consider them to be a regular open-face barbuta, dated circa mid. XV century, upgraded later with the removable visor.
Which makes a lot of sense for us as this conversion allows you to have a great 2-in-1 gear, open-face, entirely historically looking barbuta and a visored helmet which can be used for most types of combat, including heavy formats and jousting. So, with its very aggressive, fantasy looking design, this helmet is a universal armor for many things, from living history to HMB, jousting, and LARP.
Functionally, our visored barbuta goes in a variety of steel thicknesses and can be a mirror- or satin-polished, it's also supplied with a pin-lock to meet up to adapted for heavy fighting formats and some other formats requirements.
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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.
- Stainless steel (16, 14 or 12 ga);
- Leather chin strap;
- Historical padding.
- Detachable visor;
- Buckled chin strap;
- Visor Pin-lock.
- no padding;
- open cell foam fabric padding (light formats);
- closed cell foam fabric padding (heavy formats).