Sugar Loaf Helmet SinghBros Mart


  • Comes with an adjustable liner
  • Made of 17 gauge steel
  • Fully wearable
  • Weight: 5.5 lbs
  • 8 inches wide
  • 10 inches from neck to
  • front 13.5 inches high
  • fits head sizes up to 25.2″

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What is a Sugar Loaf Helmet?

Sugarloaf helmet is a late variation of medieval head protection Top of helm (Greathelm). The main distinction is a spherical conical dome.In the Middle Ages, Great Helms with a more conical bowl was also known as Sugarloaf helmets on account of their resemblance to a sugar loaf.


About Sugar Loaf Helmet:

This helmet has a metal reinforcement in the shape of the crossover on the Just like all other armors the 14th century has been a time of accelerated change and The sugarloaf Helmet is a Subsequent version of This front. Growth of the helmet some attributes are adopted only for relatively brief periods of time. The conical-shaped helmets of the Normans had by the late 12th century evolved into the terrific crusader helms that were basically just flat-topped cylinders protecting the head nicely. By the early 14th century, the previous conical contour came back with a vengeance, along with the great helm returned into the conical shape. Although the top was easy to fabricate, the shape aided missiles and blows to peek from the surface. This variant of the great helm became called the sugarloaf, and it remained the favored type of the great helm through the century and beyond. The name sugarloaf comes in the form of the helm that is like the shape of a sugarloaf which was the typical way to market and store sugar in the day.
In the Of the carriers religion. By 1350 good helm started to get superseded by the bascinet. The great helm did remain in use, but in the ever more popular sport of this joust, despite the bascinet gaining the upper hand, even the excellent helm may nevertheless be seen in period art depicting battles up before the 15th century.”
Topfhelm one. Its kind has a sharp tip. The word”sugar loaf” was used extensively in the first half of the fourteenth century. Its name was received from the American reenactors at the end of the XXth century. For the first time, this term was utilized to determine the specific type of helmet depicted in the Florentine basilica, dating back into the 1320-1325 decades. Its metal parts can be credited to the Sugarloaf helm that has been discovered in Western Europe. Therefore, this helmet was just known from pictorial sources.


This medieval Sugar Loaf helmet is hand-made. It is made out of high-quality steel and real brass. The helmet comes with a thick padded cotton cap adjustable liner for comfort. This is a historically accurate, authentic reproduction of this famous helm! Great for reenactments, high-end costumes, and collection.


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