The knight helmet for children 'Normans' in black/yellow is the ideal head protection for all medieval fans and small knights. In peppy black-yellow it is an eye-catcher and offers by the folding visor real knight feeling, great optics and best protection. The Landesgewerbeanstalt Bayern (LGA) has examined it and it has been awarded the CE seal of approval.
- Colour: black/yellow/silver
- Made in Germany
- Air holes in sight
- Made of solid coated cardboard
- Health-compatible materials
What does the Norman Knight's Helmet consist of?
Your knight helmet is made of firm cardboard and under examined quality in DE. Your helmet has a folding visor that you can fold up and down as required. Thus not only your head, but also your whole face is protected. It also has air holes in its sights. The helmet is available in the colour combination black/yellow/silver.
What do I need my Norman helmet for?
This special helmet, which was spread all over Europe, protects you both on horseback, i.e. in mounted combat, and in close combat, and prevents a knight from causing himself dangerous head injuries. When the visor is folded down, nothing can happen to your face, but through the visor you always have a good view of your opponent. With the visor down, you'll also look scarier.
Knight helmets earlier
Fortunately, your knight's helmet is not made of real iron, as was the case in the Middle Ages, otherwise it would be much too heavy for your head. In the past, however, it was important that it was made of robust material to prevent the penetration of spears and other weapons and to provide the best protection. A real knight usually wore a chain mail hood under his helmet.
Why is the helmet a Norman helmet?
Helmets of this kind were worn mainly in the 13th century and are a further development of the so-called Nasal helmet, which was also known as Norman helmet. The nasal helmet possessed a somewhat wider nose piece, which served for the protection of the nose. The full-facing of the head then came with the buckle and two-part iron-on helmets. You will find out that a folding visor is much more practical and protects altogether also better.
Warning: "This toy offers no protection".
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