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Lorica Segmentata of the Praetorian Guard

#300562
This fully functional and wearable breastplate has segments forged of blued 16 gauge steel that are attached to each other with leather bands for flexibility. The trim, latches, hinges, and rivets are brass. The pauldrons are hinged and attach to the lower armor with adjustable leather straps. Typically worn over a tunic, this is a replica of an elite version of the famous armor of the Roman Legionnaires.
$249.95

Wooden Viking Quadrant Shield

#805221
This hand-painted Viking shield is made from individual planks like the originals. It has been hand-painted with red and gray quadrants and yellow circles. The metal rim is articulated for a better fit and the pieces overlap at the rivet points for stronger construction. Features a steel boss to protect the hand and a wooden grip.
$169.95

Spanish Morion Helmet

#300563
The Morion was worn by early Spanish explorers and conquistadors during the 16th and early 17th centuries. It is characterized by the flat brim and a comb, or "crest, "running from front to back which helped deflect blows and strengthened the top.
$69.95

Classic Norman Nasal Helm

#300561
This style helmet is pictured extensively on the Bayeux Tapestry. Its basic, minimalist design allowed for excellent vision and unencumbered breathing. Hand-forged from 18 gauge steel, it is a classic skullcap helmet with a reinforcing band around the base and crossbar nasal guard.
$74.95

Steel Breastplate

#300571
This polished, 18 gauge steel breastplate features a three-piece design that is securely riveted together. That top piece has a rounded neckline. The midsection features a tri-peaked upper edge. The bottom piece has a flared band at the bottom for greater mobility of the hips. Secures to the wearer with leather straps that cross the back and buckle at the edges.
$89.95

Olmutz Nasal Helmet

#300574
This reproduction Olmutz nasal helmet is made of 18 gauge steel and has a classic conical shape with a nose guard. Adjustable cloth liner with a chinstrap.
$59.95

Riveted Aluminum "Battle Worn" Mail Armor Shirt

#300555
This light mail, about 60% lighter than steel, utilizes aluminum rings which have been riveted for durability and good protection. Even if you wear it all day long you'll hardly notice the weight. In addition, it has been given an attractive dark grey finish for a battle-worn look.
$294.95

Riveted Aluminum "Battle Worn" Mail Armor Coif

#300554
This light mail, about 60% lighter than steel, utilizes aluminum rings which have been riveted for durability and good protection. Even if you wear it all day long you'll hardly notice the weight. In addition, it has been given an attractive dark grey finish for a battle-worn look.
$89.95

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Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Hounskull Bascinet

A very nice helmet, especially for the price. Solid construction, but a little tight getting it on the head, but once on sits very nicely on your head. Definitely a great buy.
Reviewed by: Phillip, February 21, 2024

Review of: Hounskull Bascinet

First time buyer but am impressed with the company's communication, fast shipping and great product.
For a replica I was very satisfied with the construction and good quality for the price. Great reproduction for any man cave!
Will buy again...
Reviewed by: Bob, January 28, 2024

Review of: Hounskull Bascinet

This helmet looks like it should cost twice as much, at least.  It is very well made and is correct in proportion.  Too often cheap bascinet helmets are not made to the correct proportion.  This looks to be based on the Churburg #16.  Though I think this helmet look better then the original since the original looks to have an ill fitting visor.  I am making aventail for this.  Only down side is visor cannot stay up. But that is fine.  I have an open faced bascinet  for that.
Reviewed by: Scott, November 16, 2023

Review of: Hounskull Bascinet

I was really surprised when I got this especially for the price you pay. From what I remember, I read on my armory.com. This helmet weighs very close to those bascinets in the Wallace collection. I can put this on but I need some kind of arming cap because it sits a little low on my head so there’s plenty of space for an arming cap or coif. This really looks good and it’s worth the price.
Reviewed by: Ernest, November 07, 2023

Review of: Hounskull Bascinet

Good Lord do I like this!  This helmet fits very well right out of the box and isn't so danged heavy you can't move your head!  The only issue is the the pins that hold the visor on can come out of the hinge and fall off when you are taking the hemlet off or moving it around.  I will probably drill a hole on the end and attach a chain or strap to keep them from getting lost!  Well made helmet and it looks great!!!  Having the integrated liner is a big plus!!
Reviewed by: Deane, May 18, 2023

Review of: Medieval Gorget

The gorget is very well made. Lighter than I expected, which was a nice surprise. Nicely oiled, the leather straps offer a lot of adjustment options, and the pins are sturdy. Would not use with their light Paladin Gambeson, but rather one of their thicker ones, or the padded arming collar, as it's still metal.
Reviewed by: Lance, July 28, 2022

Review of: Medieval Gorget

Thick, rigid,  large enough for my neck with padding. The transitional pauldrons don't attach to this unless the straps are modified.
Reviewed by: Christopher, April 20, 2022

Review of: Hounskull Bascinet

I just got this helmet yesterday, and true enough it’s a great buy. This fits extremely well and looks amazing.
While it’s true the visor doesn’t lift completely it still moves easily and comes with strapping to secure it around the back of the head. It’s also easy to see out of and came padded.
Overall, this is a great helmet for anyone. I highly recommend this hounskull as your next gear find.
Reviewed by: Bryan, November 05, 2021

Review of: Hounskull Bascinet

So this is not my first helm from MRL.  Want to change up my look a little for the fairs.  This one runs a little tighter then my first.  But still very wearable.  The visor does not even come close to lifting up enough to get it out of your way.  But that is about the only draw back.  worth every penny.
Reviewed by: Andrew, June 25, 2021

Review of: Hounskull Bascinet

This helmet is really well done. The visor can't be held up all the way but it looks good.
Reviewed by: Gideon, April 19, 2021