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Viking Armor

Vikings wore a variety of armor from metal to leather. MuseumReplicas.com offers a variety of Dark Ages armor and protection.

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Leather Vambraces

#200852
These vambraces are made from heavy grade leather and though thick, are easy and comfortable to wear.
$44.95

Leather Greaves

#200854
These greaves are made of heavy grade leather. Feature lace-up closure and brass studs. Matching Leather Vambraces also available.
$67.95

Embossed Viking Helmet

#300386
This helmet is made of 18 gauge steel with an antiqued finish. Features deeply embossed detail on the crown & nose guard and raised traditional Celtic Dog designs on the hinged cheek plates. Adjustable leather liner with chin strap.
$234.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Leather Vendel Viking Helmet

Light weight and comfortable.
Reviewed by: Jeffrey, June 15, 2020

Review of: Blackened Mail Armor Shirt

I love this mail. I have wanted a chain mail  shirt since i was a teenager. When i finally got it i was not disappointing. Bear in mind, if you have never wore a chain shirt, it is not easy on easy off.  20 plus pounds, so now i truly understand the need for a squire. the sleeves are very long as well. Im about 5'10, 5'11 and i can tuck the mail under my bracers. Also it comes with heavy amount of grease on it, so before driving to your cosplay even or renfair, put down a towel or get some good degreaser  for it or you will have a pretty permanent mess on your hands. The price is very low considering the quality. Don't buy other chain mail. Buy Windlass. It delivers.
Reviewed by: Louis, April 10, 2020

Review of: Round Brown Viking Shield

A requested gift from my wife and I could not be happier.  Solid construction and authenticity.  

I am a history professor and I use it in my Military History class to let the students get a "feel" for what it was like to hold a shield in the shield wall (and of course it gives me an excuse to play with it!)
Reviewed by: kevin, January 18, 2020

Review of: Round Brown Viking Shield

My wife bought this for me for Christmas (under my guidance of course).  Good, solid, historically accurate and very well made.  I am going to use this in my military history classes to show how the Norsemen fought in the shield wall.  Very satisfied!!
Reviewed by: kevin, December 28, 2019

Review of: Round Brown Viking Shield

Excellent shield.  Wood is solid.  Bolts are recessed on the back.  Metal edge is thick enough to protect against damage.  Back is reinforced and covered with felt.  Thick leather arm support and solid wood center handle.  You will need a good strong arm and shoulder to hold this shield for any length of time.
Reviewed by: James, February 23, 2019

Review of: Round Brown Viking Shield

I bought this Shield just a bout 3 years ago.  I have used it extensively at various Renaissance Fairs.  It is an impressive mighty shield for both defensive and offensive actions.  Be aware though, it is heavy, so make sure you can rest in between bouts.
Reviewed by: Sam, August 19, 2017

Review of: Vendel Viking Helm

Just received this helmet, it's great, fits comfortably and looks great. The adjustable liner works really well.
Reviewed by: Charles, March 31, 2017

Review of: Round Brown Viking Shield

I just got mine today and I love it!!!
Reviewed by: Michael, January 25, 2017

Review of: Round Brown Viking Shield

Much more than I was expecting for the price.
Reviewed by: justin, July 16, 2016

Review of: Blackened Mail Armor Shirt

This is an absolute must for any armour: Chainmail. The black chainmail is a nice unique version to your armour. This version has a big impact to those who see it on you. It also gives a nice contrast to any armour plate you wear on top of it. Wearing chainmail for the first time,is also interesting. The weight is 23 pounds added to your own. You can feel it in the feet. It also "stretches" in the chest, very odd at first. Museum Replicas did a very good job creating this armour. Most of the links where well butted together. I waited about six months for the chainmail to arrive. It was worth the wait. Remember: they make these by hand in India. It took me a month to make a 9x9 square of chainmail. Thier hard work is worth your wait. I love this armour. Get one, it's all worth it.
Reviewed by: Curt, February 16, 2013