German Gothic Salade Helmet w/ Bevor
Suitable for foot or mounted combat, this two-tiered helmet was prized by both knights and men-at-arms. The Salade, or English Sallet, possibly originated in France or Burgundy. It was constructed with a tail to protect the back of the head and neck. This version sits flush on a bevor, which protects the chin and throat. The original is believed to be English and dates from about 1480.
A classic helm for medieval warriors, knights, and lords. Great for reenactment and combat activities. Form and function come together in this German Gothic Sallet Helmet with Bevor, making it a fine helmet for any knight or warrior to wear, whether they are making an appearance at a fair or fighting their foes off in a mock tourney at any combat reenactment event.
Our replica features the moveable visor and a bevor, piece of plate armour designed to protect the neck, with falling buff like the original. Bevor can be fixed to two different heights.
- Forged of 18 gauge steel, both the salade and bevor are fully lined and wearable.
- Fits a head Circumference up to 25” approx.
Made by Windlass Steelcrafts®