Circa 1250 - the sugarloaf, a type of great helm popular during the late Crusades. The semi-conical top deflected blows much more efficiently than the earlier style flat-topped great helms. Crafted in 16 gauge steel with brass trim, with support liner. One size fits many, but not for the big-headed or large-nosed (ouch!)
height: 13" (side seam to point)
opening: 8" side to side
opening: 9 1/4" front to back
chin to eyeslot: 7"
outer circumference at eyeslots: 27 1/4"
weight: 6 lb 5.0 oz