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    Kit swords

    Kit swords develop children's creative abilities and skills and enhance...

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    Camail (chain mail coif)

    Suitable accessory for every helmet.

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    Combat helmet

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Paper Helmets

Material and Finish of Helmets

We produce helmet replicas from the period of the Early and High Middle Ages. When developing our models we carefully follow original helmets and drawings of real preserved helmets.

How do we produce replicas of historical helmets?

Helmets and their components are made of strong recycled cardboard, they are steamed and bonded using a special technology. More stressed joints of helmets are doubled, riveted or otherwise reinforced. This method of construction guarantees sufficient resistance of our helmets against blows with a wooden sword and other cutting and blunt weapons from our offered range. The surface of our helmets - in parts where it does not come into contact with skin - is treated with a combination of paints imitating the appearance of metal. These paints do not rub or wash away. Most of our products are of a decorative nature. Upon agreement we can coat the surface of our helmets with paints approved for children's toys. This, however, results in a loss of the metallic appearance.

We believe that you will find it easy to choose from our offered range. We hope you will enjoy the time spent on reading the following pages.

How to Put on a Helmet with a Visor Correctly?

Upon getting a visor helmet for the first time most children try to put it on their heads at all costs. They are, however, not always successful.

Helmet Sizes

To determine the proper size of a helmet is not a rocket science, but we will describe the procedure including some exceptions.