Raven Helmet – Polished Steel

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In a style that befits a Viking helmet, the Raven Helmet – Polished Steel makes sure to provide maximum coverage while retaining mobility. This awesome steel helmet is designed with combat in mind and will be sure to protect you! To provide maximum mobility while keeping you protected, this helmet protects your neck with a curtain of chainmail that hooks through holes at the back. Two cheek guard flaps emerge from the sides of the helmet to protect the sides of your face, while a visor protects the front. A buckled leather strap helps to keep the helmet on your head, while a leather string keeps the cheek guards in place. Perfect for LARPing, cosplay, and reenactments, this polished 19 gauge mild steel helmet will complete any warrior outfit you might put together!

Be sure to wear this helmet with an arming cap for enhanced comfort and safety. And remember to check out our helmet stands for the best way to both store and show off your helmet with pride!

Key Features:

  • Possesses a polished steel finish
  • Secured via buckled leather straps
  • Features historically accurate design
  • Comes in multiple sizes
  • Perfect for any LARP outfit or cosplay


  • Made from 19 gauge mild steel
Head CircumferenceOverall Height
Medium24.4 inches10.6 inches
Large25.2 inches11 inches

1 review for Raven Helmet – Polished Steel

  1. daniel.garry.lane (verified owner)

    Love it! I ordered one size larger than necessary so that I could insert some additional padding, and it fits wonderfully after putting in some foam. There is the typical Epic Armoury style adjustable leather thing on the inside so that it can be set to your specific head size, which when combined with the chin strap, seems to keep it pretty well in place. The string connecting the cheek plate is totally useless and uncomfortable, but leaving it off made no real difference, but that may just be the size/shape of my head, not sure. If you have a small head it may be helpful for snugging the cheek plates to your face and help stabilize the helm, but I just didn’t find a need for that. The chainmail hanging from the back helps to balance out the weight of the ocular guard and cheek plates on the front, but when I removed it so I could paint the rest of the helmet, it actually didn’t feel a whole lot different. Out of the box, this helm (like all armor) comes coated in grease, so make sure you have an old towel to put it down on when you take it out of the plastic bag. You’ll definitely want to wipe some of that off, but be aware that the helmet should be greased to avoid rusting. Another nice way to avoid that is by cleaning the grease off and then spraying on a few coats of clear enamel and… Boom: no messy grease and no rust!

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