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Even the regular Roman soldier was a well-equipped and well-trained soldier. They were armed and armored, with most soldiers even wearing the Roman Trooper Helmet in order to provide the most protection possible on the field of battle. This helmet has the original look and feel of a classic Roman helmet, featuring a rounded cap with a visor, as well as a protective tail in the rear, located at the base of the neck. The forehead of the helmet features a protective rim, while the sides of the helmet features hinged flap protection, designed to cover and protect the face. The helmet is made from 18 gauge polished carbon steel and features attractive brass accents, including circular accents located on the flap protectors and along the forehead rim of the helmet. Brass also accents the rim of the helmet's forehead and open ears. This classic Roman Trooper Helmet wasn't designed to be pretty but rather it was designed for effectiveness, protecting a trooper's head without compromising his effectiveness. But there is a simple sort of elegance and appeal that this helmet offers to collectors and reenact-ors.
??Includes: A classic Roman Trooper styled Helm with two protective flaps extending from the sides. Made from quality metals and materials with gold-colored rivets and subtle decorations.
Best Worn with IR8050A - In a helmet, the top of your head can be a very sensitive spot. After all, the whole weight of the helm, be it steel or leather, is sitting there! This Padded Helmet Cap is the perfect way to improve the fit and comfort factor of almost any helmet.
This rugged, polished, 16 gauge, carbon steel replica of the classic Roman Legionnaire helmet offers solid construction with a 5" neck protector. This is an authentic and high quality replica of the head-amour worn by thousands of Roman troops fighting to extend the Roman Empire during the days of Julius Caesar and Mark Anthony.
Military helmets date from ancient times. Their basic function was to protect the head, face, and sometimes the neck from projectiles and the cutting blows of swords, spears, arrows, and other weapons.
Helmets, armor, and some swords will often come coated in oil when you receive them. The oil helps to prevent rust and tarnishing while shipping the item. This is a good way to protect item when not in use, but you don't want to get oil all over you when you are using it.
How to clean off the oil
The best way to remove this oil is using lacquer thinner to clean it off then letting it air dry. You can then test it with a cotton cloth to see if you've gotten off all of the oil. You are now ready to use your item!
Storing your item
Since helmets, armor, and swords that are not made from stainless steel are prone to rust, it is recommend that you re-coat the item if you are going to store it for any extended amount of time. A coat of WD-40 should work well. There are also sword oils which you can buy that work for longer because they are made to not dry out like WD-40 does after a while.