Polished steel, 18 gauge thick, makes this Gladiator helmet strong and durable. The top of the helmet has a steel plume forged to it. The plume stretches from the back out to a point at the front. On the front of the helm is a functional basinet used to protect the face. It can be pushed up or down and adjusted according to the armor needs. Leather lines the inside with a smart adjustable suspension for soft and natural comfort. A leather chin strap can be adjusted to fit all sizes. This Gladiator Helmet expresses the aggressiveness of the sport of the arena. The Rhino spike and aggressive squared contours of this helmet improve the support of the structure. Impact from the top is quickly diverted down the side and away from vital areas. The absolute functionality of the helmet provides a powerful appearance and makes an appealing display. Rhino Gladiator Helmets have one main function, survivability.
Features & Highlights
- Overall Length: 14 Inches
- Width: 12 Inches
- Material: 18 Gauge Steel
- Flat Contoured Structure
- Features: Leather Suspension Liner, Leather Adjustable Strap
|Item Weight:||4 pounds|
|Item Size:||7 x 10 x 10 inches|
|Package Weight:||4.55 pounds|
|Package Size:||10.98 x 8.82 x 8.82 inches|
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