- 16 gauge steel construction
- close fit
- extension at the back of the head, creating a pointed tail at the neck
- movable visor
- chin strap
- leather suspension liner
Thought to have emerged in France or Burgandy, the Sallet was the replacement for the bascinet. This helmet provided a close fit and included an extension at the back of the head, making a pointed tail at the neck for superior protection. Featuring a moveable visor, forged 16 gauge steel, a chin strap, and leather suspension liner.
late 15th century
A late fifteenth-century German sallet, with bevor.