Viking Helmet with Horns
Viking Helmet with Horns 
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Viking Helmet with Horns
Viking Helmet with Horns
9th Century Helmet
Modeled After Historically Accurate Spectacle Helmets

 Once more, for those not listening in the back of the room, Vikings as a general rule, did wear helmets with horns on them. Horns may well have been worn for ceremonial occasions, but wearing horns in battle is really tricky for many reasons but the vikings could do anything and certainly horns were super cool!

This Authentic Styled Viking Helmet was typical for use by a Viking Warrior. This replica features a full metal helmet with a spike and plastic horns.

**Please note: This helmet does not have a leather liner.

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