The Gjermundbu Helm is the only relatively complete helmet found which belonged to a Viking during the Viking age. It was found in a burial mound at Gjermundbu farm near Buskerud, Norway. This reproduction of this famed Viking helmet is crafted from 16 gauge steel and features a spike atop the helmet, as well as oculars to protect the upper face.
A camail of butted mail is fitted to the helmet and its entire interior is lined with leather; an integrated internal suspension of leather is fitted within the helm and can be adjusted to fit with its leather cord. A chinstrap of leather with an adjustable, antiqued brass buckle secures the helmet to the head.