The Italian barbute (also termed a barbuta), is a visorless battle helmet of 15th-century Italian design with a “T” shaped dome for the eyes and mouth.
The each helmet includes (check the editions for more):
- hidden face protection
- internal padding
- chin straps
Thickness of the helmet 2.5mm hardened spring steel.
The face and bottom of the helmet reinforced with 4mm hardened steel parts.
Source of the helmet: Italian barbuta, c. 1460, of the T-shaped form, the Metropolitan Museum of Arts