Helmet in the style of a Viking helmet from the 10th century. The helmet is named after its location in Gjermundbu in Sweden.
The wearer should have a head circumference of 57-61 cm (without hood). The leather helmet lining is cut into a cupped shape, can be adjusted and offers a comfortable wearing comfort, since the apex is not lying directly on the head. Firm fit through chinstraps. As can be seen in the pictures, the viewing slots are wide enough to ensure a good field of view. Due to the chain braiding, one has, besides the good air supply, a sufficient field of view downwards.