The "Phrygian" helmet owes its name to the characteristic forward-facing tip, reminiscent of typical helmets from the Classical Antiquity. It's also called "Italo-Norman" helmet because they were commonly used by Norman knights who moved from Sicily to southern Italy.
This type of helmet was very popular in Europe especially during the 12th century.
It is made of two 2mm steel pieces welded in the center, the nasal protection is 4mm thick.
It has an interior suspension system with slightly padded fabric, riveted to the inner perimeter of the helmet. It also has a leather strap with a brass buckle.
S: The inner circumference measures 58 cm, forming an oval of approximately 17 x 21 cm.
M: The inner circumference measures 62 cm, forming an oval of approximately 19 x 22.5 cm.
L: The inner circumference measures 65 cm, forming an oval of approximately 20 x 24 cm.