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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Dragonborn cosplay helmet

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Dragonborn cosplay helmet

$79.99
$79.99

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* ESTIMATED SHIPPING DATE: EU & AUS - NOW. US: LATE SEPT. 2020 *

"I got to thinking… maybe I’m the Dragonborn and I just don’t know it yet!" ― Guard

Be the Dragonborn with your own Dragonborn (wearable) helmet. The Dragonborn helmet was originally named the Tamrielic Relic and is the iconic Iron Helmet from The Elder Scrolls V used by the Dohvahkiin (a.k.a. Dragonborn). No adventurer should leave the homestead without their Dragonborn helmet.

This is a cosplay helmet and is meant to represent a hand forged helmet (including imperfections that could be expected in a hand forged item such as the eye openings being slightly different in size, being slightly asymmetrical etc.).

Made of high-quality polyurethane foam

Helmet measurements:
Weight: 660grams
Lenght: 27cm
Width: 39cm
Height: 23cm
Circumference: 60cm

The measurements stated above are approximate measurements as each helmet is hand cast (and hand painted) so there may be some slight variation.

Important:: The Dragonborn cosplay helmet comes in one (1) size. To measure the size/circumference of your head, place a measuring tape around the fullest part of your head - this is generally just above the ears and about a 1-2cm above the eyebrows for most people (i.e. the temple area) - and take the measurement at the forehead. To get the most accurate measurement have a friend help you.

Warning: This is not a safety helmet and cannot protect you from injuries that may result from slashing or any other kind of direct contact that may occur during play, nor can a helmet protect you from a blow from an opponent that was intentional or accidental.

Images shown are representative only and the final product may vary.

Purchase quantity limited to 2 pieces per account/delivery address.

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