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One Adult Plastic Viking Helmet

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  • 6" high
  • 15" wide
  • Includes one package of 1.

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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,201 in Clothing (See Top 100 in Clothing)
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    CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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    Customer Reviews

    Since one size fits all it was tight on my big head.
    chuckmatthews
    This was perfect for my sons Studio C Awkward Avoidance Viking Halloween costume.
    K. Neely
    This helmet came without the horns, just two holes in the helmet part.
    Leslie E. Triana

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    100 of 101 people found the following review helpful By Moviefan on September 29, 2009
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    If you're looking for a gag viking helmet, my friends, look no further. Your search has brought you here, and every moment of my life has led me to a point where I can tell you this: Everything is more fun while you're wearing this viking helmet. Vacuum your rugs with it on. Pay your bills. Romantic evenings. You're wearing a plastic viking helmet. It arrives in four pieces, but you're not stupid and can figure out how to snap them together. The "horn" material is made with a realistic off-white color to match that of real bone of a viking kill. The main helmet piece appears to be actual hammered metal. Amazing attention to detail. Buy this, wear it, and then go forth and conquer.
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    29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Mike Barbour on February 20, 2014
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    I wear this hat when I mow the lawn. It keeps strangers away and my wife doesn't worry about infidelity.
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    17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Pino on March 4, 2013
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    My previous helmet supplier, Ulrich's of Svendland, went out of business. Since then, I'd struggled to find the appropriate headgear for pillaging and plundering. It never occurred to me to check out a company called "Viking." Go figure.

    Anyways, I'm talking to my friend, Olaf, and he's says, "Go and get your head fitted for the Wunderhorn model (pictured). You won't regret it," he says. I swore a blood oath to Njörðr to check it out. Well, don'tcha know, when I sported one of these fine plastic horned caps into battle, it made all the difference. I wish I could convey the terror in the eyes of the villagers as I stormed their straw huts in search of gold for Odin. I'd like to say it was my crimson axe conveying that terror, but in truth, I know it was the Viking helmet, by Viking. A toy company.

    Leif Garret!
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    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Craig M. Smith on May 16, 2011
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    I'm very pleased with this helmet. It was exactly like one I had bought at Epcot (at Disney), but for at least half the price. It mysteriously disappeared when my son went off to college, and as it was a very fun costume accessory, I wanted to replace it. The helmet does come unassembled but even for me, a klutz, it was very easy to do. The pieces just pop in to the helmet base and consist of the two horns and the helmet finial. One last point, the helmet is roomy, large enough to wear a funny wig beneath the helmet if you choose--that was the look I was going for---. Doing so helps to secure the helmet to the head. It really is a fun piece, and very dramatic! Happy plundering!
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    14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Shawn MacDonald on July 13, 2008
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    I bought this for pure fun. Always gets a laugh every time you pull it out. Made of plastic but its fairly durable mines been squished and it pops right back into shape. It's definitly worth the money just for the fun it brings with it.
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    11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Summer Kinard on January 30, 2013
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    I've been studying opera for about five years now. My vocal skill is not lacking, but my wardrobe was, until I found this helmet.

    Even though, as a spinto soprano, I will not likely be cast in a role that requires a viking helmet, I still felt drawn to one. After all, the first thing people try to sing at one when they find out one is an opera singer is Brunnhilde's, "Ho jo to ho!" No one ever sings Tosca or Suor Angelica or Norma. Those women wear: a tiara, a nun's habit, a sacred wreath, all far more flattering to the average opera singer's physique than a horned helmet. No. It's always the Valkyrie, and the image of an armored woman with the horns of some unfortunate cattle projecting out from her cranium.

    When my helmet arrived, and I pulled it out of the clear plastic sleeve and placed it on my head (over two long braids, of course), I had a surge of confidence and joy, of fierceness and passion, so much so that I started singing, as though borne on lightning, with the high C and everything, "Ho jo to ho!" Ah, h*ll, now I get it.

    Pros: Complete opera wardrobe, fun
    Cons: That d*mn aria
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By M. D. Murray on September 3, 2010
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    This helmet is great for adults and kids alike. It fits my adult head and I have a 7 3/4 hat size. It is sturdy enough for wearing outdoors at a football game, but I wouldn't try ramming/goring another person or "horn dualing" with it - it is plastic and it simply snaps together. Costume and mascot quality, yes. Protection for the head, NO. Go VIKINGS!
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    4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 26, 2011
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    When you recieve the package you will notice that the helmet is actually in pieces, which isnt a big deal. You slip the two horns into the sides of the helmet and then slip on the little furry additions to the base of the horns.

    Visually, it does its job. Its made of the same cheap plastic that most costumes are made of. My only real gripe with it is that the edge where the helmet meets your head is very sharp. The plastic was cut without any kind of rounding of the edges. It will start to bother you if you wear the helmet for more than a few minutes. Also, once you take off the helmet you will have a red line across your forehead from the sharp edges.

    Would I buy this again? Maybe, but im leaning towards no.
    Would I recommend this to a friend? To buy? no...
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