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How do you pad your Corinthian helmet?
#1
How are you guys lining and padding your helmets? Even with arming caps I would suspect there is a fair amount of movement. Can you post pictures on how you have done this and/or attached lining of padding?
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#2
Read this: http://www.romanarmytalk.com/20-roman-re...nings.html
Christian K.

No reconstruendum => No reconstruction.

Ut desint vires, tamen est laudanda voluntas.

LEGIO XIII GEMINA

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#3
At the risk of offending purists, let me suggest you purchase replacement padding for an Army Kevlar helmet. The padding is easy to install, provides comfort and a good fit, cannot be seen while wearing the helmet, and is inexpensive.

Publius Quinctius Petrus Augustinus
(aka Pierre A. Kleff, Jr.)
Petrus Augustinus
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#4
That is what I use for a number of helmets and it works perfectly as the pads are so easily adjustable. They are also easy to clean.
Joe Balmos
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#5
Where do you get them?
Pecunia non olet
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#6
Last time I bought a few sets there were many dozens for sale on Ebay, and cheap.

Make sure you get all the parts, not just the pads.
Joe Balmos
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