Made from differing materials dependent on the type of use the helmet will see, they are unique from one another in many ways. Female and male versions exist in all types to better suit the dissimilar horn structure of each gender.
The Solanii helmets are oblong, full-face helmets that have extensions for the horns of the wearer. They are rounded on all sides save for where they are open on the bottom, which is an oval-shape opening. There is a transparent visor that can be pushed up or left down over the eyes of the wearer and there are two straps on either side of the oval-shaped opening on the bottom with buckle devices attached to them, which when connected offer the wearer the protection that the helmet will not come off. The recreational helmets are transparent while the military-use ones are made up of glassy and non-reflective tiles.
Used in Iromakuanhe sports, this helmet completely covers the head of the wearer and is composed of a transparent, inexpensive, but remarkably strong material, Strodirn. Like the military-use helmets, there is a transparent visor that goes over the eyes of the wearer made up of Anti-Reflective Transparent Constructs (ARTCs), a medium strength metamaterial. Also, like the military version, there is a buckle on the underside and comes in both genders to better fit the horns of the Iromakuanhe wearer.
Created for the Astral Vanguard using a composite material made of both regenerative and electrical components that has heavy protection and is moderately inexpensive. This helmet employs Radio which allows the wearer to communicate with others with ease. There is a transparent visor that goes over the eyes of the wearer made up of Anti-Reflective Transparent Constructs (ARTCs), a medium strength metamaterial. There is a locking mechanism in the form of a buckle underneath the chin that protects the helmet from releasing from the user at any inopportune times. It comes in both male and female versions that both contain the horns of the wearer and offer protection to them.