Bring a wicked edge to the battlefield with the Ashwalker Bracers. These handcrafted leather arm bracers have the look of ancient armour and look perfect on the forearms of dark sorcerers, evil knights, and more.
Unique Leather Weathering and Finish:
Vegetable-dyed in shades of dark grey and black, these medieval leather bracers have a unique patina that brings to mind blackened, weathered steel. Intentional slashes and irregularities in the 8-9 ounce leather add to their rugged, battle-tested look. They have been sanded and varnished to create an ancient appearance. Antique brass-plated rivets reinforce both their structure and style.
Sold as a pair, the fantasy bracers each have a weathered black leather panel over a solid black base of 5-6 ounce leather. Tapering narrow at the wrist and wider near the elbow, this fantasy armour protects the forearm. The top panel comes to a wicked point. Thin black straps crisscross on the base leather. Then, two buckled leather straps in the back secure and adjust their fit.
These medieval fantasy armour pieces help create the look of a shadowy villain or antihero. Bring decay and destruction to the battlefield as a dark wizard or necromancer. Or wear them as a shadowy assassin or undead knight. The Ashwalker Bracers are versatile enough to suit many fantasy characters for LARP or cosplay while also adding to the style of your character.
Looking for the complete Ashwalker look? Check out the Ashwalker Armour Set (ARMOUR-L39) for each piece of this medieval fantasy leather armour set.
- Sold as a pair
- Patina creates a unique blackened look
- Intentional weathering lends a rugged edge
- Buckled straps adjust and secure the fit
- Great for dark knights, assassins, warlocks, and more
- Made of 8-9 ounce leather with 5-6 ounce leather straps
- Fittings are antique brass plated
- Remove dirt with a hard brush, then gently clean with leather soap and a soft, damp cloth. Remove soap with a separate damp cloth, then use a dry cloth to wipe away remaining water. Let dry naturally. Condition with oil or polish, then wipe with a final cloth to remove excess residue. For more information, check out our guide on How to Take Care of Leather Armour.
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