What evil hath those hand wrought? Let your wicked deeds be noticed when you wear the Bloodwalker Gauntlets. This dark fantasy armour suits necromancers, dark mages, barbarians, and more.
Unique Leather Weathering and Finish:
Handcrafted from 8-9 ounce leather, these medieval fantasy half gauntlets look as though they have been colored by their dark deeds. They are vegetable-dyed a dark red and black. Intentional slashes, sanding, and varnishing, as well as irregularities in the leather add to their rugged, battle-tested look. Antique brass-plated rivets reinforce both their structure and style.
Riveted in an articulated, layered structure, the red and black leather plates cover a black base. Three plates cover the top of the hands, secured with antique brass rivets at the side. Another plate protects the thumb.
Then, a wide plate of black and red leather covers the wrist. Black straps crisscross over that, and the wrist plate comes to a wicked point towards the forearm.
Great for wearing over your favorite pair of gloves, these medieval fantasy partial gauntlets leave the fingers and back of the wrist open for better mobility in battle. They make it easier to wield your LARP sword or mage staff.
A buckled strap at the wrist secures the Bloodwalker Gauntlets in place. Additional black leather straps help keep the hand armour on at the top of the wrist and around the thumb.
Whether playing as a wicked warlock or blood-soaked berserker, you can look the part in devastating style when you wear this fantasy gauntlets. Looking for the complete Bloodwalker look? Check out the Bloodwalker Armour Set (ARMOUR-L37) for each piece of this medieval fantasy leather armour set.
- Sold as a pair
- Red and black dye suits villainous characters
- Partial gauntlet design allows better movement
- Straps secure and adjust the fit
- Great for necromancers, undead warriors, dark mages, 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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