For a period accurate look, you cannot forget to add in this Drawstring Bound Medieval Pouch! Prior to the 17th century, people from all walks of life would have favored a bag like this, tied to their belt, for carrying all sorts of different items. Historically, money would have been the most common content of a bag like this, but today, it can be used for a variety of things. It is large enough to secure wallets, cell phones and more, allowing a reenactor to easily carry their modern amenities in a more discreet fashion. The bag is crafted from heavy, soft suede leather, which is supple enough to move and flex, yet still sturdy and strong. An embossed leather plate adorns the bags face, while the mouth is drawn closed via a drawstring. Carried in a pocket or tied to the belt, this Drawstring Bound Medieval Pouch is an appealing part of any authentic look, as well as a handy way to carry a variety of different items, from cell phones to fairy dust to coins – because really, most people would love to carry a bag of clinking coins.
- A Versatile Leather Pouch
- Has a Drawstring Closure
- Smaller Size Makes it Light and Discreet
- Ideal for Carrying and Storing Trinkets, Accessories, and Small Modern Amenities
- A Great Accent for Virtually Medieval Costume or Look
- Made from Fine, Quality Leather