Odin had two ravens to tell him news of Midgard. Bring a touch of Norse mythology to your costume by wearing this awesome Floki Viking Raven Belt. Made from premium leather, this belt comes in two colors. The belt features a stylized raven in the front and an embossed knotwork design on the sides. Embossed dots adorn the design, directly above and below the raven. Next, the belt has eight segments connected with leather straps. There is a back segment with buckles for the straps. Two segments have straps. Each one of these strap segments features rivets that secure the strap to the segment. On the side opposite the strap, the segment also has two pairs of holes. Leather lacing goes through these holes. The lacing comes as a single piece and must be divided to connect all of the segments as desired.
Four additional side segments have only the pairs of holes. These side segments allow you to adjust the fit to the size you need. The lacing connects the strap segments, the side segments, and the front segment. Two pairs of holes sit on each end of the front segment. Also, the front segment has a circular piece with the raven in the middle. There are additional pieces next to the circle. They have rounded side edges, continuing the rounded shape of the circle. Rivets secure the circle and side pieces onto the base of the front section. The Floki Viking Raven Belt makes a wonderful accessory for a faire, LARP event, or cosplay convention.
This item is handmade, therefore, it may vary slightly from what is shown above.
- Comes in two colors
- Includes eight pieces
- Stylized raven design
- Knotwork detail
- Great costume accessory
- Made from premium leather
- 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.
- Waist: 37.4 – 55.1 Inches
- Width: 6.3 Inches
- Side Segment Length: 2 Inches
Measurements are approximate.