Bring a rugged edge to your medieval fantasy costume or LARP kit with the Wildwalker Pouch. Its unique weathered look makes it a must-have for wilderness survivors, rangers, barbarians, and more.
Unique Leather Weathering and Finish:
Vegetable-dyed with a unique patina, the 5-6 ounce leather of this fantasy belt pouch has a rugged, antique look that almost resembles rusted metal. Intentional slashes, sanding, and varnishing, as well as irregularities in the leather add to its wild, battle-tested look. Antique brass-plated rivets reinforce the structure and its battle-tested appearance.
This handcrafted leather pouch fastens shut with a button through a strap that buckles on the back of the pouch. The front flap features an angular design that comes to an arrow point where the strap attaches to an O-ring. Brown leather straps form an X across the top of the pouch.
The roomy pouch structure can hold all your essentials for LARP or the Ren faire. Keep your modern gear stored in a way that does not break character with this dark fantasy pouch.
Easily wear it on most belts via the two leather belt loops on the back. These belt loops are attached to antique brass-plated rings which are in turn attached to the pouch. This structure helps the pouch sit better against the body and move a bit with the wearer.
Whether your character is a ranger straight from the wilderness, orc warlord, or barbarian, the Wildwalker Pouch will add extra character to your outfit. Keep your treasures and essentials stowed at your side in this fantasy leather pouch.
Looking for the complete Wildwalker look? Check out the Wildwalker Armour Set (ARMOUR-L38) for each piece of this medieval fantasy leather armour set.
- Unique patina creates a rugged, weathered look
- Must-have for keeping essentials close at hand
- Secures with button through strap
- Can be worn on most belts
- Perfect for barbarians, orcs, rangers, and more
- Made of 5-6 ounce leather
- 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.