Cursed knight or wild raider, make sure your armour matches your character. Carefully crafted to look like ancient armour, the Wildwalker Tassets add a rugged vibe to your fantasy armour outfits.
Unique Leather Weathering and Finish:
An antiqued patina in warm shades of brown colors the leather. Intentional slashes, sanding, and varnishing, as well as irregularities in the leather, add to their rugged, battle-tested look. These tassets look as though they have seen battle after battle or have been pulled from a thousand-year-old treasure hoard. Antiqued brass-plated rivets reinforce both their structure and style.
Made of 8-9 ounce leather, these tassets are sold as a pair and must be worn with a belt. Each tasset consists of a wide base plate that comes to a point at the center. Another plate of leather frames the top of each tasset and comes to a point as well, holding a brass plated ring at the center of the tasset.
Finally, two brown leather straps on the back of each tasset help attach it to your favorite belt. Adjust how high or low the tassets hang with the holes in the leather straps.
Bring wild, ancient energy to the battlefield at your next LARP event or Renaissance faire. These leather tassets are a must-have for rangers, fantasy knights, raiders, rangers, and other rugged warriors.
While the Wildwalker Tassets can fit on most belts, they are especially suited to the matching the Wildwalker Broad Belt (RT-493). Looking for the complete Wildwalker look? Check out the Wildwalker Armour Set (ARMOUR-L38) for each piece of this medieval fantasy leather armour set.
- Sold as a pair
- Red and black dye suits villainous characters
- Must be worn on a belt
- Straps on back adjust the fit
- Great for barbarians, orcs, raiders, and fantasy knights
- 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.