Long Bazubands - ArmStreet Plate Bracers ArmStreet
Long Bazubands - ArmStreet Plate Bracers ArmStreet
Long Bazubands - ArmStreet Plate Bracers ArmStreet
Long Bazubands - ArmStreet Plate Bracers ArmStreet

Late Middle Ages

The Late Middle Ages are associated heavily with gothic themes. It was a time of great challenges, and those who could rise from the ashes of these dark times were hardened like steel. Crisis can forge heroes, break ancient norms, and inspire new ideas and amazing creations.
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Archers

This history of archers and wars can inspire LARPers when creating their characters and their outfits. Different from the fantasy archetype of the ranger, the archer is a soldier first, not a hunter or a scout. They were sent to war or kept watch as part of garrison and city guards.
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Long Bazubands - ArmStreet

A15271

Regular price $240.00 CAD Save $-240.00 CAD
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Materials

  • Mild steel
  • Genuine leather
  • Cast brass hardware

Features

  • Stiffening ribs
  • Elongated shape
  • Scalloped edging

 

Made in Ukraine by ArmStreet

Late Middle Ages

The Late Middle Ages are associated heavily with gothic themes. It was a time of great challenges, and those who could rise from the ashes of these dark times were hardened like steel. Crisis can forge heroes, break ancient norms, and inspire new ideas and amazing creations.
Discover the collection

Archers

This history of archers and wars can inspire LARPers when creating their characters and their outfits. Different from the fantasy archetype of the ranger, the archer is a soldier first, not a hunter or a scout. They were sent to war or kept watch as part of garrison and city guards.
Discover the collection