Scoundrel Greaves Leather Greaves Les Artisans d'Azure
Scoundrel Greaves Leather Greaves Les Artisans d'Azure
Scoundrel Greaves Leather Greaves Les Artisans d'Azure
Scoundrel Greaves Leather Greaves Les Artisans d'Azure
Scoundrel Greaves Leather Greaves Les Artisans d'Azure Black/Brown
Scoundrel Greaves Leather Greaves Les Artisans d'Azure Brown
Scoundrel Greaves Leather Greaves Les Artisans d'Azure Black

BARBARIAN

The concept of the barbarian is as old as civilization itself, finding its origins as far away in history as the founding myths of the great city of Uruk, thousands of years before any Roman or even ancient Chinese used the epithet to mock the people of their periphery.
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Scoundrel Greaves

A7503

Regular price $165.00 CAD Save $-165.00 CAD
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Legend

A lightning strike in the distance, while rain falls on the man's hood. Thunder resonates in the forest as the scoundrel moves forward through the thick vegetation, the sound of his steps impossible to hear through the storm as he prawls his prey. 

Description

The greaves of our popular LARP scoundrel set, with the iconic laced border. This piece of protective gear is the perfect accessory to complete a ranger, hunter, rouge, scout, or bandit outfit. 

Materials

  • Thick leather 9-10 oz / 4mm
  • Leather lacings
  • Brass-plated antique rivets, eyelets, and buckles 

Characteristics

  • Sold by pair
  • Ajusted with straps
  • One sized 

Handmade in Quebec, Canada, by the Artisans d'Azure

BARBARIAN

The concept of the barbarian is as old as civilization itself, finding its origins as far away in history as the founding myths of the great city of Uruk, thousands of years before any Roman or even ancient Chinese used the epithet to mock the people of their periphery.
Discover the collection