Viking Armor - Torso - Ashen Leather Armors Les Artisans d&
Viking Armor - Torso - Ashen Leather Armors Les Artisans d&
Viking Armor - Torso - Ashen Leather Armors Les Artisans d&
Viking Armor - Torso - Ashen Leather Armors Les Artisans d&

Viking

Vikings represent an extremely popular and influential theme that can lead to a large array of concepts and characters. Quite distinct from the more brutish barbarian archetype, the Nordic warrior is probably one of the most popular of these classic fantasy characters.
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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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Viking Armor - Torso - Ashen

A21316

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Legend

A warrior whose renown needed no introduction, Ulf advanced forward where others retreated, confident in his abilities even though he fought alone. No one had vanquished him, whether it was groups of enemies far outnumbering him or great, remorseless beasts hungry for blood. It is told that after a pilgrimage to the gods, they had recognized his remarkable valor and bravery and that they had bestowed armor worthy of only the most courageous warriors upon him. Worked from the hide of the great black wolves, this set of armor protected Ulf from the swords and axes of his enemies and always left him unscathed. An appropriate gift for the lone wolf that he was, the ancestral runes decorating the armor gave him supernatural strength and uncanny swiftness in battle, while the dark tones of the leather added to Ulf’s reputation and aura, both imposing and terrifying. While no one had managed to injure Ulf and his legendary impregnable armor, his axe had yet to find similar resistance…

Description

This Viking-inspired armor is designed for all lovers of Nordic culture during medieval, LARP, or reconstitution events. The solid lines visible throughout the armor are complemented by the delicate engravings of runes and symbols on the leather. The multiple lamellar-type scales made of soft leather allow for mobility and exceptional comfort, guaranteeing a full day of raging battles with minimal soreness. This armor will be the perfect armor for Norse warriors, barbarians, berserker, and Vikings in LARPs.

Materials

  • Thick vegetable leather 8-9oz / 4mm
  • Supple leather 5-6oz / 2mm
  • Antique brass-plated rivets and buckles

Characteristics

  • Adjustable with leather straps in the back

Measurements - Chest size (Breastplate)

  • Medium: 32 to 38 inches – 81 cm to 97 cm
  • Large: 38 to 44 inches – 97 cm to 112 cm
  • XLarge: 44 to 50 inches – 112 cm to 127 cm
  • 2XLarge: 50 to 56 inches – 127 cm to 142 cm

Handmade in Quebec, Canada by Les Artisans d'Azure

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Viking

Vikings represent an extremely popular and influential theme that can lead to a large array of concepts and characters. Quite distinct from the more brutish barbarian archetype, the Nordic warrior is probably one of the most popular of these classic fantasy characters.
Discover the collection

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

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