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Steel Vambraces

ID#: 300348

Price: $80.00 

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Customer Rating: 7 ratings

When the head and hands were protected by armor, the lower arm was one of the prime targets in sword play. In many cases, vambraces were the only piece of armor worn, most often along with a mail shirt. This pair of steel lower arm guards will go with a large range of period outfits and weapons. They are nicely formed and lined with leather. The straps on the inner arm adjust so it will fit just about anyone. Made by Made by Windlass Steelcrafts.
  • Measurements: 9-1/4" x 6-1/4"
  • Wt: 1 lb/10 oz


  





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    1. Julius on 9/7/2011, said:

    These are not very well made; one-size fits all (which means it doesn't fit very well for some), as well as sharp corners that tend to bite into the wrists. Because they're not anchored to any other armor, they tend to spin on the forearm. For the money, there are many more and better options out there.
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    2. Jason on 10/30/2009, said:

    Sharp edges on these things and a bit of rust but overall I like them. I'm starting to wonder if they inspect things before they ship.
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    3. Anonymous User on 5/1/2009, said:

    It is so cool
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    4. Anonymous User on 2/8/2009, said:

    It's OK but it was covered with machine oil.
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    5. Anonymous User on 1/17/2009, said:

    A good piece of armor just measure your arm before buying it.
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