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Gauntlets, Vambraces & Pauldrons

All the extremities were vulnerable to injury in battle.  Made of leather or metal, gauntlets were used to protect the hands, vambraces to protect the forearm and pauldrons to protect the shoulders.

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Celtic Warrior Leather Arm Vambraces

#300480
These leather vambraces are hand crafted from 7/8 oz leather and made in three curved segments. Each segment exhibits a silver Celtic cross decoration. Leather laces included. Overall length of 9 inches.
$44.95

Elven Green Leather Vambraces

#300443
These fantasy vambraces are made of heavy leather and features adjustable straps and buckles.
$59.95

Leather Swordsman Vambraces

#200856
These vambraces are crafted from heavy grade leather. Thick yet easy and comfortable to wear all day long.
$41.95

Leather Vambraces

#200852
These vambraces are made from heavy grade leather and though thick, are easy and comfortable to wear.
$47.95

Mail Gauntlets

#300008
These gauntlets are crafted of 18 gauge polished carbon steel and offer good protection to the hand, wrist and lower arm.
$89.95

Roman Commander Vambraces

#300449
These Roman vambraces are hand formed from steel, plated in brass and antiqued. Lined in suede with thick leather thong lacing. Overall length of 7 inches.
$74.95

Steampunk Aviator Vambrace

#201570
This multi-layered leather vambrace sports etched brass parts and a working compass with copper tubing. Features a working, color-changing light at the front. Has adjustable rear lacing. Comes with two CR 927 hearing aid batteries.
$79.95

Steel Vambraces

#300348
This pair of steel lower arm guards are nicely formed and lined with leather. Straps on the inner arm offer high adjustability. Measures 9-1/4 x 6-1/4 inches.
$68.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Leather Swordsman Vambraces

I have always been into medieval stuff so thank you!
Reviewed by: Ian, June 03, 2018

Review of: Leather Gauntlets

Gauntlets fit and look Great !
Reviewed by: John, May 04, 2017

Review of: Leather Swordsman Vambraces

These do not disappoint. I was a little surprised when they arrived flat and unstitched, and they were pretty stiff because of the thickness of the leather. But after stitching them and forming them (resting a foot on each of them a few minutes each to squish them into cylinders), they were just fine. I actually bought them for wearing while shooting my bow... not only do they look fantastic, but provide excellent protection from the string.
Reviewed by: John, April 21, 2017

Review of: Leather Swordsman Vambraces

Great!! The leather and workmanship is excellent! Only wish they came a little larger so as to close around my forearm. When pulled tight, there is about a 2 inch gap in my upper forearm. besides that, they look good when I wear them.
Reviewed by: Donald, November 24, 2016

Review of: Leather Swordsman Vambraces

This is my first pair of bracers and I'm glad they are .... Very high quality, sturdy leather, awesome construction!! I wore them in 2 Christmas parades and had a lot of compliments, they are a treasured piece of my Pirate garb from now on!!
Reviewed by: Eldon, December 15, 2015

Review of: Leather Gauntlets

They are a great piece to add to a costume, and the leather is truly soft, making it easy to grip a sword.
Reviewed by: Rory, July 19, 2015

Review of: Mail Gauntlets

I have owned a pair of these for several years.  They are a quality item.  
Reviewed by: Patrick, January 31, 2015

Review of: Leather Vambraces

Takes a bit to wear them in but once they are the Vambraces are great! Definitely gave the look I was trying for. Thanks!
Reviewed by: Mike, October 30, 2013

Review of: Leather Swordsman Vambraces

These are simply wonderful.  Not only do they look pretty awesome, but they seem very durable and protective as well.  There's really nothing bad to be said about them!
Reviewed by: Steven, December 08, 2011

Review of: Leather Swordsman Vambraces

These vambraces took a full blow from a cleaver, longsword, and shovel handle with no pain on my part and no deformation or marring of the vambraces
Reviewed by: James, August 12, 2011