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Listing for 1 pair of distressed brown, lined bracers with three buckle closure, brown suede lining & taupe thread to give contrast with stitching. Leather is a lighter weight oiled pull-up, really nice & very supple/ flexible.

One word of caution, the oil in the leather can crock onto other items. I wouldn't recommend wearing these over light colored sleeves. The liner should be stable, so will be some protection but the edges would probably still touch. To store these, I recommend wrapping them in a fairly thick, absorbent cloth to keep them separate from other items.

Gauntlets are approx 7 7/8" long & measure 3 1/2" - 5 1/2" wide. They have three straps with antiqued brass buckles in 3/4" width.

Straps measure approx as follow, beginning with wrist~

wrist strap ~ 8 1/8" - 9 5/8" fitting approx 7 1/8" - 8 5/8"
middle strap ~ 10" - 11 1/2" fitting approx 9" - 10 1/2"
top strap ~ 12" - 13 1/2" fitting approx 11"- 12 1/2"

Each strap has four holes spaced 1/2" apart so there are two measurements in between the ones given.

These look fantastic paired up with my leather gaiters & are a great look for SCA events, renaissance faires, comicon, cosplay & steampunk events! I am happy to make these in other leather colors & different lengths, just convo me!

Please note that the US shipping costs these is for insured small flat rate priority mail.
I am also happy to combine shipping for multiple items! Whenever possible, I use clean/recycled packing materials.

Steampunk Oiled Brown Leather Bracers with Antiqued Brass Hardware


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  • Materials: leather, metal
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