Even the wickedest of warlocks need a way to keep their gear close by their side. The Bloodwalker Pouch makes the perfect addition to necromancer, dark mage, and even barbarian and orc costumes.
Unique Leather Weathering and Finish:
Vegetable-dyed a dark red and black, the 5-6 ounce leather of this fantasy belt pouch looks like it wears the evidence of your dark deeds. Intentional slashes and irregularities in the leather add to their rugged, battle-tested look. They have been sanded and varnished to look ancient. Antique brass-plated rivets reinforce both its structure and style.
This handcrafted leather pouch fastens shut with a button through a strap that buckles on the back of the pouch. The front flap features an angular design that comes to an arrow point where the strap attaches to an O-ring. Black leather straps then form an X across the top of the pouch.
The roomy pouch structure can hold all your essentials for LARP or the Ren faire. Finally, you can keep your modern gear stored in a way that does not break character with this dark fantasy pouch.
Easily wear it on most belts via the two leather belt loops on the back. These belt loops are attached to antique brass-plated rings which are in turn attached to the pouch. This structure thus helps the Bloodwalker pouch sit better against the body and move a bit with the wearer.
Are you an orc, assassin, or evil wizard? Whatever your character, you can keep your treasures and essentials stowed at your side in this fantasy leather pouch. Looking for the complete Bloodwalker look? Check out the Bloodwalker Armour Set (ARMOUR-L37) for each piece of this medieval fantasy leather armour set.
- Red and black coloring create a wicked vibe
- Must-have for keeping essentials close at hand
- Secures with button through strap
- Can be worn on most belts
- Perfect for necromancers, evil knights, dark mages, and more
- Made of 5-6 ounce leather
- Fittings are antique brass plated
- Remove dirt with a hard brush, then gently clean with leather soap and a soft, damp cloth. Remove soap with a separate damp cloth, then use a dry cloth to wipe away remaining water. Let dry naturally. Condition with oil or polish, then wipe with a final cloth to remove excess residue.