As captain of the Drow army, you calmly survey your troops. You wear the Dark Elf Torso Armour when you take on the enemy in battle. Made from 9-10-ounce leather, this fantasy body armour comes in four sizes. It features a layered design. Also, this fantasy armour secures to the body with three sets of straps. These straps allow for greater adjustability between sizes. Also, the layered design allows for better protection.
Firstly, the front of the leather cuirass has three major sections. Each section has a black main plate for the first piece. Rivets secure a decorative piece of leather onto the main plate. This decorative piece is dark purple and features elegant, scrolled cutouts.
The top section is the chest plate. Above the scrollwork, the chest plate has a pointed piece. This pointed piece is purple and has its point in the center. Then, at the shoulders, there are black shoulder straps. These shoulder straps feature holes for attaching pauldrons like the Dark Elf Pauldrons (RT-449), sold separately. The bottom two sections also come to a point on their bottom edge.
Then, the triple section layout continues onto the back. The top section has the same plated style with a section similar to the chest piece on the front. Under this top section is a black piece. It has a similar edging with a concave cutout in the middle of the bottom edge. The bottom two sections are purple and have inverted scalloped bottom edges.
Finally, the back has the buckles for the straps that secure the dark elf body armour to the torso. Add the Dark Elf Torso Armour to your ensemble for a LARP battle or cosplay convention.
As this item is made from natural materials, its appearance may vary slightly from what is shown.
- Available in four sizes
- Overlapping design for greater protection
- Secures with straps
- Rich purple and black coloring
- Ideal for LARP and cosplay events
- Made from 9-10-ounce leather
- 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.
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