A lightning strike in the distance, while rain falls on the man's hood. Thunder resonates in the forest as the scoundrel moves forward through the thick vegetation, the sound of his steps impossible to hear through the storm. In the clearing, a guard waits, taking refuge under a lonely tree, protecting a tent lighted by a single lantern. Here is his target. Sneaking out of the woods, the man-hunter approaches the guard, invisible in the night thanks to the dark color of his armor. In a fluid motion, he draws his pair of short swords, and steel shine into the night, ending the watchmen's life before he can even draw his own sword. Now, nothing can get in the way of the scoundrel's vengeance...
Our popular Scoundrel Armor is revisited with this version for optimal comfort and robustness, perfect for LARPing events. The addition of articulated slats around the belly allows better freedom of movement, while keeping the impressive look of the original armor. With the pair of dorsal scabbards, you'll get the perfect look for any assassin, rogue or scout LARP character!
Handmade in Quebec, Canada by Les Artisans d'Azure.
I've only had the armor piece for a couple of weeks, so I cannot speak to its lasting durability yet, but it seems to be the real deal. First of all, the armor looks amazing. It's perfect for a fantasy-style studded leather armor. Its construction seems solid, with all rivets set firmly. There were no blemishes on the armor upon receiving the item. Its fit is adjustable, with solid hardware. I LOVE the articulated nature of the armor. Not only does it look cool, but it adds a bit more torso mobility when donned. Overall, this piece exceeded my expectations. The only thing for me that I wasn't 100% happy about is the leather straps in the back. There is nothing wrong with them, but I my body size was almost between sizes, so when I buckle the armor down, there is a bit of excess strap hanging behind me, giving it a slightly "messy" look. I'll be wearing a cloak with this piece so it should not be a problem for me. If your body size fits closer to the middle of the size range, I don't think it would be an issue at all. Thanks for the awesome armor you guys! :)
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