Feathered bracers

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Feathered bracers
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A pair of bracers covered in a dense layer of overlapping feathers, fits snugly around the wearer`s forearms.
Clothing
Categoryjewelry
Typebracelets
Time4 day(s)
Resources750 grams of feathers
150 grams of leather
Objectsnone
Toolsneedle or bone needle
knife, bone knife or bronze knife
Machinesnone

Description: A pair of bracers covered in a dense layer of overlapping feathers, fits snugly around the wearer`s forearms.


Real-life context

"A bracer (or arm-guard) is a strap or sheath, commonly made of leather, stone, or plastic that covers the inside of an archer's arm to protect it while shooting. Bracers keep the inside of the archer's forearm from getting hurt by the string of the bow or the fletching of the arrow; they also prevent loose clothing from catching the bow string."

The above information was taken from the Wikipedia article at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bracer.