Medieval Kidney Bag “Hound Of War”
Early 15th-century leather belt bag
Meet an ArmStreet's version of the well-known girdle purse from Dordrecht. Spacious kidney bags were one of the most common types for mid-14th - early 16th centuries.
It's all-leather and features trapezoidal shape with rounded edges. Made of a long rectangle folded into three and hand-sewn up the sides without the side panels. Looks rich and authentic through the use of thick high-quality leather of two colors. Optionally the pockets can be made from suede of different colors. The interior and exterior of the front flap are adorned with embossed patterns in medieval style.
This versatile belt-carried bag is a must for any soldier, be he a polearm or a sword master. Two wide belt straps keep it perfectly secured to your side at all times. They will accommodate any 1-inch wide belt with comfort and ease. Slip this bag right onto your belt, and you're ready to enter the battlefield!
The kidney bag measures approximately 9 inches tall and wide and has a thousand and one use cases. Possess one main compartment and three pockets, which suit for storing both medieval soldier's goodies, say, a wooden spoon, dices, several golden florins, and modern necessities like credit cards and smartphones. While the flap over the front secures the contents, the pockets close with waxed drawstrings, that feature classy leather labels.
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- Genuine leather 2 mm and 1.2 mm thick;
- Waxed cotton laces.
- Bag size - 9 1/4 in x 9 1/2 in (23.5 cm x 24 cm);
- Pockets size - 5 in x 3 in (12.5 cm x 8 cm).
- Hand stitched;
- Embossed pattern;
- Two wide belt loops;
- Classic kidney shape;
- Three drawstring pockets.
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