Deluxe Traditional Armguard
Tough, heavy leather eliminates bowstring chafe. Handsome stitchery with pewter button closure and elastic bands. One size fits most.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Kenowa Not terrible... I suppose. Laces are elastic, and it isn't easy to tighten down. The guard itself is good quality, but it is difficult to fit, and seems like the laces with wear out rather quickly. It also tends to slide down the arm, even when tightened, pressing against the wrist. April 17, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by joefire good quality! Very nice traditional type armgaurd. Was as described! Good looking to. Only bad thing, is the deer hoofprint on the button, looks more lie a dogs paw! Not that bad. lol January 6, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by BostonBowman Excellent product heavy duty, high quality. Expect to replace the elastic laces after a year or two of hard use January 9, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by glamrs19 Excellent in every way I picked one of these up last weekend, and can't say enough about it. It covers everything it needs to, and I've never had a string catch on the back. It very quickly adjusted to my arm, and fits as though it were made for me now. Easy to put on and remove, no tightening laces or tying knots; just straightforward elastic bands that won't come off unless I want them to. October 10, 2007
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Details:Because I have been looking all over for an arm guard that would fit my daughter. Any other recommendations?
A:I have an elastic (spandex-like) arm guard. You can build a makeshift arm guard with an appropriate sized tube sock (cut off the toe end - it should fit tighly at first). Slip hand and arm though sock to make a 'band' around the lower arm that holds the bow. Then slip a section of cardboard underneath the sock (against the inner arm). The sock will hold the cardboard in place. Works just fine.Use a thin/sheen sock instead of a tube-like sock...
A:Most definitely not. It is far too large for that.
One consideration may be to look up Medieval bracers. They cost about the same, and tend to vary more in size and style, allowing you to easily acquire something as specialized for a specific individual.
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