It’s been a long and tiring day in the brutal cold. You’ve suffered through a mighty battle, and saw several of your comrades fall on a bloody field. As you finally return to your camp, shivering despite your many layers, you reach for your Thermos Holder and pull back the cap to drink the hot brew.
Your Thermos Holder has kept your beverage hot, and you are glad for the reprieve. With gratitude you sit beneath the protection of your tent, slowly regaining your strength and vigor.
Epic Armoury’s Thermos Holder is a leather-clad bottle designed for carrying refreshments without breaking character. The full-grain leather is dyed and cut to give it a neutral appearance while also being extremely durable, making this a perfect addition to any multitude of characters. With the correct leather care, you can expect it to withstand the abuse of heavy use. Easily carry this holder with you by using the adjustable leather strap over your shoulder. The strap has 16 punched holes and is 140 cm long measured to the middle hole to accommodate your height.
Store 1000 ml (or approximately 33.8 US fluid ounces) of hot or cold liquid inside the insulated steel bottle with a dual-function lid hidden beneath the leather flip lid, perfect for a drink or soup. When you need to clean the thermos between uses, simply pull it from the leather’s top.
Bottles have been developed over a millennia, with early examples from Ancient Rome and China
The word bottle comes from the Old French boteille, which is a word derived from the Latin word for “cask”
Ancient bottles were often carried on a rope sling with a special knot
HAVE YOUR INCANTATIONS READY AND YOUR WAND AT HAND
Even the mightiest of magicians need to protect their weapon of choice. Made from full grain leather this Epic Armoury Wand Sheath will keep your wand protected for any LARP occasion and will make a perfect addition to any witch or wizard's outfit. At 29 cm. it will fit Epic Armoury's own line of wands and most other, and can easily be customized whether you are a Viking Seeress or off to Wizard School. Features an adjustable belt loop to keep your wand on your hip and at the ready to cast spells and perform magic. Available in colours Brown and Black.
Magic wands were first mentioned in fiction by the ancient Greek writer Homer. In The Odyssey, Homer wrote that the enchantress Circe used her magic wand to turn Odysseus's men into pigs.