Medieval Wolf Belt Review

Featured Image - Red Wolf Belt

Another review! Again this item comes from Lord of Battles. When I did my re-view of the Quatrefoil belt nearly a year ago, I was surprised to find that the box it came in had a second belt in it. I contacted Lord of Battles to be sure, and it was in fact sent intentionally for review.

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Quatrefoil Belt Re-View

Features Image Belt for the Medieval Reenactment and Living History Resource The Turnip of Terror

Lord of Battles, makers of the Leather Medieval Belt with Quatrefoil Brass Studs that I reviewed a while back, sent me another one of those belts specifically for review. Judging by what they saw of the piece I had, they believed it was an exception and not representative of their quality. While I was in no way dissatisfied with the belt, I respect their commitment and pride in their product, and agreed to give the belt another look at. This item has been sent to me in accordance with my review policy and is being reviewed in good faith. The fact that they gave it to me will not sway my commentary for good or bad. Continue reading “Quatrefoil Belt Re-View”

Lord of Battles Quatrefoil Belt Review

Belt coiled up for the Medieval Reenactment and Living History Resource The Turnip of Terror

I’m going to try something a little new. I am a researcher, a reader, and a worrier when it comes to choosing things. When it comes to spending money on hobby stuff my anxiety and over-analytical bent gets intensified. Whenever possible I try to gather as much information on a product before purchase. While that’s easy for products carried by big stores like Amazon, Ikea, or Wal-Mart where thousands of people have interacted with their merchandise and then wrote reviews: most of the stuff “we” as a living history community buy don’t benefit from that kind of publicity or public review. Continue reading “Lord of Battles Quatrefoil Belt Review”