Traditionally, a bracer was worn as protection for the forearm of an archer when they would release their bowstring and loose an arrow at their target. The classic Ketoh bracer was created by the Navajo and used while hunting. Here the traditional bracer is made modern with a delicate small cut pattern. Over time as these cuts expand and move and form a memory of shape particular to the wearer.
MEASURES 2.5" width, 7.75" length closure to closure. Fits 6.5” wrist circumference or smaller.
Each item is made to order and takes about a week to ship. All sales are final.