DRACONIS BLACKTHORNE (dblackthorne) wrote,
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Tabi boots


Lair Wear: From The Warlock's Wardrobe:

Being that it was high time to acquire another pair, so along with a nice pair of comfortable slippers, another option is the tabi boot, especially stimulating to those who appreciate the Martial Arts, and the enigmatic figure of The Ninja. Its design facilitates grasping weapons (shuriken, for example) as a last unexpected resort (sure to surprise an enemy), or accommodating shuko if so inclined, and aids in climbing.

The material stretches the proper dimensions of one's feet, with the outer bottom sole made of either a traditional thick rough cotton, or sturdy form fit rubber, which provides a pleasantly silent traverse throughout the Lair, or outdoors if you choose.

Also, because it essentially greatly resembles cloven hooves, I have found them perfectly employable for the ritual chamber, psychologically asserting the Satanist as The Devil incarnate.

So whether for casual wear, training, or Magical application, the tabi boot is comfortable, practical, and aesthetically pleasing foot wear. Tabi socks are also available at martial arts supply shoppes. ∞

Tags: black earth, dracumentary, martial arts, ninja, possessions
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