Leather Armor

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damage negation icon elden ring wiki guide 18pxDmg Negation
Phy 8.0
VS Strike 9.5
VS Slash 8.0
VS Pierce 8.8
Magic 9.5
Fire 9.5
Ligt 10.2
Holy 10.2
resisntace icon elden ring wiki guide 18pxResistance
Immunity 60
Robustness 35
Focus 42
Vitality 50
Poise 2



Chest Armor Wgt. 7.1

Leather Armor is a Chest Armor in Elden Ring. Leather Armor is part of the Leather Set Armor Set, and is a Light Weight armor that provides some Immunity Resistance. Leather Armor is an armor piece worn over or around the player's torso to obtain an increase of defense and resistance. It also changes the appearance as well when it is equipped. Some armor pieces may be available to both genders but may be slightly different for male and female characters.

 

Lightweight and battle-proven leather armor worn by a savvy soldier.

Many admire the wearer of this armor for his chivalrous and forthright spirit.

 

Where to find Leather Armor in Elden Ring

The Leather Armor Chest Armor can be found at:

 

Leather Armor Set in Elden Ring

 

Elden Ring Leather Armor Notes & Tips

  • Sell Value: runes currency elden ring wiki guide 18100
  • Notes and player tips go here

 

All Chest Armor in Elden Ring
Alberich's Robe  ♦  Alberich's Robe (Altered)  ♦  All-Knowing Armor  ♦  All-Knowing Armor (Altered)  ♦  Aristocrat Coat  ♦  Aristocrat Garb  ♦  Aristocrat Garb (Altered)  ♦  Astrologer Robe  ♦  Astrologer Robe (Altered)  ♦  Azur's Glintstone Robe  ♦  Bandit Garb  ♦  Banished Knight Armor  ♦  Banished Knight Armor (Altered)  ♦  Battlemage Robe  ♦  Beast Champion Armor  ♦  Beast Champion Armor (Altered)  ♦  Black Knife Armor  ♦  Black Knife Armor (Altered)  ♦  Blackflame Monk Armor  ♦  Blaidd's Armor  ♦  Blaidd's Armor (Altered)  ♦  Bloodhound Knight Armor  ♦  Bloodhound Knight Armor (Altered)  ♦  Bloodsoaked Tabard  ♦  Blue Cloth Vest  ♦  Blue Festive Garb  ♦  Blue Silver Mail Armor  ♦  Blue Silver Mail Armor (Altered)  ♦  Brave's Battlewear  ♦  Brave's Battlewear (Altered)  ♦  Briar Armor  ♦  Briar Armor (Altered)  ♦  Bull-Goat Armor  ♦  Carian Knight Armor  ♦  Carian Knight Armor (Altered)  ♦  Chain Armor  ♦  Chain-Draped Tabard  ♦  Champion Pauldron  ♦  Cleanrot Armor  ♦  Cleanrot Armor (Altered)  ♦  Cloth Garb  ♦  Commoner's Garb  ♦  Commoner's Garb (Altered)  ♦  Commoner's Simple Garb  ♦  Commoner's Simple Garb (Altered)  ♦  Confessor Armor  ♦  Confessor Armor (Altered)  ♦  Consort's Robe  ♦  Corhyn's Robe  ♦  Crucible Axe Armor  ♦  Crucible Axe Armor (Altered)  ♦  Crucible Tree Armor  ♦  Crucible Tree Armor (Altered)  ♦  Cuckoo Knight Armor  ♦  Cuckoo Knight Armor (Altered)  ♦  Cuckoo Surcoat  ♦  Deathbed Dress  ♦  Depraved Perfumer Robe  ♦  Depraved Perfumer Robe (Altered)  ♦  Dirty Chainmail  ♦  Drake Knight Armor  ♦  Drake Knight Armor (Altered)  ♦  Eccentric's Armor  ♦  Elden Lord Armor  ♦  Elden Lord Armor (Altered)  ♦  Erdtree Surcoat  ♦  Errant Sorcerer Robe  ♦  Errant Sorcerer Robe (Altered)  ♦  Exile Armor  ♦  Eye Surcoat  ♦  Fell Omen Cloak  ♦  Festive Garb  ♦  Festive Garb (Altered)  ♦  Fia's Robe  ♦  Fia's Robe (Altered)  ♦  Finger Maiden Robe  ♦  Finger Maiden Robe (Altered)  ♦  Fingerprint Armor  ♦  Fingerprint Armor (Altered)  ♦  Fire Monk Armor  ♦  Fire Prelate Armor  ♦  Fire Prelate Armor (Altered)  ♦  Foot Soldier Tabard  ♦  Fur Raiment  ♦  Gelmir Knight Armor  ♦  Gelmir Knight Armor (Altered)  ♦  Godksin Noble Robe  ♦  Godrick Knight Armor  ♦  Godrick Knight Armor (Altered)  ♦  Godskin Apostle Robe  ♦  Godskin Noble Robe  ♦  Goldmask's Rags  ♦  Gravekeeper Cloak  ♦  Gravekeeper Cloak (Altered)  ♦  Guardian Armor  ♦  Guardian Garb  ♦  Guardian Garb (Full Bloom)  ♦  Haligtree Crest Surcoat  ♦  Haligtree Knight Armor  ♦  Haligtree Knight Armor (Altered)  ♦  High Page Clothes  ♦  High Page Clothes (Altered)  ♦  Highwayman Cloth Armor  ♦  Hoslow's Armor  ♦  Hoslow's Armor (Altered)  ♦  Ivory-Draped Tabard  ♦  Juvenile Scholar Robe  ♦  Kaiden Armor  ♦  Knight Armor  ♦  Land of Reeds Armor  ♦  Land of Reeds Armor (Altered)  ♦  Lazuli Robe  ♦  Leather-Draped Tabard  ♦  Leyndell Knight Armor  ♦  Leyndell Knight Armor (Altered)  ♦  Lionel's Armor  ♦  Lionel's Armor (Altered)  ♦  Lord of Blood's Robe  ♦  Lord of Blood's Robe (Altered)  ♦  Lusat's Robe  ♦  Malenia's Armor  ♦  Malenia's Armor (Altered)  ♦  Malformed Dragon Armor  ♦  Maliketh's Armor  ♦  Maliketh's Armor (Altered)  ♦  Marais Robe  ♦  Marionette Soldier Armor  ♦  Mausoleum Knight Armor  ♦  Mausoleum Knight Armor (Altered)  ♦  Mausoleum Surcoat  ♦  Millicent's Robe  ♦  Millicent's Tunic  ♦  Mushroom Body  ♦  Night's Cavalry Armor  ♦  Night's Cavalry Armor (Altered)  ♦  Night Maiden Armor  ♦  Noble's Traveling Garb  ♦  Nomadic Merchant's Finery  ♦  Nomadic Merchant's Finery (Altered)  ♦  Nox Monk Armor  ♦  Nox Monk Armor (Altered)  ♦  Nox Swordstress Armor  ♦  Nox Swordstress Armor (Altered)  ♦  Official's Attire  ♦  Old Aristocrat Gown  ♦  Omen Armor  ♦  Omenkiller Robe  ♦  Page Garb  ♦  Page Garb (Altered)  ♦  Perfumer's Traveling Garb  ♦  Perfumer's Traveling Garb (Altered)  ♦  Perfumer Robe  ♦  Perfumer Robe (Altered)  ♦  Preceptor's Long Gown  ♦  Preceptor's Long Gown (Altered)  ♦  Prisoner Clothing  ♦  Prophet Robe  ♦  Prophet Robe (Altered)  ♦  Queen's Robe  ♦  Radahn's Lion Armor  ♦  Radahn's Lion Armor (Altered)  ♦  Ragged Armor  ♦  Ragged Armor (Altered)  ♦  Raging Wolf Armor  ♦  Raging Wolf Armor (Altered)  ♦  Raptor's Black Feathers  ♦  Raya Lucarian Robe  ♦  Redmane Knight Armor  ♦  Redmane Knight Armor (Altered)  ♦  Redmane Surcoat  ♦  Ronin's Armor  ♦  Ronin's Armor (Altered)  ♦  Rotten Gravekeeper Cloak  ♦  Rotten Gravekeeper Cloak (Altered)  ♦  Royal Knight Armor  ♦  Royal Knight Armor (Altered)  ♦  Royal Remains Armor  ♦  Ruler's Robe  ♦  Sage Robe  ♦  Sanguine Noble Robe  ♦  Scale Armor  ♦  Scaled Armor  ♦  Scaled Armor (Altered)  ♦  Scarlet Tabard  ♦  Shaman Furs  ♦  Snow Witch Robe  ♦  Snow Witch Robe (Altered)  ♦  Spellblade's Traveling Attire  ♦  Spellblade's Traveling Attire (Altered)  ♦  Traveler's Clothes  ♦  Traveling Maiden Robe  ♦  Traveling Maiden Robe (Altered)  ♦  Tree Sentinel Armor  ♦  Tree Sentinel Armor (Altered)  ♦  Tree Surcoat  ♦  Tree-and-Beast Surcoat  ♦  Twinned Armor  ♦  Twinned Armor (Altered)  ♦  Upper-Class Robe  ♦  Vagabond Knight Armor  ♦  Vagabond Knight Armor (Altered)  ♦  Veteran's Armor  ♦  Veteran's Armor (Altered)  ♦  Vulgar Militia Armor  ♦  War Surgeon Gown  ♦  War Surgeon Gown (Altered)  ♦  White Reed Armor  ♦  Zamor Armor



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    • Anonymous

      They really don't give you much incentive to not kill Patches right away, his VM kill quest is only useful on select builds due to the rewards tied to it being the heaviest armor set in the game and a strange whip that requires Faith. Not only that his wares don't get any better and all you get are some gestures, given that there's no achievement for obtaining all the gestures. Also the one item he gives you in the Shaded Castle is useless.

      I just kill him right away for this armor piece, I hate how the Bull-Goat set looks, don't see much point in the Candlestick Whip and his wares don't get any better. I don't normally kill merchants or friendly NPCs (unless it's directly part of their questline), but this armor piece alone makes an exception.

      The first time around I killed him on accident (didn't find this place until MUCH later, so I killed him too quickly), but after seeing this as the reward and learning that he doesn't offer that much, I don't regret it. He's the only friendly NPC that I've killed on all of my playthroughs at this point.

      • Anonymous

        Wearing the Bandit Hood headpiece slightly alters the neck part of this armour to make it look like a natural, single piece. I like it.

        • Anonymous

          I'm sorry, Patches
          I never meant to hurt youuu
          I never meant to make you cry
          But tonight, I'm adding to my closet

          • Anonymous

            so basically if you love your boi patches kill him just before going for new game plus - you keep the armor and keep him around in the next round

            • Anonymous

              Everybody's here all like "I ain't killing my boy, he's too cool," meanwhile on my first playthrough I found this in murkwater with no patches because I missed him & I killed rykard

              • Depending on your questline with patches, such as fighting him in murkwater, he may be dead after shaded castle naturally. It happened for my other character. However if he alive still you will have to kill him yourself if you want this. Big sad....

                • Anonymous

                  Was more than happy to kill Patches, even without the knowledge of a reward for it. Death deserved and vengeance achieved

                  • Anonymous

                    Killed Patches to get this set. Immediately had to delete the character because I ain't killing the damn fool. It's like that villain trying to kill the hero, but always fails. You just can't help but love him.

                    • Anonymous

                      Is this a reference to the Hylian Tunic from Breath of the Wild? Even the flavor text can be used to describe Link.

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