Clefthide Leg Armor

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  • Clefthide Leg Armor
  • Use: Permanently attach clefthide armor onto pants to increase Stamina by 30 and Agility by 10.

    Enchanting the item causes it to become soulbound.
  • Requires Level 50
  • Sell Price: 2g

Source

Clefthide Leg Armor is crafted by Leatherworkers with a skill level of 335

The components are:
Inv misc leatherscrap 11.png 4x [Heavy Knothide Leather] Inv misc leatherscrap 14.png 8x [Thick Clefthoof Leather]
Inv elemental primal earth.png 4x [Primal Earth]

[Pattern: Clefthide Leg Armor] is sold by Fedryen Swiftspear in the Cenarion Refuge in Zangarmarsh. You must be honored with the Cenarion Expedition to purchase this pattern.

Notes

  • Is a popular item among Twinks as a viable armor upgrade. Although this armor kit requires level 60, the trick is to use Bind on Equip leggings.

For example: Twink gets [Dark Leather Pants], and sends them to a level 60+ with Clefthide Leg Armor. Level 60+ applies Clefthide to the Dark Leather Pants, and gives them back to the Twink. This will only work on items less than Bind on Pickup, so popular twink items such as [Leggings of the Fang] and [Triprunner Dungarees] are out of the question.

  • As of patch 3.1.0, you have to be level 50 or higher for the enchant to become active. If you had Clefthide Leg Armor applied on an item before the patch and are below level 50, the following message will appear in red: "Enchantment Requires Level 50" and the enchantment will not become active until you reach the required level.
  • Note also that applying this kit to an item now causes the item to become Soulbound. The old practice of having a level 60+ apply Clefthide Leg Armor to a Bind on Equip item and then return them to another character no longer works. Instead, the kit must be applied by the character that intends to equip the enchanted leggings. You must be at least level 50 to apply Clefthide Leg Armor.
  • See also [Nethercleft Leg Armor].

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