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Green dragonhide vambraces are green dragonhide armour worn in the hand slot. Green dragonhide vambraces are the best vambraces available to non-member rangers and require 40 Ranged to wear. They are also worn by melee fighters because they are superior to leather vambraces and leather gloves in all but magic attack. F2p melee fighters may also choose to wear this item on a PvP world as they are fairly strong and can be easily obtained if lost, unlike rune gauntlets. They can be created by members through the Crafting skill at level 57 from a green dragonleather, granting 62 Crafting experience. They can also be purchased at Seddu's Adventurers' Store in Nardah.

Kebbit claws can be used on any vambraces to make Green spiky vambs which, when worn, raise your strength bonus by two. You will need level 32 crafting to make any vambraces into spiked vambraces, and it gives 6 Crafting experience.

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A player wearing the green d'hide vambraces.
A player wearing the green d'hide vambraces.
  Attack bonus  
Stab Slash Crush Magic Ranged
0 0 0 -10 +8
  Defence bonus  
Stab Slash Crush Magic Ranged Summoning
+3 +2 +4 +2 0 +3
Other bonuses
Strength Ranged Strength Prayer Magic Damage (%)
0 0 0 0%

Production costs

The data in this table is based on the current Grand Exchange prices. It is accurate assuming the items are bought off of the Grand Exchange and the completed Green d'hide vambraces are sold afterwards.

Method Material cost Profit/loss Profit/xp (Sacred clay needle)
Tanning Green dragonhide 1,769 -308 -4.97 (-2.48)
Buying Green dragonleather 1,943 -482 -7.77 (-3.89)

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