Our Fenrir bracelet is made from stainless steel and is fully adjustable. Fenrir’s massive strength is carved into this bracelet. A striking bracelet that will look incredible on your wrist. The Fenrir Bracelet features a fine spiral design capped by matching wolf heads.
The Aesir bound Fenrir with a silken thread that was crafted by the dwarfs. Finally, just before Ragnarok, he broke his bonds and met Odin in the final battle. Here is the story told in full:
Odin learned of a prophecy that the children of Loki and the giantess Angora would cause trouble for the Aesir. He had Fenrir the wolf brought to him along with his brother Jörmungand The Midgard Serpent and its sister Hel.
Fenrir The Wolf
Odin passed Judgement on the children of Loki. Odin hurls Jörmungand into the sea surrounding Midgard. He sends Hel into the land of the dead where she reigns until Ragnarok. Odin had Fenrir raised among the Aesir. Only the god Týr was brave enough to feed the growing beast. Fenrir got larger and stronger. The Aesir knew that he would eventually destroy them. They tried to chain him up. He twice breaks from the chains the Aesir tied him with.
Odin sent Skirnir to the world of the dark elves, Svartalfheim. In those gloomy unlit grottoes, he found hundreds of twisted horrible dwarves, Nar, Nain and Nipling, Dain, Bifur and Bafar, Bombor and Nori, among them. They forged the chain Gleipnir (“deceiver” or “entangler”). Looking like a silken ribbon; they made it from six magical ingredients: the sound of a cat’s step, the beard of a woman, the roots of a mountain, bear’s sensibility, fish’s breath, and bird’s spittle.
The Binding of Fenrir
The gods challenged Fenrir to break this chain as well. Seeing how thin and well made Gleipnir was Fenrir thought the Aesir was tricking him. He agreed to try and break the chain, but only if one of the gods would put his hand in the wolf’s mouth. He believed this would force them to free him if he could not break the chain. Only Týr was willing to put his hand in the wolf’s mouth. Fenrir tried to break the chain. The more he tried, the tighter the chain held him. When the gods would not free him, the wolf bit off Týr’s hand at the wrist.
At Ragnarök, Fenrir will break free and join forces with the enemies of the Aesir, He will eat Odin and that will be the end of the All-Father. Then Viðarr, Odin’s son, will slay Fenrir and avenge his father’s death.