The binding of Fenrir is a story from Norse mythology. In the story, the gods learn of a prophecy that states that Fenrir, a monstrous wolf, will one day grow too powerful and pose a threat to the gods. In order to prevent this from happening, the gods decide to bind Fenrir so that he cannot harm them.
The gods try to bind Fenrir using various methods, but each time he breaks free. Eventually, the god Tyr comes up with a plan to bind Fenrir using a magical chain. The other gods are skeptical, but Tyr volunteers to put his hand in Fenrir's mouth as a show of good faith.
Fenrir agrees to be bound and the gods succeed in shackling him with the magical chain. However, as punishment for tricking him, Fenrir bites off Tyr's hand. The binding of Fenrir represents the ultimate victory of the gods over the forces of chaos, but also the sacrifices they must make in order to protect their world.
Sizing Guide - Which bracelet length should you buy?
1. Use a tape or cord, wrap it around your wrist and mark the end point.
2. Lay it out and simply use a ruler to determine the length.
3. We recommend that you get a bracelet that is longer than your wrist measurement to give yourself some breathing room.
So for example, if your wrist measured 19cm, do not get the 19cm bracelet as it will be too tight. Get the 21cm or 23cm for a nicer fit.