Fenrir, the monstrous wolf embodies strength, ferocity, destiny, and inevitability. The reason why Fenrir was greatly feared amongst the gods was that he killed the chief god of gods - Odin the Allfather. Most famous for his battle in Ragnarok, Fenrir inspired so much fear that the gods determined it was in the best interest of the cosmos that he be bound in chains for eternity as they knew they could not control the wolf.
Under the guise of “a test of strength” Fenrir consented to being bound by the gods and was able to break each chain they used until the Aesir used Gleipnir, a chain fashioned by the dwarves of Svartalfheim. Fenrir had now begun to suspect trickery upon being presented with Gleipnir and refused to be bound unless one of the gods placed their hand into his mouth as an act of good faith. None of the gods agreed as they knew what the outcome would be, that is until Tyr agreed to for the preservation of the cosmos and all in it.
And sure enough, upon realizing he could not escape the binds of Gleipnir, Fenrir bit down on the hand of Tyr, severing it from his body.
Fenrir represents savagery that ultimately cannot be controlled, even by the gods. Although they subdue Fenrir with Gleipnir, the wolf will eventually grow large enough to break his bonds and fulfil his destiny of killing Odin.
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.