Red Winter Garb
Armor Type: Cloth
Level Req.: 1
Source: BoP Drop/Tailoring/Leatherworking
Availability: The clothing and boots are easily obtainable for anyone, the hat is more difficult to acquire
How to get the set:
The Winter Garb is a combination of two crafted items and a BoP drop. The former can be obtained at any time of the year, but unfortunately the latter is only available during the Winter Veil season in late-December. See below for more details.
Hat – The Red Winter Hat can be found only during the Winter Veil season and occurs as a random BoP drop from all world creatures and a 100% drop from two specific bosses. If you are a low levelled character you will unfortunately have to hope that you get lucky in finding the hat from a random kill. Those of higher level however, can easily farm for the hat, which drops from Grand Magus Telestra in The Nexus and Jedoga Shadowseeker in Ahn’Kahet, on both normal and heroic modes.
Clothes – Crafted by tailors with 250 skill or greater with the Pattern: Red Winter Clothes. The pattern is mailed to Alliance Tailors at the beginning of the Winter Veil season. However, cunning Hrode tailors can purchase the recipe for 50 silver from a neutral goblin in Ironforge, Wulmort Jinglepocket, if they are able to sneak in during the Winter Veil events. Plenty of Horde Tailors will have made this pilgrimage, so it shouldn’t be too difficult to find a crafter on Horde side, but there’s often a set or two on the Auction House as well if you don’t fancy the trouble of finding a crafter and the materials.
On the subject of which, the materials required to make the Clothing are as follows:
2x Green Dye
1x Rune Thread
Boots – The Pattern: Winter Boots is mailed to Leatherworkers of both factions at the beginning of Winter’s Veil and is also purchasable from Penney Copperpinch in Orgimmar and Wulmort Jinglepocket in Ironforge during the Winter Veil season. They require a leatherworker of 285 skill to craft.
The materials required to make the Boots are as follows:
1x Copper Bar
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