Hammer Jammers

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Hammer Jammers.

Hammer Jammers is a legendary pants that can be found in Diablo 3 and Reaper of Souls. This item can be found and equipped by any class.

The Smart Drop system ensures that these pants will usually roll with the mainstat appropriate to the class that finds it. Belts can roll with +skill bonuses as well, and these will also usually get Smart Loot'ed to appropriate skills for your class.


Hammer Jammers properties[edit]

This item does not have a legendary affix. There is an unusual bonus, with Movement Speed added, but long term it's best to enchant that into some more beneficial property, since MS can be made up with Paragon Points. See the Movement Speed article for a full explanation of the value of MS on gear vs. Paragon points.

  • All stats listed in the database scale up to the level of this item when dropped.
  • See the sample screenshots below to see how this belt will roll at level 70.

Hammer Jammers: Legendary pants

  • Minimum Item Level: 29
  • Armor: 162–191

Primary Affixes:

  • One of 3 Magic Properties (varies)
    • +85–108 Vitality
    • +42–47 Vitality
    • +63–71 Vitality
  • +10–12% Movement Speed
  • +2 random primary affix

Secondary Affixes:

  • +11–14% Extra Gold from Monsters
  • +1 random secondary affix
  • Legendary Affix: None.

These large pants cannot be touched.

Salvages into:


Item Examples[edit]

Several examples of this item can be seen below. View more samples of the Hammer Jammers via DiabloNut's armory.

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Gallery[edit]

The United States in the early 1990's was a very dark and tragic place where figures such as Vanilla Ice and MC Hammer were popular "musicians". It was also an era when Zumba Pants were somehow fashionable, pants which looked as if the wearer could parachute with them on. MC Hammer perpetuated the trend, making many normal citizens look incredibly stupid while shuffle-dancing to shallow rhymes. Hammer Jammers are named after the hammer pants trend.

They can not be dyed.