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This handsome wrap bracelet—handcrafted in the heartland—consists of high-quality leather that was chosen for its luster and strength. Like the man who wears it on his wrist, it promises to improve with age.
Guys don't need to be wearing leather bracelets in my opinion if there is no watch attached to them...this product does not fit the louisiana liftestyle1
I guess it is an attractive accessory...but it just isn't my style. It is just a strip of leather with a silver buckle. I feel like I would need to also be wearing a stocking cap, flannel shirt, skinny jeans, Civil War Era-looking boots and a bog stupid beard for this to work. No me gusta hipsters.1
The leather on the bracelet is very high quality, however I wasn't very impressed it. Just not my thing. Could possibly make a great gift for someone else though.1
I put it on and ten minutes later it broke and fell off. If I had been doing anything vigorous I would understand but it fell off while I was driving. Not great quality.1
I'm very disappointed in this product. I put it on and in less than an hour, the clasp broke. My friend who also received the same item said I could have his. It was too small for his wrist, so I'm not sure about the one size fits all description. As I clasped the new one on, the clasp broke on the new one too. The mechanism that fastens the clasp to the leather is weak and not durable. Frankly, I could make the same item with more durable materials from my local crafts store.1
but I don't see the point. I'm not a teenager with these types of things hanging around my wrist. I have a watch for that.1
For me, not a necessary item. The leather was great. Good idea to use for a watch. I know that this is a style but it does not suit me.1
While this is not for me I did pass it on to a young cousin of mine and he loved it. It's a trending thing among younger people than myself. Not for me, but I get it.1
The idea that anyone would pay money for this on purpose is absolutely baffling.1
Watches and a wedding ring are more than enough jewelry for me, and I don't wear those all of the time. A bracelet definitely not something I'll ever use.1