CuffBaby Babe Kingsley helped us design this cuff! We've had several requests for it since he's been rockin' it and so we added it to the shop and we named it in his honor!
Whoop Kingsley! Find him on IG: @iamsirkingsley and in these photos, one of which is with his awesome Daddy!
This cuff will probably poke your kids' eyes out so we don't recommend it for kids under 3. Because by the time they're 3, they've basically seen everything anyway, right? The spikes are pointy and pokey... hence the name, spike! They're screwed on and could come lose over time which means not only could your kid poke out their own eyeballs, but if those pieces come loose, they could also choke!! The bottom line is, we recommend this cuff for older kids. It should only be worn when you're supervising them and you can make sure they don't chew off a spike and choke on it.
Also, I don't know school rules these days but I'm guessing if your kid wears it to school, they'll probably get suspended for taking a weapon to school or something like that. I'm pretty sure a kid got expelled recently for biting his peanut butter and jelly sandwich into the shape of a water gun so I can only imagine what they'll do if your kid shows up to school wearing this puppy. Be warned!!!
Now that all that's out of the way, it's pretty BA if we do say so ourselves ;) It's made on a black leather band that's 1.5" wide. It's covered in stars and spikes and studs and has hanging chains. It's finsihed with a snap closure.
Do not buy it if you get annoyed when people ask you if you're a rock star. Don't say we didn't warn you!!!
We’ve created this size guide based on average wrist measurements according to age, but for the best fit, measure wrist before ordering and order according to the proper cuff length.
1. Use a flexible measuring tape or piece of string and gently wrap it around the wrist, just below the wrist bone, in the same place you’d wear a watch.
2. Take note of the measurement if using a measuring tape, or cut the string to the proper length and then lay the string out straight and measure it using a ruler.
3. Add about 1/2” to obtain the proper cuff legnth. Extra wide cuffs require a little more length and narrow cuffs require a little less.