I love this combo. Tiki ring and a torque bracelet. This man knows his gear. As much as I’ve been a chain guy and I still love my Gotham wrist chain, I’m now a big fan of this torque. They’ve been popular as well. Wasn’t sure if you guys would wear ’em because nobody in the US was making a decent one in this style, but my question has been answered.
Since we’re talking torques, I thought I’d give some advice about getting these to fit on your wrists correctly. DONT open them too wide. THey don’t need to be opened up that much to slide on. You want it to be extremely tight coming on and off.
So the way NOT to put this bracelet on is like this:
I know the wrist looks like the skinniest part of your arm, but it’s also the most solid. It’s full of bones, cartilage, and scar tissue. BUT if you slide the torque UP your forearm a few inches (where it LOOKS a lot thicker) it will actually slide on easier. See below.
Now you got that bad boy on and it’s still tight and right. I’ve been knocking these out for clients and a few have been paired with rings.
If you’ve ordered one from me in the past few weeks, you should be getting it soon. I’d love to get some snapshots of my f’king Torque Army out there.
Speaking of Torque Army, I’ve knocked out a special one for a warrior overseas in Iraq. He’s got some custom stylized skulls on the end of his.
Tour isn’t up for a while, but I’m going to ship it to friends/family so he’ll have this bad boy waiting for him when he gets back state-side.