Dakota on Mar 9, 20235 out of 5 stars
Got something custom from this shop and it was exactly what I was wanting. Will definitely be coming back.
erik on Jun 10, 20215 out of 5 stars
I didnt even realize this had rhinestones! Its great just like every wristband I've purchased from Fisticuffs.
Antoine and Daniele on Mar 31, 20215 out of 5 stars
When I ordered this wrist cuff I was mixed up in the ordering process. John fixed everything. His integrity and character is like none other. I will be ordering other cuffs on the regular. I love this company.
Nikk on Dec 5, 20205 out of 5 stars
I've bought from Fisticuffs in person in the past and the work is always amazing! Beautiful soft leather that lasts literal years even with constant daily use. A joy to work with and excellent customer service. Will absolutely buy again and again in the years to come!!
Anonymous on Sep 12, 20085 out of 5 stars
Hi John, n nthanks for the wristcuff! I am wearing it today at work and it really looks great!!
Tyler on Jan 14, 20225 out of 5 stars
Anne on Jul 26, 20215 out of 5 stars
Rock on Nov 8, 20211 out of 5 stars
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Frequently asked questions
I see a cuff I like, but it isn’t listed in my size. Do you offer styles in multiple sizes?
As many of the cuffs we produce are one of a kind, you might not see a style listed in multiple sizes. Check back often for new styles, though, as we are always adding new cuffs to the store!
What are the sizes of cuffs available?
We have split the cuffs into categories of SMALL (5 ½ inches to 6 ½ inches), MEDIUM (7 inches to 8 inches), and LARGE (over 8 inches).
Each individual cuff listing will state the exact length of each cuff. The length stated relates to the length from end to end of the bottom piece of leather and does not include the overlap of leather (with the top snap). This makes it easier to match the length of a cuff to the size of your wrist.
How do I know what size I am?
The most accurate way to know your size is to measure with regular tailor’s tape the widest part of your wrist where the cuff is likely to sit. If you don’t have this tape, simply wrap a one-inch-wide* strip of paper around your wrist. Mark the paper where the ends meet and then measure the paper with a ruler using inches.
[*If you are interested in a cuff that is more than an inch in width, use a wider piece of paper and measure at the widest part of your wrist where the cuff is likely to sit.]
How do I clean my leather cuff?
Saddle soap is the best product to use on leather. Check manufacturer directions for use.
Don’t submerge the cuff in water, and never wear the cuff in the ocean (saltwater damages leather).
Should the cuff sit loose or snug on my wrist?
It’s personal preference! Remember, though, that even if the cuff seems a little snug when you first try it on, just like a pair of new leather shoes your cuff will stretch a little with wear.
Where do you get your leather for these cuffs?
Every cuff is made from reclaimed leather. Your cuff may have had a former life as a belt, a purse, or even a baseball mitt. We are committed to creating recycled, sustainable art.