How do I put on a Kaden & Kai bracelet? 

The easiest way to put on your bracelet quickly is to place the holes over the "T" and through a hole. From there, you can pull it through. Simply HOVER and SLIDE it through.



How do I take off a Kaden & Kai bracelet?

To ensure that your Kaden & Kai bracelet is easy to get on and stay on, we apply an industrial strength harder to the T clasp. This makes it easy for the T to pull through the hole when using one hand and it keeps it from falling off even if gets pulled. It also makes it harder to get off. An easy way to get it off is to TWIST and DIP.

First, twist the T sideways, then dip it back through the hole it is in and it will pop right off! 

How do I make my Kaden & Kai bracelet shiny?

There are a few ways you can make your Kaden & Kai Bicycle Tube Bracelet shiny.  One option is to mix one part lime juice with 3 parts olive oil. Once mixed, you can use a cloth, sponge or brush to spread the mixture evenly across the bracelet and then let it air dry.

Another option is to use a rubber boot protector instead of the lime juice/olive oil mixture. Listed below is a bracelet with and without the rubber boot protector. On the left is the matte finish (no treatment). On the right is the shiny finish (with treatment). The shiny finish wiil make the bracelet appear to be darker black as well.

Matte versus Shiny Finish on Kaden & Kai Bicycle Tube Bracelet


Can I trim my Kaden & Kai Bracelet?

Yes! We recommend that you trim your bracelet two holes beyond the one you use most of the time so you have a piece large enough to pull over the T when putting the bracelet on and so you don't accidentally cut the hole you typically use. You can trim your bracelet with a regular pair of scissors. 



How are Kaden & Kai Bicycle Tubes Made?

We have a whole page dedicated to how our bracelets are made. Click here to read on.

Or you can watch this 10 minute video. In this video, Lisa walks you through how Kaden & Kai got started, how we make products from our workshop and what we have learned along the way.