What is the meaning behind Rastaclat bracelets?
In an effort to spread positivity and encourage “freedom of expression,” former skateboarder and California resident Daniel Kasidi invented the simple bracelet by braiding a pair of Mike Carroll Lakai shoelaces together. These became known as “Rastaclats,” meaning the cloth of a righteous man or woman.
Can Rastaclat bracelets get wet?
A majority of Rastaclat bracelets are 100% polyester, therefore getting the lace wet for cleaning is fine. We highly encourage air drying your bracelet before wearing again to prevent moisture in bracelet from collecting dirt/dust.
Where are Rastaclat bracelets made?
RASTACLAT BRACELETS: A PRODIGY MADE IN U.S.A.
Who owns Rastaclat?
Founder Daniel Kasidi
Rastaclat’s Journey As Told By Founder Daniel Kasidi | Rastaclat.
How do you clean shoelace bracelets?
A majority of Rastaclat bracelets are 100% polyester, therefore getting the lace wet for cleaning is fine. We suggest using a toothbrush as a scrubbing tool and a mixture of unscented hand soap and water as a cleaning solvent. Brush thoroughly throughout the bracelet, then rinse it out with water.
Can I wear rope bracelets in the shower?
There shouldn’t be any issue with water at all. If showering or swimming, just be sure to rinse the bracelet off afterwards to remove any soap/chlorine, etc. Many of our customers wear the bracelet 24 hours a day and never take it off.
Where can I find the Rastaclat collection?
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What is the meaning of Rastaclat?
Rastaclat is a symbol of righteousness, doing good for yourself and others. We believe that positive action can. change lives, inspire confidence &. unite us as human beings.
Where can I buy Rastaclat holiday 2021?
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