Take the hard line with Vitaly’s Kusari bracelet. The chunky, stainless steel piece has a modern rocker vibe that complements off-duty gear (think denim, plaid and lots of black or white tees) and works to add a finishing detail to casual evening looks.
What is Kusari? Kursai was used in samurai armour from the 1270s but particularly from the Nambokucho period of 1336-1392. The rings were lacquered black to prevent rusting and were always stitched onto a backing of cloth or leather. Kusari was often concealed entirely between layers of cloth.
Vitaly Kusari Stainless Steel Bracelet: $50
After a roaring 2013, the boy of Vitaly are back with another season of great mens accessories. New this season, are the Kusari bracelets. Kusari is the Japanese term for mail armour a type of armour used by the samurai class and their retainers in feudal Japan. Inspired by this ancient craft the Vitaly boys have a created a gorgeous series of bracelets in a variety of finishes, from stainless steel, matte black, bronze, rose gold and gold.
In addition, for Spring we’ve also restocked on all your favs like the traditional single and two finger rings in ceramic, rose gold & stainless steel, the Sua ring pendants, Arkadas wood/stainless steel tie clips, and the stylish Hugeng wood rings.