How do I know what size bracelet I need?
Measure your wrist and add approximately 1", depending on how you want your bracelet to fit. This is the size bracelet you will want to order unless you want it very tight or very loose. A soft tape measure or a piece of string works great for this!
If you are the kind of person that wears your bracelet when you shower or swim, size up a litle more. Paracord shrinks a bit when it gets wet.
How do I know what size necklace I need?
My necklaces typically come in three sizes. Please note that if you purchase a necklace that is made of cord, it will shrink about 1" when it gets wet. Because of this, I size up our necklaces with cord a little bit, so that if you wear them in the shower or while swimming in a scenic mountain lake, you won't be surprised when they get a bit smaller!
16": This size fits pretty close around your neck. Almost choker length.
18": Fits nicely in a v-neck tee shirt. Guys, this is the smallest you should go.
20": Usually reaches the top of your cleavage. Also a good length for the guys.
If you get a necklace that has micro cord and a button toggle closure, you can adjust the length. Just tie another knot next to the button toggle, trim off the excess, and melt the knot a tiny bit with a lighter. Don't burn yourself!
How do I know what size collar my dog needs?
Extra-Small: 8" - 12"
Small: 12" - 16"
Medium: 16" - 20"
Large: 20" - 24"
Extra-Large: 24" - 28"
All collars are adjustable unless otherwise noted.
What kind of fabrics and materials do you use?
Cordura: a durable synthetic fabric. Woven, water resistant, coated on one side. Very abrasion-resistant.
Webbing: Woven nylon, used for straps and loops. More weather and UV resistant than polypropylene webbing.
550 Paracord: A Lightweight 3/16" kernmantle rope orignally used in the suspension lines of parachutes. The 550 means that it has a minimum breaking strength of 550 lbs. Weather and mildew resistant.
325 Paracord: A 1/8" cord that is weather and mildew resistant.
275 Paracord: A 3/32" cord that is weather and mildew resistant.
Micro Cord: A 1/20" cord that is weather and mildew resistant.
Nano Cord: A 1/33" cord that is weather and mildew resistant.
Titanium: A silver-grey, lightweight metal that is strong and corrosion-resistant.
Stainless Steel: Steel alloy that contains Chromium, which makes it resistant to tarnish and rust. Great for sensitive skin.
Pewter: A soft metal alloy that has a high tin content. Usually bluish grey in color. I only use lead free tin, so don't worry!
Aluminum: Lighter than stainless in both color and weight, and is also great for stamping. A silvery white color.
Copper: A softer metal that will build up a really gorgeous patina with age. Red-brown in color.
Bonded Polyester Thread: A coated polyester thread that is thicker, stronger, and more durable than cotton or other organic fibers.
Shipping and handling.
Riveted Oak Designs ships via USPS first class mail, parcel post, and priority mail. I usually ship orders in 1 or 2 business days, with the exception of custom orders.
Do you ship outside of the US?
Riveted Oak Designs does ship outside of the US. Please be aware that any customs fees, VAT taxes, or similar are the responsibility of the customer.
All unused and unworn products may be exchanged, with the exception of custom orders. Return shipping is the responsibility of the customer unless Riveted Oak Designs is responsible for the mistake. Please contact me at RivetedOakDesigns@gmail.com to arrange a return. I want you to be happy with your purchase, and if you aren't, let me know what I can do to make it right!
All of my products have a 90 day warranty that covers manufacturing and/or construction defects. This does not include normal wear and tear or damage. Please contact me at RivetedOakDesigns@gmail.com with any questions that you may have about the products that you purchased.