Kevlar® Cables

Which cable is right for me?

You've come to the right place! First, think of the devices you have and what charging tips they require. Lightning tips are mostly used for charging iPhones and AirPods. USB-A ports are mostly used…

Updated 1 year ago

Do all Nomad Lightning cables charge and sync?

Yep! They are USB 2.0 certified and the Lightning tips are also Apple MFi certified, so these bad boys will sync your iTunes, import your photos, and charge your iPad or tablet.

Updated 2 years ago

Why am I seeing an "Accessory Not Supported" message on my iPhone?

These alerts can appear for a few reasons: Your iOS device might have a dirty or damaged charging port, your charging accessory is defective, damaged, or your USB charger isn't designed to charge dev…

Updated 2 years ago

The Lightning tip fell out of my cable! Now what?

Since we use Apple MFi certified Lightning tips (purchased directly from Apple) in our cables, Apple requires our Lightning cables to allow for a breaking point at the Lightning tip. So breaks in thi…

Updated 2 years ago

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