Triple Wrap Lokai Bracelet is a socially responsible brand whose products are a constant reminder to find balance in life. Lokai bracelets are intended to guide us through life’s adventure, helping us discover and adjust through the highs and lows. The recycled metal white and black beads contain components from the highest and the lowest earth points. The white bead is implanted with water from Mt. Everest and the black bead contains mud from the Dead Sea. These act as a constant reminder to the wearer to discover balance in life by remaining humble amid life’s highs and confident through its lows.
Types of Lokai
There are a variety of different types of Lokai bracelets. They come in a wide array of colors, sizes and textures. Each representing something different cause, but all guiding their wearers to a humble and hopeful life. Some of the colors come in limited edition as they are linked with some cause to raise awareness for them.
The sizes vary from small, medium, large to extra-large. Whereas, some Lokai bracelets, like the metal cuff Lokai bracelet is a standard size that can fit any wrist. The Lokai bracelets are not made for any specific gender so all genders can wear it. It does not target any particular age group, so anyone can wear it, No matter what stage of life they are at.
Lokai 2.0 Triple Wrap Bracelet
The Lokai 2.0 Triple Wrap Bracelet is another development in the line of its stylish bracelet line. Part of the new premium jewelry line is produced using landfill and sea plastic that has been dissolved down to fiber, meshed into a solid line, and completed with a toggle closure.
The Triple wrap Lokai bracelet cording is a part of the Lokai 2.0 line of premium bracelet is intended to infuse fashion and purpose. It has three finely braided cords and in the center is the whit bead and the black bead is located where the bracelet is closed.
The Triple Wrap Lokai Bracelet can stack together with other Lokai bracelets or be worn alone for ideal style.
Lokai believes that giving back to society brings balance in the world and thus 10% of their proceeds are given to charity partners such as RED, The natural Conservancy etc.