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Lokai - Galaxy Lokai Lokai - Galaxy Lokai
Lokai - Galaxy Lokai
Lokai - Galaxy Lokai
Lokai - Galaxy Lokai
Lokai - Galaxy Lokai

New Arrivals

Galaxy Lokai

Our Galaxy Lokai is inspired by the stars in the sky, encouraging our sense of exploration, igniting hope, and reminding us to wish big. With this new addition to our Prints Collection, we've partnered with Make-A-Wish® to support their efforts to transform lives, one wish at a time.

$1 for each Galaxy Lokai sold will benefit Make-A-Wish, to help grant the wishes of children with critical illnesses.

This product is back ordered and will ship the week of September 27th.

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Our Galaxy Lokai is inspired by the stars in the sky, encouraging our sense of exploration, igniting hope, and reminding us to wish big. With this new addition to our Prints Collection, we've partnered with Make-A-Wish® to support their efforts to transform lives, one wish at a time.

$1 for each Galaxy Lokai sold will benefit Make-A-Wish, to help grant the wishes of children with critical illnesses.

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Details

  • Silicone beaded bracelet with galaxy print
  • Due to our transfer process, each design will vary slightly so no two bracelets are the same
  • White bead is infused with water from Mt Everest, black bead carries mud from the Dead Sea
  • Lokai donates $1 to Make-A-Wish for each Galaxy Lokai sold
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Sizing

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Usually fits adolescents and women with thin wrists

6" circumference (15.2cm)

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Shipping & Returns

Order should be delivered within 7 business days. This item can be exchanged for a different size within 60 days of receiving, but cannot be returned for a refund. More Info.

The white bead is infused with water from Mt Everest and the black bead contains mud from the Dead Sea, the highest and lowest points on earth.