This is a sponsored post, but as always, all opinions are 100% our own.
We were recently approached by Wanderer Bracelets to review their bracelets and we instantly fell in love. They have a beautiful line-up of bracelets and the best part is that it's all for a good cause. Wanderer bracelets supports jobs for village artisans in Bali, Indonesia. At least 20% of Balinese workers are under-employed and there are not enough hours of work to generate needed income. Wanderer Bracelets helps out the Balinese artisan workers by giving them the ability to save money and make future plans for education, nutrition and healthcare.
In a village at the edge of a jungle, each bracelet is handmade and carved from sustainable water buffalo bone to fight ivory trade. They are all hand carved using traditional techniques passed down for generations and they weave the bands from durable, comfortable nylon thread.
When we received the bracelets from Wanderer Bracelets, we were impressed with how cute and detailed each bracelet came packaged in cute cloth pouches. We adore companies that excel in branding and keep close attention to the details.
When ordering the bracelets, you can choose a color and the type of style. All the bracelets are well-made and feels very durable. We loved every single one of them, but our favorite is the Custom Coordinates Bracelet. You can pick your favorite place on earth and have the coordinates made-to-order and engraved on the bracelet. That favorite place can be your birthplace, your most memorable vacation, or someplace you want to visit someday.
I chose the coordinates of my hometown 35.7766° N 140.3188° E and Crystal chose the coordinates of her birth place 35.3858° N 140.0123° E, both located in Japan. There is no need to figure out the coordinates yourself because their website takes care of all that for you. Just input your location and the coordinates will be generated.
These are such unique and awesome gifts for travel lovers and for those wanting to help others in need. We have been wearing our bracelets everywhere and it's been a great conversation starter with people asking us what the numbers mean.