Trrtlz (pronounced turtles), has become the must-have accessory across the country, with fans ages 6 to 66 collecting, stacking and swapping bracelets from coast to coast. After seeing them myself - I can totally see why these adorable bracelets are a cultural phenomenon.
Trrtlz bracelets were inspired by two cousins while traveling as a means to share your adventure and create new friendships. Trrtlz is also involved in giving back to various charities and foundations worldwide. Their bracelets are sold for only a $1 each and with each bracelet sold, they are involved in helping make changes through the organizations they are partnered with.
Trrtlz bracelets are available at many major retailers such as Kmart, Walmart, Target, Walgreens and more - here is a handy locator link from their website. Trrtlz has many different types of bracelets with many animals and colors to choose from. They also have been signed licensing deals with Disney, Marvel, NFL and more, which makes these even more appealing to all ages and genders.
I have been following them on social media and it amazes me how many people worldwide love these bracelets - even an elderly lady in Europe! That is the appeal these bracelets have. Rose absolutely loves them and had a great time picking our different ones to where together such as pairing Minnie Mouse, owls and Captain America's shield!
Trrtlz would make a wonderful stocking stuffer this holiday season and beyond and at the affordable price you can purchase these for, you can add an assortment to their collection.
Get Social with Trrtlz - use the hastag #ShareYourAdventure and #Trrtlz and you might find your pictures featured on their social media pages!
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