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Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Great Nautical Valentine's Gift for the One You Love

Planning to give your love one a valentine's gift? Is she or he nautically inclined, a real boater? Well here's one that will certainly tie the knot...a real twist on the usual Valentine's Day box of candy. How about your best friend, mom or other family members. You may need a little help finding something special that's affordable too! Here’s the perfect gift for your loved ones- the Mariner nautical rope bracelet in great Valentine's Day colors including soft pink and valentine’s red nylon line for her or a more traditional nautical color for him, and it's a great gift for only $24.95.

Skipjack's Mariner Reef Knot Nautical Bracelet in great Valentine's Day colors!

The Mariner bracelet is perfect for boaters, surfers, beach goers or anyone that enjoys being in or around the water- quick drying nylon and stainless steel shackle won't rust! Bracelets are available with small (7/8" long) or large (1-1/8" long) shackles. The width of the knotted bracelet is just under 3/4". The knotted width is the same regardless of shackle size. A great item for men, women and children alike. Here's the link to Skipjack's Mariner nautical rope bracelets with new jewelry items being added each day!

Skipjack's Mariner Reef Knot Nautical Bracelet .

Here's the link to Skipjack's Sailor's Locker where you will find a great selection of nautical themed and island inspired apparel, jewelry and great accessories too! 

1 comment:

  1. Hey, Joe! Thanks for sharing such amazing works! The pink one is my favorite, and I'm sure it'll be for girls. Where can I find the pattern? I'd like to try myself.