Stringlet: On or Off The Court - The Perfect Tennis Christmas Gift |
On or Off The Court
In an instance where friendship bracelet meets high-tech, the Stringlet is an eye-catching, durable and feather light magnetic bracelet constructed of colorful synthetic gut string and a locking magnetic clasp. As affordable as it is functional, the Stringlet provides a stylish means for devoted fans of all ages to display their love of the sport on or off the court.
• Wide variety of colors
• Broad appeal – M/F of all ages, individuals or teams
• Great Tournament sale item, fundraising item
Wear Your Color
An assortment of colors allows enthusiasts to wear their favorite colors, whether it be their:
• Favorite country or player’s country
• School or league team colors
• Personal color favorite
There are currently 24 color runways to choose from, divided between 3-Strand and 4-Strand braids. Petite/Jr. sizing in limited colorways.
In a sport where wearable tennis accessories and tournament souvenirs typically cost well north of $10, the Stringlet fills a niche that will easily appeal to all fans.
The Stringlet looks great on and off the court, but as an added design feature, the locking magnetic clasp allows for peace of mind that the Stringlet will stay secure, even during match play.
Mix and Match. Show Your Style
An accessory that appeals to males and females alike, the Stringlet is highly versatile in the way it can be worn and looks as good worn in bunches as it does individually.
Customizable logo sleeves available for bulk orders (1,000 or more). Please contact us for more information. Branded display boxes also available to retailers for point of sale displays.
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