Grand Teton National Park Bracelet
Plastic has created a major problem in our oceans, on our seashores, and on our lands. Because it will never naturally biodegrade, nearly every piece of plastic produced is still in the environment in some form.
This issue causes upwards of 8 million tons of plastic to enter the ocean every year, 80% of which comes from land based sources. This plastic that starts out as litter in the streets or in our parks is being swept into drains and rivers that lead to the ocean.
Which is why for Season 3 of Tikos, we partnered with the National Park Foundation highlighting sixteen national parks and seashores. Made from plastic removed from the oceans as the raw material, our bracelets are worn as a daily reminder to reduce your plastic use, and to protect our oceans, parks, and trails.
Season 3.1 includes: Acadia National Park (ACAD), Cape Cod National Seashore (CACO), Grand Canyon National Park (GRCA), and Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park (HAVO).
Grand Teton National Park (GRTE)
Grand Teton National Park was established twice, once in 1929 and again in 1950. President Harry S. Truman merged the national park, the Jackson Hole Monument and a 35,000-acre donation to create the GRTE that over 3 million people a year visit today.
Each cuff is made of 100% recycled ocean plastic, etched with each specific national park abbreviation and icon, and arrives in recycled packaging highlighting each park’s illustration.
SMALL size fits wrists up to 7 inches while LARGE fits wrists from 7 to 8.5 inches. Both are flexible and can adjust to fit comfortably. Guaranteed to fit or we will replace it!