Save a Shark Bracelet

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Did you know that every year over 100 million sharks are being killed and used for finning causing a huge decrease in population and effecting the entire ocean ecosystem.

Fisherman take pride in slicing off a shark's fin without taking into consideration of the rest of the sharks living body, leaving these beautiful sharks suffering. 

Help eliminate the shark fin trade and Save Sharks by wearing this uniquely crafted Save a Shark Bracelet. Each order comes with a QR code to Track Your Own Shark and follow them on an unforgettable journey!

Learn their name, see pictures, their habitat and so much more - and of course you get an interactive map too! We need to act now. With sharks slow growth and low reproductive rates, sharks are highly susceptible to extinction, and it is difficult for many shark species to replenish their populations as quickly as they are being diminished.

  • Adjustable - Each bracelet is hand woven with para-cord and is adjustable to fit all sizes!
  • Shark Conservation - Every bracelet purchased funds the fighting against the shark fin trade and protecting more sharks. 
  • Track a Shark - Save a life and track your own shark with every bracelet! 

Order your Save a Shark Bracelet and lets make a difference together!

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How Your Purchase Makes a Difference

Every purchase helps the fight against plastic pollution, fin trade, and so much more 

Spread awareness and express your support of saving our Oceans by wearing each piece. 

Over 50,000 LBs of plastic removed from our oceans and counting

Plastic Removal

We've team up with Verdn to directly remove Plastic from our Oceans. If you want to be a part of our Plastic Removal Project, please learn more here

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Track an Animal With Every Purchase

Receive an exclusive QR code with your purchase to get access to your animal's tracking.

Now more than EVER, the Ocean Needs YOUR Help

We are seeing a consistent increase in pollution and fin trade all over the world left behind by commercial fishing and so much more. If we do not act now, it might not be much longer until all sea life is dead.