VLADIMIR RED BLACK
The bracelet is sold to benefit the fight against cancer, with a particular focus on testicular cancer. Close to 300 men are diagnosed with testicular cancer in Denmark every year. By purchasing the red bracelet, you contribute to the campaign against cancer. @zlcopenhagen forwards half of the profits directly to Kræftens Bekæmpelse (The Danish Cancer Society) and their work for fighting testicular cancer.
The red color indicates support for cancer research and charity, and helps to create visibility and awareness through the attention and dialogue your bracelet can create.
Handmade bracelet made of ecofriendly parachute cords and 316L Stainless Steel, with black ZLC logo engraving.
The red bracelet is named after Vladimir a previously model for @zlcopenhagen. He was in 2016 diagnosed by cancer and lost after a short period the battle against this serious disease.
Black Red Paracord bracelet by ZLC. Combination of reddish colour with a black lock. Handmade bracelet made of Eco-friendly parachute cords and 316L Stainless Steel, with black ZLC logo engraving. This cord is made of recycled nylon. Each and every piece we send to you will be carefully handcrafted and checked for perfection before packing it in the elegant grey box with our silver signature gift box.
- Eco-friendly parachute cords
- Recycled nylon
- 316L Stainless steel lock system
- Wipe with a clean, dry cloth when needed
- Always remove jewelry before swimming, bathing, doing household chores or using abrasive cleaners
- Apply beauty products such as perfume, hairspray or deodorant before wearing jewelry
- Certain chemicals in these products may damage the finish
- When not wearing, store your item in the jewelry box preferably isolated (to avoid rubbing and physical damage)
- Comes with a jewelry box with our silver signature monogram
Available in 3 sizes. Please also visit Size guide
To get the perfect fit, measure your wrist at the wrist bone utilizing a standard (soft) measuring tape. If you do not have a soft measuring tape, wrap a ribbon around the wrist at the wrist bone, mark the spot where the ends meet, then lay the ribbon against a yardstick or ruler to determine approximate wrist size.