Did you have a hard time picking out a great Father’s Day gift this year? I did. I would’ve been racking my mind longer if it wasn’t for AKA Originals coming to my rescue. They offered me the chance to review one of their awesome custom men’s leather bracelets, which actually is PERFECT for my daughter’s dad.
I fell in love with this idea immediately. My daughter’s dad loves bracelets and personalized items. He also adores our daughter and beams with pride any time he talks about her. Our daughter turns five this year, so he’s been a daddy for almost five years now. I think that is great cause for an extra special Father’s day gift.
AKA Originals leather bracelet has many ways it can be customized!
The leather strap is available in six different colors. There’s also six different fonts to allow for a truly custom men’s bracelet that will fit your man’s personality. These bracelets are 1-1/4″ wide and are adjustable to fit wrists sizes 8 to 8 1/2. You can also request a bigger size, if necessary to fit wider wrists. On this particular bracelet I have put “Daddy EST. 2011” (which is suggested for Father’s Day), allows room for three kids names, fitting both first and middle, OR you can add a special message!
My custom leather cuff altogether says, “Daddy EST. 2011, Skylar Rayne, Forever your baby girl.” Her dad absolutely loved it! He was very surprised by quality of his new leather bracelet and the customization. I believe it will be his favorite gift for years to come. AKA Originals really out does themselves with their custom handstamped jewelry. I truly hope this company continues to make affordable customized jewelry for all to enjoy.
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