SLAPlet Snap Bracelets

I can’t lie: I didn’t see this one coming. Snap bracelets are really making a comeback?

Better believe it – they’ve made their way into the second decade of the 21st century with SLAPlets. And they’re gearing up to take over kids’ wrists everywhere!

That flexible stainless steel has been updated to silicone. And now, they’re softer, more stylish and much more modern than the slap bracelets of yore.

These snapable wristlets come in blue, black, red, white, purple and pink – and that silicone exterior makes the slap motion a lot smoother.

But wait. There’s more! You can accessorize with SLAPlinx – uniquely shaped silicone links that allow kids to personalize their bracelets. Add two or three SLAPlinx or fill up the entire bracelet by sliding them right on.

Could this be your daughter’s and her best friend’s next friendship bracelet or fashion statement? Quite possibly – their cheap price of $5.99 gives your child the chance to collect, trade and share with friends.

Each SLAPlet comes with three SLAPlinx to start. Plus, you can purchase 12-packs of SLAPlinx for $5.99.

Snag your SLAPlet.com online – or at Michaels craft stores all around southeast Michigan.

This grade-school throwback is a cute, affordable accessory for kids of all ages – and the variety of colors makes them great for girls and boys.

Don’t delay. Slap on a SLAPlet today!

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