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WRIST KEY HOLDER / Totem trim (5 color options)

$14.95
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$14.95


Our Wrist Key Holders make it easy & quick to locate keys inside your bag, and can be worn around wrist so keys are readily accessible while keeping your hands free.  The 1.25" width nylon webbing (cut at 14" in length before folding), forms a loop wide enough to slide easily over your hand, and rest comfortably around your wrist. Customizing options include your choice of trim and key ring hardware-finish!  Perfect for gifts, or stocking stuffers, our new Wrist Key Holders have quickly become a staff favorite!

TOTEM -- choose from 5 color options: 

Aqua
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Tan
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Brite
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BlueGrey
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Orange
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Embodying the rich Native history of this land and it’s people, renowned Alaskan artist Michael Webber designed the Totem trim exclusively for Copper River Fleece. Born of a rich Alutiiq and Tlingit ancestry, Michael lives in Cordova, Alaska where his family heritage reaches back to the first footsteps in this region.  Emblazoned with the Eagle, Raven, Killer Whale, and Beaver Clans' crests, the Totem trim tells the story of traditional Tlingit influences stretching from Southeast Alaska to the Copper River. As Mike explains, "The Eagle and Raven are positioned in the center, representing their status as the largest and most powerful clans. Talon, wing, and human head forms surround the Eagle, in accordance with traditional Tlingit design. Known as the Wise One, the Raven is believed to have created the earth, sun, moon, animals, and all other life forms. Tying the sea to the land and its people, the Killer Whale meshes fins, tail, and human form. The Beaver Clan was known for its powerful chiefs and shamans, whose strength is evident in the oversized incisors, tail, and beaver head." In this vibrant trim, Mike brilliantly weaves ancestral totems of Tlingit culture, handed down through generations.

Artist: Michael Webber
Embodying the rich Native history of this land and it’s people, renowned Alaskan artist Michael Webber designed this trim exclusively for Copper River Fleece. Born of a rich Alutiiq and Tlingit ancestry, Michael lives in Cordova, Alaska where his family heritage reaches back to the first footsteps in this region.

HARDWARE -- choose from 3 finish options: 

Antique Brass:

Brushed Silver:

Gun-Metal:

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