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Aloha Collection "Ginger Lei" Small Pouch

Original price $ 34.00 - Original price $ 34.00
Original price
$ 34.00
$ 34.00 - $ 34.00
Current price $ 34.00

Description

Feel the ocean breeze as you breathe in the fresh ginger of these delicate lei, which are gifted as a sign of celebration.

Details

  • The Small Pouch is the bag that started it all! Use it as a wet bikini bag or as a clutch for a night on the town.
  • 8" W x 6.5" H
  • 1.5" gusset
  • Features a white interior

Materials

  • SPLASH-PROOF® is the next best thing to waterproof! Your belongings will be protected from a light splash, light rain, or a cocktail spillage, but please do not submerge your ALOHA Collection pouch with belongings inside. The zipper and seams of ALOHA Collection bags are not watertight.

Care

  • Our Splash-Proof bags are easy to clean! Wipe down with a damp cloth, hand wash in the sink, or toss in the washing machine on delicate and lay flat to dry.

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