TJ21: Komo Koa – Product Review

TJ21-Komo-Koa-Ring-Review-1 Komo Koa is a Hawaiian based jewelry label that was established back in 2004. What makes their products special/unique is that they utilize both Titanium and Hawaiian Koa wood to make their jewelry. For those unfamiliar with Koa wood.. it was traditionally used buy the ancient Hawaiians to make some of the very fist surfboards.

As I was learning about Komo Koa I was pleasantly surprised to find out that they are extremely environmentally conscious with both the acquisition of their materials and their production methods. For example they only use responsibly sourced Koa wood for their products. They are so committed to maintaining a greener planet that with every purchase made they donate a percentage of the proceeds to a variety of organizations in Hawaii whose goal is to create a more sustainable state and healthier world.

TJ21-Komo-Koa-Ring-Review-2THE OFFSET KOA WOOD INLAY RING

Product Review:

At first glance I really love the sleek look of the titanium ring juxtaposed with the koa wood. The ring itself is amazingly comfortable which I guess may sound weird to say when describing jewelry.. lol but it really is and I think partly it has to do with the fact that the ring itself is so lightweight. The craftsmanship of the ring is immaculate I was really impressed.

KOMO KOA

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2 thoughts on “TJ21: Komo Koa – Product Review

  1. benjaminsaccaggi May 19, 2014 / 9:34 am

    Great review mate, love that they’re environmentally conscious!

    • thejourney21 May 20, 2014 / 2:16 pm

      Thanks man! I was pleasantly surprised to find that out! 😀

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