Sakroots Blog

Lifestyle, Travel

Sakroots in Santorini

Get ready to be bitten by the travel bug. Our travel blogger friend at Bucket List Bums brought some Sakroots accessories along to Santorini and we are now experiencing major envy. Follow along on this dreamy trip below!   Armed with our Convertible Backpack (with books, laptop, and iPod in tow), and Charging Wristlet, she was ready to fully explore the Santorini scene.   The tonal navy and white of Navy Spirit Desert perfectly complemented the island’s dreamy blue and  ...

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Charity, Nature

Celebrating World Elephant Day

August 12th marks World Elephant Day and Sakroots is proud to support our partner charities who are on a mission to save wildlife, specifically elephants! Wildlife Conservation Society The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) protects elephants through targeted on-the-ground efforts; its international teams monitor populations, manage protected areas, and conduct anti-poaching patrols. In a 2013 study, WCS found the number of African forest elephants had declined by 65% in just a decade.  ...

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Back to Campus

Win a Stylish Back to School Bundle!

  Who’s ready to go back to school in style? You could win one of two cute back to school bundles valued at up to $170! All you have to do is enter your email (one entry) and share the contest link with friends (for a bonus entry!) ENTER HERE! Take a cue from some of these stylish ladies and hashtag your photos with #SRCAMPUSLIFE for the chance to be featured in our gallery! View our gallery or upload a photo here!

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Make Yourself Heard: 10 Days for Elephants with WCS

With World Elephant Day approaching on August 12th, Sakroots is happy to support our partner charity, Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) in their effort to spread the word about the urgent elephant poaching crisis. The Issue African elephants are being poached to feed the illegal ivory trade. From 2002 to 2013, WCS research showed that the Central African forest elephant population dropped by 65% as a result of this poaching, and its range shrank by 30%, rendering forest elephants locally  ...

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