Gift suggestions for a 43-year-old person interested in Africa and Skating costing around $180

Nomad Skateboards The West African

Nomad Skateboards is a company from San Francisco and its limited edition skateboard The West African features a beautiful African-inspired graphic. The board is made of 7-ply Canadian maple wood, and its shape is perfect for cruising and carving. People love Nomad Skateboards for their unique designs, high-quality materials, and innovative shapes that provide a smooth ride. The West African skateboard costs around $180.

Odoland Skateboard Helmet

For a skater who enjoys cruising or performing tricks, the Odoland skateboard helmet is a great choice. It offers protection, comfort, and style in one package. The helmet has a hard exterior shell and a soft interior padding that can absorb impact and prevent head injuries. People who bought this helmet appreciate its lightweight design, adjustable fit, and ventilation system that prevents overheating. The helmet costs approximately $25.

Maasai Beaded Leather Bracelet

The Maasai tribe of Kenya is known for its colorful beaded jewelry and accessories. The beading technique used in this bracelet is passed down from generation to generation, and each bead has its meaning and symbolism. A 43-year-old person interested in Africa would love this authentic Maasai beaded bracelet made of leather and glass beads. It is adjustable, comfortable to wear, and a great conversation starter. People who bought this bracelet praise its craftsmanship, uniqueness, and affordability. The bracelet costs around $10.

African Crafts Market Djembe Drum

Djembe drums are traditional African musical instruments played for centuries. This particular Djembe drum is handmade in Ghana from a single piece of hardwood and decorated with intricate carvings. It produces a rich and authentic sound that can be enjoyed by both beginners and professionals. The African Crafts Market is a reputable seller of African handicrafts, and people who bought this drum appreciate its quality, craftsmanship, and cultural significance. The Djembe drum costs approximately $150.

Africa's Best Instant Detangling Conditioner

After a long day of skating, a 43-year-old person could use some hair care products to keep their locks healthy and manageable. Africa's Best Instant Detangling Conditioner is formulated with natural ingredients such as coconut oil, shea butter, and tea tree oil that nourish and soothe the hair. It detangles knots, eliminates frizz, and adds shine without weighing the hair down. People who use this conditioner love its effectiveness, pleasant scent, and affordability. The detangling conditioner costs around $5.

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