In Norse mythology, the Midgard serpent Jörmungandr, the middle child of Loki and the giantess Angrboða, was a sea serpent who grew so large that it was able to surround the Earth and grasp its own tail.
The god Thor is his particular enemy and famously had two battles between them. In one, Thor fishes for Jörmungandr, and fails to pull him up only when the giant Hymir, terrified that this will bring about Ragnarok, severs the line, sending the snake back down to the depths.
When Ragnarok does arrive however those age-old foes, will both finally have their chance to kill the other. Thor will succeed in defeating the great serpent with the blows of his hammer. But Jormungandr will have covered him in so much venom that he will not be able to stand for much longer; he will take nine paces before falling dead himself.
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Sizing Guide - Which bracelet length should you buy?
1. Use a tape or cord, wrap it around your wrist and mark the end point.
2. Lay it out and simply use a ruler to determine the length.
3. We recommend that you get a bracelet that is longer than your wrist measurement to give yourself some breathing room.
So for example, if your wrist measured 19cm, do not get the 19cm bracelet as it will be too tight. Get the 21cm or 23cm for a nicer fit.