The Best Wedding Ring for the Military

Military wedding rings that fight hard to keep you safe.

When you’re a brave man or woman fighting for our country, you deserve a ring that fights just as hard to keep you safe. There are so many different types of military wedding rings out there, but which one can you be confident wearing all the time? We have only one answer, and that is SafeRingz.

 
 

Why should the military wear SafeRingz?

If you’re in the military, then you need military wedding rings you can trust. SafeRingz gives you the freedom to not worry about jewelry while you’re in the thick of fighting for our freedom. They are not only safe for those who serve and fight for our country, but they’re perfect for everyday life, too. Check out our list of people that we think this ring is perfect for.

How does SafeRingz keep you safe?

Most military wedding rings don’t give you the power to not worry about your wedding ring. SafeRingz understands the significance of wearing a wedding ring. You want to honor your commitments and your spouse all the time, and you should. But when your hands are at risk of constant danger, then it’s better to be safe than sorry.

SafeRingz are built to break, non-conductive, hypo-allergenic, heat resistant and biocompatible. Another plus side? They’re affordable, so you can easily replace them or get them in bulk! Learn more about how you stay safe with SafeRingz.

SafeRingz proudly supports our troops.

Supporting our troops is one of our highest priorities, which is why a portion of every silicone wedding band that is sold goes toward giving a free ring to a serviceman or servicewoman in order for them to safely show their commitment no matter where they are. A commitment to not only our country, but to those family members who have ever had to spend a night hoping that their loved one would safely return home to them.

Current and former military get a free SafeRingz silicone wedding band with every order. Just tell us you’ve served in the “comments” section of your order. It’s one small way we can say thank you for all you sacrifice in service to our country.