Firefighters should wear rings that are tailored to their lifestyle. Rubber wedding bands, like SafeRingz, allow smokejumpers to always show their commitment while being safe on the job.
As a nurse, my wedding ring was ripping my gloves at work and with the amount of body fluids, I was afraid of getting germs in my diamond set. My husband Clay is a firefighter, and the risk of injury is too high in both of those jobs to feel safe with a metal band. My husband just didn't wear his ring, period.
Titanium wedding bands have been positioned as the ring of choice for those with a rough-and-tumble lifestyle. However, they can even be a threat if your fingers swell, especially if the band is thick.
It’s time to explore alternative wedding rings – ones that enable you to live life to the fullest, proudly display your commitment to your partner, and represent your unique style. Check out these seven pointers to see if an alternative wedding ring is right for you.
There is nothing easy about being a member of any branch of The United States Military. Today, on August 4th, National Coast Guard Day, we want to give a special thank you to members of the Coast Guard.