Camo Rings & Wedding Bands

For brides and grooms who want to make their wedding ceremony even more personal, a camo ring is one of the best ways to express their unique style and personality. If you’re into hunting or are simply the outdoorsy type, silver or black titanium camo wedding bands may be just what you need to customize your nuptials. These rings only use officially licensed camo, so unlike similar styles from other jewelers, this collection from Lashbrook Designs includes actual Mossy Oak camo rings and RealTree camo jewelry. The vivid 3D colors are produced using high resolution photography and photo realistic printing ad made with hardened acrylic enamel. The inlays are slightly recessed and coated in several enamel layers for long-lasting protection.

Each of these rings is crafted with lightweight yet durable materials like ...read more cobalt, black zirconium and titanium, making them a great choice for active guys and gals. Order your camo wedding bands from Titanium Jewelry to get the guaranteed lowest price plus a lifetime warranty for your purchase.

In the event your camo ring needs to be refinished, we will do this for free. You are only responsible for shipping charges. You get the idea - we want you to get a superior ring and we are here to take care of you...read less
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How to take care of your Camo Ring


So you just bought a camo ring and you want it to look great for years and years, right? Of course! As durable as our rings are they are not indestructible. So please follow a few care tips below to insure longevity of your new camo ring.

Keep your camo ring away from chemicals.
Strong chemicals can eat away and break down the resin coating. So wear gloves (or take your ring off) before handling chemicals.

Be careful around abrasives.
This could be a brillo or scotchbrite pad, or Comet type cleanser. These will scratch your camo inlay. And that's no good for your ring.

Don't let your jeweler put it in the ultrasonic cleaner.
Yes, your jeweler is a great guy who likes to clean your rings for you. But keep the camo ring out of the sonic. Those things are no good for your camo inlay.

Use common sense.
If you are engaging in some extreme activity or work, remove your camo ring. You don't need to be operating a metal shop grinder wearing your ring. Or handling steel all day wearing your ring. Come on, show it some respect.

Cleaning your camo ring.
Gently clean your ring with warm water and soap. And towel dry it. Pretty simple.




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