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Wood Wedding Rings

Each wood wedding ring we make is produced in sustainable small batch to ensure the highest quality. Check out our new exotic hardwoods for unbeatable styles.

Hassle Free Returns

If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, we will gladly accept your ring back with our hassle free return policy. Our policy lasts for 30 days after purchase.

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Alpine Rings - Wood wedding rings

We do mens wedding bands differently. It's all about the individual, and we think every man should have options that reflect his character. By combining rugged materials with sleek and solid metals we can offer a great deal of variety and help guys break free from bland tradition. Ultimately, it comes down to the stuff we work with. Our distinctive wood wedding rings are made from some of the toughest materials on the planet like titanium, tungsten and ceramic metal. They provide a sturdy base to build upon and come with advantages over more common metals like scratch resistance, unparalleled hardness, and finishes that never fade.

We want to craft rings that are practical and economical, but the most important thing is that they look incredible. For each of the metals we use, we draw from a choice selection of complimentary, natural materials to round out the package when we get to the business of building new designs. Exotic woods like African Padauk, Hawaiian Koa, and Zebra wood leave a lasting impression, featuring detailed and sometimes unpredictable grain patterns that make every band a genuine one-of-a-kind piece. They come in a few different tones depending on their age and treatment, and they're always full of character.

If you want to take things a step further, truly unique materials can tell a story at a glance. Deer antler rings keep the wearer in touch with his wild side, and designs utilizing real shell and turquoise are stunning conversation starters. These rings really stand out and set the men who wear them apart. Our more understated looks are popular among modern men seeking simple, refined styles. Oak bands have a nearly monochromatic appearance and feature a thick, straight wood grain that looks great paired with smooth metals. Chestnut and mahogany are dark woods with rich tones, radiating a warm atmosphere, and they tend to have pretty subtle grains best suited for a minimalist band.

Whatever material we're working with, we approach each piece with reverence and care. Our process is steady and methodical, and we're committed to our small batch construction philosophy. We ensure that every ring we make gets the time and attention necessary for a quality piece of jewelry. A disciplined approach comes naturally for us as a veteran-owned small business. We also offer discounts for military personnel and first responders as our way of saying thanks for your service.

When you order one of our rings you're protected by our 30-day guarantee, because we believe returns should be straightforward and we're confident you'll be satisfied with your purchase. Every ring we send out is packaged with care and comes with a custom olive wood ring box as an added bonus, and we don't charge extra for USPS priority shipping. Mens wedding bands are made to be worn on a daily basis, so we think it's important that they're not only easy on the eyes and pair well with a wide range of looks, but they showcase the character of the men who wear them. When you put on an Alpine Ring you're always choosing style and substance without compromise.

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