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Black and Silver Titanium Wedding Band with Center Groove-Black-7-
Black and Silver Titanium Wedding Band with Center Groove
$149.99
Brushed Silver Wedding Band with Rose Gold Inlay and Offset Groove-
Brushed Silver Wedding Band with Rose Gold Inlay and Offset Groove
$149.99

Groove Rings

Groove men's rings add a whole new tactile dimension to your style and fashion. Our collection of unique rings with grooves cut into them are suitable for countless different occasions from everyday wear to wedding rings, and as accessories for special occasions.

Grooves can be added to the interior or exterior of a ring to add some detail. The grooved area runs parallel to the side of the ring. They can be single, double, straight, or patterned lines depending on your preference.

Grooved rings are the perfect way to make a fashion statement. An offset groove on a ring gives it a modern and edgy look. You can also go all out and add gemstones, or colored stripes of red into the grooves to give it a dash of color. Some groove rings also come with custom engraved messages to add a level of personalization to the design.

What is Special About Groove Rings

What makes grooved rings special? Firstly, they’re different and that’s reason enough to love them. If you’re bored of regular rings that look just like everyone else’s rings, you can try a groove ring instead. The eye-catching details and contrasting metals on the ring give it a unique appearance that’s sure to stand out. 

Apart from appearance, there are more practical reasons to add grooves to rings as well. One notable reason is the issue of durability. Most ring materials are impermeable. This means they will not allow air to flow through them. For several people, there’s always the potential of discomfort on the fingers surrounding the spot where the ring rests on your skin all day.

The lines cut into the inside of the ring will allow some air to get through to your skin when you have the ring on. This also helps to prevent sweat and other things that may make you uncomfortable from building up under the ring.

Of course, most people don’t care about breathability. The focus when picking out a ring is usually on what looks good and what doesn’t. Groove rings are stylish and trendy. The addition of any form of detailing to your ring helps to break up the solid and boring form without compromising other qualities, giving your ring a unique but attractive profile.

There’s also the question of texture. You’ll love the feeling of a groove ring more than a regular ring. In addition to the visual impact, the groove gives the finish a unique texture. It’s subtle, yet noticeable enough to see and to feel.

Grooved Ring Styles

As if groove rings are not beautiful enough, the fact that they’re so versatile makes them even more impressive. Grooves can be added to pretty much any type of ring. Whether it's a tungsten, cobalt, stainless steel, or titanium ring, it can be personalized with the perfect grooves and engravings.

When shopping around for groove rings, you will find a variety of design options that match any style. Additional details may also be added such as polished steeped edges, innovative etchings, and contrasting colors that’ll make the ring stand out anywhere.  

Groove Wedding Bands

For couples looking for something unique for their big day, a grooved wedding brand would be the perfect option to consider. Consider getting matching groove rings with identical designs and colors. You may also opt for contrasting grooved bands designed to complement each other.

Our groove ring collection is durable and long-lasting. Married individuals who work with their hands can still leave the rings on without having to bother about potential damage.

The rings come in a variety of widths and may be customized specifically for couples as a symbol of their groovy relationship- get it?