The products we offer can be found here, including custom fitted thumb rings and accessories.
Our specialty materials vary in price and availability, so just add one of these to your cart and checkout with it. Unless you order something with it, no money will be charged. We'll then contact you with a quote.
But first, a little more information:
There are a variety of materials, other than the standard polymer colors, available at any given time. Some are only available in specific ring styles, they have varying lead times, and are priced on request, so please be aware that not everything listed below is necessarily available at this time. These are all meant to be ordered AFTER having ordered a set of three in standard polymer so that correct size and fitment of the rings are known, or at the very least after having used one of our ring sizers. Have a shop or team and are looking for a stand-out ring color to set yourself apart? We can do that too!
-Polymer - standard color is black, but any color can be accommodated for a price or production run of sufficient size. Prospective dealers take note, we can offer you exclusive colors. We also can do limited runs with exclusive coatings in all sorts of exotic colors.
-Coating - Any of our polymer rings can be coated, creating a beautiful semi-metallic sheen. While this finish is reasonably durable and permanently bonded (will not flake or chip), placing it over a contrasting polymer color can result in really beautiful contrast as the ring weathers. We offer this as a service HERE, however for teams, stores, etc we can also do more exotic colors in limited runs.
-Copper, Bronze, or Steel Composite
-Bronze - many archer’s rings discovered have been made in bronze. Whether you want a user or a display piece, this is a great choice if authenticity is on your mind.
-Sterling silver - if you want a ring for functional jewelry, this is the material you want. Beautiful, durable, and historically accurate for multiple styles.
-Gold (standard, rose, white)
-Stainless steel - This is reasonably priced material for working rings, particularly if you shoot bows >50#s and want to eliminate the flex experienced with horn or polymer rings. Price is ~45$ per ring, quoted at time of order.