MLB releases wedding rings for Cubs, other teams
|Monday, April 19, 2021, 2:22 PM- -|
VINEYARD, UT: Manly Bands is announcing the launch of it’s new latest collection of officially licensed MLB wedding rings. The line offers multiple designs for every Club in the league inspired by their colors, logos and history. Manly Bands is excited to share a collection inspired by one of the most popular sports in the country over the last 150 years and counting.
Since being founded, Manly Bands has been making rings for everyday Americans. Designed for men who want more than a boring wedding ring, Manly Bands creates rings inspired by the hobbies, interests and passions that any man can relate to. Using unique materials such as tungsten, meteorite and dinosaur bone to create hundreds of design options, the company has positioned itself as the largest ecommerce brand for men’s wedding bands.
Manly Bands has offered several ring designs inspired by sports in the past, but this marks the first collection dedicated to America’s national pastime: baseball. Couples will be able to choose from multiple ring designs for their favorite teams in the league, tastefully designed using their logos and signature colors.
“We’re so excited to launch this collection, as avid fans and as our first step into official partnerships within the sporting world,” said Johnathan Ruggeiro, co-founder and co-CEO of Manly Bands. “With the return of both baseball and weddings, we knew it was important to offer a collection that really speaks to a new demographic of customers. I really think we’ve hit a home run with this lineup!”
The company has previously partnered with Jack Daniel’s to create a collection made from the aged oak barrels that their world-famous whiskey is cured in. The success of this line led Manly Bands to consider other options that help couples show their personality in their wedding bands, instead of opting for a traditional silver or gold. The MLB collection will be made of Black Zirconium and Cobalt Chrome with different inlay options including Cerakote and wood from real baseball bats, and every ring will be made in America.
“When designing these rings, we spoke to fans and players to really understand why it’s important to offer people more personalization in their wedding rings,” said co-founder and co-CEO of Manly Bands, Michelle Luchese, who directed the design effort. “By looking at wedding bands as not just something they wear on their wedding day, but representing their whole life together, we were able to create classy styles that any baseball fan would love!”
The MLB collection is available now in the early weeks of the MLB regular season, and rings start at $500