Each order is individually made. The current lead time is about 5 working days.
The guys over at Ridgeline Training Facility in New Hampshire are close friends of ours, and they recently published this explanation of why they do what they do:
W H Y ?
Strangely, we never stopped to ask ourselves why. It just was. We trained because we loved it. We taught because we loved it. Our sense of duty compelled us to pass on hard-fought lessons learned.
Then someone asked us why. Sheepishly we had no answer. That sparked deep thought, meditation, and brutally honest conversations.
Everything we do at Ridgeline we do to defend America. We teach civilians so they may be their own first responders and to defend their communities. We teach our uniformed first responders so they may better protect the cities, towns, and communities they’ve sworn to. We teach our warfighters so that they can better fight our enemies and return home. We are extremely grateful for the opportunity to do so.
Find your why.
So we put that bit of motivation on this handsome unisex copper and silver bracelet.
A hand-cut silver plate is hand-stamped with "Find Your Why". The plate is then riveted to a copper cuff base, filed, and finished. "RIDGELINE" is covertly stamped on the inside. Each bracelet is also individually serialized beginning with "RL".
THIS BRACELET IS LIMITED TO ONLY 100 PIECES.
All production is done here at our studio in Bethel, Maine.
The "Regular" cuff is 6.5" in length and open in the rear for adjustments, and will fit the widest variety of wrists.
We also have X-Small (5.5") Small (6") XL (7") and XXL (8") versions as well.
If you have unique sizing requirements, please let us know.
TO GET YOUR SIZE:
Measure the circumference of your wrist and subtract about 0.5-0.75". Choose the size that is closest. If you are in-between sizes, size up. Everyone has different preferences on where they wear cuffs, so this is not an exact science.
NOTE: Due to the nature of this cuff being made from copper, some greenish-discoloration on the skin can occur. We coat the inside of the cuff with renaissance wax to reduce this effect, but there is no guarantee that it will always be 100% effective. The discolor is easily washed off with soap and water.