• Aug 25, 2006
We've seen automotive inspired jewelry before. Bracelets that look like chains, shift gate earrings, even piston-shaped pendants. But for all you gear heads out there who might be heading down the aisle soon, we offer a suggestion for a way to personalize your commitment to your betrothed, while showing your love for wheels too. Brian Bergeron Designs offers a range of tire-inspired rings for men and women that will proclaim your dual passions to all.

Inspired by car, mountain bike and motorcycle tires, they are available in silver, gold or platinum, ranging from $64.50 for bike styles to more than $5000 for a platinum car tire ring. Seems a perfect way to let that special someone know how much of a grip he or she has on you.

[Source: intogear.blogspot.com]


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      • 8 Years Ago
      Domestic versions will be superior in quality AND manage to cost less for the same thing.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Gives wearing rubber a whole new meaning.

      Need more cheesy lines!
      • 8 Years Ago
      Will you take this woman be be your lawful wife, before and AFTER the warranty period?
      • 8 Years Ago
      So what's the warrenty 10 years or 3 kids which ever comes first ?
      • 8 Years Ago
      Oh how will i convince my GF to get this :)
      • 8 Years Ago
      ...We are definitely running out of interesting things to think of.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Please, keep the bad puns rolling! :D
      JRette
      • 8 Years Ago
      okay so I don't agree with the "most married men don't weear rings" type statement. My husband wears his everyday and doesnt mind it...why? because they HAVE started designing mens rings to LOOK a bit more masculine, it doesn't really mean they are trying to find testosterone from a ring lol. The way I see it, you go into any jewelry store nowadays and if you browse the mens rings/wedding bands you'll notice a LARGE percentage of them are either etched to look like stainless steel, formed into tribal/celtic type patterns or any other variation other than smoothe and shiny. This is just another branch off of that idea. women like heart diamonds and filigree designs and such on their rings because it looks PRETTY so why can't a guy have a rings designed after something he likes or "looks tough" if you will? I think theres a doublestandard issue here. All in all my husband is a 28yr old car/truck enthusiast and even though he already has a wedding band we'd consider buying a tire ring as a "spare" lol