We perfected our wood rings creating the first tungsten Koa rings and passed that knowledge on to create the best titanium wood rings available. It all comes down to the koa wood. Sure you can find cheap "koa" rings with questionable wood, but we hand pick and finish our "curly" grained Koa from the Big Island of Hawaii. Why does this matter? Only the tightest (and therefore most rare and expensive) curly Koa will undulate in the light...the wood looks like it's moving. Pictures can't do it justice.
Titanium wood rings are great for those who love a lightweight life proof ring. You'll hardly notice that it's on you finger due to the weight. The resin over the wood inlay also ensures the wood will last a lifetime free from water and whatever abuse you throw at it.
The Koa tree is truly the king of the Hawaiian woods and has lent itself to create everything that is wonderful about the Hawaiian Islands and its culture. From the ancient Hawaiian outrigger canoes to the spawning of the first surfboards, Koa deserves its place at the heart of the Hawaiian culture. Because of its amazing beauty, it adorns the palace walls and is one of the most expensive woods on the planet. Koa literally means "warrior" in the Hawaiian language and has come to symbolize strength, fearlessness, bravery, bold action, and the warrior spirit.