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Endure Ring

A motivational, and inspiring word that you can wear on your hand every day! A piece from our signature collection that will never go out of style.

Cast and hand-finished in tarnish-resistant .925 sterling silver. Available in 14K and 19K white, rose, or yellow gold. Please e-mail us with your finger size at for a price quote.

This ring is available with complimentary personalized engraving. If you would like to add a personal touch to the inside of your ring, please enter your engraving request in the text box below.

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Based on 3 reviews
Jenni 8 months ago

I know this ring was made for runners, but for me it's also significant. After trying to commit suicide several years ago, I bought this ring to remind myself to keep going every single day, one step at a time, and to hope that things will get better. I hope they bring this simple ring back; I would love to get it for others too.

Anita H. 6 years ago

Love my Endure ring. I wear it all the time and especially draw comfort from it on my long runs when i feel sore or like giving in. It inspires me to keep going and to not give up. Will for sure be wearing it for a Relay for Life this Fri/Sat. Will hope to do around 45-50 miles on a track all night thru and into the mid morning/afternoon. I know it will keep me on track and motivated especially those last hours and miles when i will be feeling tired and perhaps some pain. I won't give up.

Deb 7 years ago

This simple, yet elegant, ring means so much to me. It is a reminder that truly experiancing life means never being on the sidelines. In tough distance races, I turn it to read it when I need that extra push. It is a connection with a training partner which will always "endure". Originally, I had ordered this in too small a size. As karma would have it, it fit a friend of mine perfectly. She was undergoing treatment for cancer. A few weeks after, she slipped it on my pinky finger, the only finger it would fit on, asking that I wear it beside my own for that weekend's 30k race. She was too weak to run, as her "race" against cancer was so taxing. This was her way of running with me again. We continued switching our Endure rings until her last days this summer. Now I run with it. knowing that her spirit is still with me. it reminds me that our greatest memories grow out of those efforts that we must "endure".