The bracelet is knotted in Imperial Red 550 Paracord with Yellow 275 Tactical Cord for the yellow “ribbon” flanking each side of the dog tag.
RED Friday Support the Troops Charity Bracelet
On Fridays Show Your Support for Our Military Men and Women
On 12, January, 2014 we saw the movie Lone Survivor and were humbled by the Heroes of Operation Red Wings where 19 Patriots lost their lives.
Up until now, RED Fridays were pretty much just red t-shirts with support slogans. Then the e-mail requests starting coming in from our customers requesting a “RED Friday” item they can wear with their shirts (quoting one customer — “I want to beef up my RED Friday outfit!”). See the FAQ tab below for the story of “Red Fridays”.
Remember Everyone Deployed
Comes with our standard durable contour buckle. We use our Brass Dog Tag made from spent shell casings which reads:
THEY’RE IN OUR
LoneSurvivorFoundation.org: Lone Survivor Foundation founded by Marcus Luttrell the Lone Survivor of Operation Red Wings to bring the same type of environment that healed Marcus to others.
SpecialOps.org: Special Operations Warriors Foundation as recommended by SealOfHonor.com, the site created in Memory of Operation Red Wings and Lt. Michael P. Murphy, USN who was awarded the Medal of Honor.
If you have not seen the movie — you should.
Then, live a life worthy of their sacrifice.
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Wear Red on RED Fridays & Show Your Support!!
Get the perfect fit for your bracelets by using these instructions. I need to know your wrist size -- not bracelet size.
I've made thousands of bracelets and know how to knot up your order for a comfortable fit. But I need you to take a moment to get the right measurement info to me.
Why we need your wrist size? Depending on the knot and clasp, I add the necessary length to your wrist size to ensure your bracelet will fit properly. Do not add extra space to compensate for a comfortable fit!
- First, you'll need a ruler, a pen or pencil and a strip of paper about a half inch wide.
- Wrap the strip of paper lightly around your wrist.
- Mark the piece of paper right were it meets the starting point.
- Then measure that length on a ruler. Now you know what size to order!