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Aug 17, 2015

Red Wristbands

Create Custom Red Wristbands

Red is one of the most popular colors, and is used for many different things. Red wristbands are used as awareness tools for many different causes. You can create customized red wristbands to raise awareness for causes such as AIDS and HIV, heart disease, blood cancers, drug abuse prevention, stroke, Epidermolysis Bullosa, and Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy

Custom Red Wristbands

What do Red Wristbands Symbolize?

Red is known to symbolize love, danger and adventure. Historically, people have associated red with blood and life energy. Most of red’s symbolism today arises from these associations in the past. Here are some interesting facts about the color red:

  • Red is one of the top two favorite colors of all people.
  • Red is the most popular color used on flags in the world. Approximately 77% of all flags include red.
  • Red is the international color for stop.
  • Through the study of language history, red seems to be the first color after black and white.
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Buy Red Wristbands from Amazing Wristbands

At AmazingWristbands.com, you can create custom red wristbands for many uses. To make your red bracelets unique, use a second color as an accent or add glitter, swirl, or segment effects.  We offer:

  • 100% silicone that are non-allergenic and latex free. We never supplement our silicone products with fillers such as latex.
  • No minimum order requirements for popular styles.
  • No mold fee on any quantity.
  • No minimum quantity requirement for your order.
  • Free shipping, free artwork, free design, and free color matching.
  • Shipment in 5 - 10 days

More Than Just Standard Red Wristbands

Our wristbands come in a variety of sizes and widths, including half-inch bands, thicker one-inch bands, and adjustable wristbands. We also offer popular slap bands that “snap” to a person’s wrist, USB bands, silicone rings and silicone key chains.

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Last modified on: December 30th, 2016