Lashbrook is a fairly new designer and manufacturer of men’s wedding bands. The company’s is named after Eric Laker’s great grandfather, Lashbrook Laker. Lashbrook was 15 years old, when he emigrated to Utah in 1835. At Lashbrook they strive to foster that same pioneer spirit of their ancestors and other great pioneers. Having started in Eric’s garage with only a handful of designs, Lashbrook now employees 80 of the best technicians and artists in a brand new start-of-the-art facility.
All bands are produced from scratch and the designs have progressed to thousands of variations, with the number growing daily. The company practices lean manufacturing, a process that has put them in the forefront of manufacturing philosophy and technology. Lean is based on the principles of waste reduction, high quality control standards, and constant improvement in the way the rings are made. Lashbrook offers the industry’s largest metal options with bands made from Black Zirconium, Cameo, Carbon Fiber, Ceramic/Tungsten. Cobalt Chrome, Damascus Steel, Hardwood, Meteorite, Mokume Gane, Precious Metals, and Titanium.