We’ve mentioned Road ID bracelets on the blog before, but it’s been a while — and so many more people are doing outdoors activities that I thought it would good to remind everyone.
Road IDs are, essentially, bracelets with an engraved steel portion that can have any information you want. For yourself, a child, or a parent, you might put your full name and a “call in case of emergency” number, as well as any important notes (for example, allergies or other facts you’d want an emergency worker to know about).
They’re great because they’re lightweight and easy to make part of your routine. While you might remember to stick your license in your coat pocket before a hike, you might forget to put your license back in your wallet — plus you may not use the same coat for every activity.
The company offers a huge variety right now, including Apple Watch and Fitbit attachments, silicone bracelets, and more. I’ve always just been a fan of the original stretch option, but that’s me.
They also have options for your pets, as well as shoelace tags. You can get them at RoadID.com or Amazon starting at $25. (Try this referral link to get $5 off your first purchase of $10 or more.)
I’ve never tried the brand GoTags, but if you just want a shoe tag these are much more affordable at $8.
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