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Simple Handmade Italian Leather Watch Strap - Light Brown
- Regular price
- $89.00 USD
- Regular price
- Sale price
- $89.00 USD
- Unit price
Our Simple Handmade Italian Leather Strap offers timeless simplicity, making it a popular choice for anyone after a quality leather strap. With a 4mm to 3.5mm tapering thickness the Italian leather is able to stand up to a great deal of wear, whilst still being pliable from the outset and it conforms well to the wrist.
The simple double stitching makes this a very versatile strap with little superfluous detail to detract from the quality of the leather and of course the watch itself. The strap also comes equipped with quick-release spring bars for easy strap changes, and a stainless steel buckle etched with the WatchGecko logo for reassurance of a genuine quality product.
- Certified genuine Italian leather.
- Length: 120/80mm
- Equipped with quick-release spring bars.
- This strap features a cut edge construction.
About The Certified Sustainable Italian Leather
This strap uses certified vegetable-tanned, full-grain Italian leather produced by a member of the Consorzio Vera Pelle Italiana Conciata Al Vegetale. This consortium of tanneries in Tuscany exclusively uses natural plant-derived tannins and centuries-old techniques to create quality controlled sustainable leathers. As a result, this strap will continue to develop patina and only get better as it wears in and begins to age. We guarantee that we use certified leathers from these tanneries, and to read more about these certified responsible Italian tanneries click here.
|Clasp Tongue Width
|Quick-Release Spring Bar Fitted
|Strap Edge Finish
|Cut and sealed edges
|80mm / 120mm
|Strap Lining Material
|Strap Material Colour
|Strap Material Type
|Strap Padding Style
|Strap Stitching Colour
The ‘lug width’ is simply the internal width measured between the lugs (where the watch strap fits) of the watch.
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