ZULUDIVER 1973 British Military Watch Strap: WARRIOR - Stirling

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ZULUDIVER 1973 British Military Watch Strap: WARRIOR - Stirling

Selected Colour: Camoflauge

Selected Lug Width: 20mm
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If you are a regular WatchGecko follower, then you’ll need no introduction to our military straps. Doubtless, you will have a fine collection which can fundamentally change the appearance of your watch. With so many contemporary designs and colours we sometimes lose sight of the humble origins of this type of strap; the strap which spawned the phenomenon – the cryptically titled A.F.0210. The A.F.0210. single pass canvas webbing strap which first appeared around 1944 and is now synonymous with British military equipment of World War 2. It is the archetypal military strap, and eventually evolved in the 1970s to the G1098 we know today.

To honour this history, ZULUDIVER has created a new collection of military colour canvas woven straps which we have titled Warrior. The new webbing was developed with inspiration from canvas fabric, and is a blend of polyester and pure cotton yarn. After extensive testing we found the perfect ratio of the materials to produce a robust fabric with a canvas look.

The WARRIOR range have all been named after famous military HQs and Academies.


  • Fitted with stainless steel buckle and hardware.
  • Historic British military design.
  • Made from high-quality 1.6mm thick woven nylon.


Stirling Lines is the world-famous HQ of the British SAS. Located in the town of Hereford, it was originally called Bradbury Lines; the site was renamed in 1984 in honour of the regiment's founder, Lieutenant Colonel David Stirling. It took from 1997 to 2000 to prepare the barracks fully for SAS Operations. A fitting name for our alternative Camo strap with stealth metalwork.

Clasp Material Stainless Steel
Clasp Tongue Width 1.9mm
Clasp Type Military Buckle
Strap Length 295mm
Strap Material Nylon
Strap Material Colour Camoflauge
Strap Material Finish Fabric
Strap Style British Military
Strap Thickness 2mm