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Say goodbye to generic, clumsy, and cheap strap hardware. You know your time machine deserves better.
We equipped our signature G10/NATO mil-strap black ballistic nylon strap with bead-blasted, exclusively-designed titanium hardware. We machine each buckle from a solid chunk of titanium so that there are zero weak points. No buckle spring bar failure that drops your watch into the abyss.
This is an upgraded ballistic nylon material where we incorporate a tighter weave that provides added flexibility and comfort, while preserving the rugged trustworthy dependability.
We make each strap with laser for precision slices that produce a clean finish. Then we sew the hardware on with matching color stitch thread. The strap has a very slight sheen that contrasts nicely.
Fact Check: This strap design is often referred to as a NATO strap, but the original name was G10. The British Military of Defense first issued spec G1098, and soldiers requisitioned their own from the quartermaster with the easier to remember G10. Now you know.
The secondary strap prevents the watch case from sliding around and secures the watch where you want it on your wrist. And if one spring bar on the watch were ever to fail, this strap provides backup so your watch doesn't fall off the strap.
Optimal size for wrists 6.75 - 8 inches around. (Pro tip: You can add your own holes if needed. Measure your wrist with a piece of string.)
The beauty of ballistic nylon is that it's self sealing. You can trim off the tail if it's too long and use some gentle heat via lighter or stove burner to reseal the cut edge and prevent fraying.
Care: We recommend placing in a mesh bag and washing in cold water. Hang or lay flat to dry. DO NOT put in the dryer.
This strap will endure constant abuse and anything you throw at it for years to come and along the away it'll acquire a unique personality based on how and where you rock it.
Did you know? DuPont originally designed ballistic nylon during World War 2 to provide lightweight defense for pilots’ and airmen flak jackets to protect against metal shards or debris from inbound munitions. The researchers developed an exceptionally tight weave, typically basket pattern in 2×2. The thread pattern produces durable construction and limited stretch in all directions.