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Shell Cordovan Military Leather Watch Strap - Black (Matte Buckle)

$124.99

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The Da Luca Leather Military Watch Strap

Made in the USA

Our Horween leather military watch straps are a nice balance between a traditional leather watch band and something unique. Its versatility complements almost any watch, from divers to dress and field watches. At 1.5-2.2mm thick, our leather mil straps are thin enough to easily slip between spring bars, but feels substantial on the wrist to balance out the weight of your watch. We offer multiple colors and sizes to choose from. Made In USA!

  • Material: Genuine Horween Shell Cordovan Leather
  • Thickness: 1.5-2.2mm
  • Hardware: Matte Silver
  • Widths: 18mm, 20mm, 22mm, 24mm or 26mm
  • Length: 300mm
  • Features: Slip-through style, pull-up leather

In 2009 DaLuca Straps was founded in San Diego, Ca as a passionate brand that focused solely on producing hand crafted watch straps. Since then they have expanded their in house manufacturing team to produce watch bands that fit virtually every watch + offer accessories such as wallets, belts, key chains & t-shirts. Quality, longevity and simplicity are always at the forefront at DaLuca Straps.

  • Horween Essex

    Horween Essex is a rich, full grain leather that utilizes the same blends of extracts that are used in shell cordovan leather and finished to perfection at the world famous Horween tannery in Chicago, IL.

  • Horween Dublin

    Horween Dublin is a rich, waxed, full grain leather that utilizes the same blends of extracts that are used in shell cordovan leather and finished to perfection at the world famous Horween tannery in Chicago, IL.

  • Horween Chromexcel

    Horween Chromexcel leather is a combination tanned leather that undergoes at least 89 separate processes taking 28 working days to produce at the world famous Horween tannery in Chicago, IL.

  • Horween Shell Cordovan

    Shell Cordovan is the art of tanning at its finest, taking irregular oval shaped shells and tanning, stuffing, shaving, then polishing – a process taking at least six months to complete. The results yield some of the finest leather known to man. You simply cannot find better leather!