Minimalist<br>Natural Buttero
Minimalist<br>Natural Buttero
Minimalist<br>Natural Buttero

Minimalist
Natural Buttero

Regular price $29.95 Save $-29.95
Handmade in our Brooklyn, New York workshop, the minimalist strap is unlined for added flexibility comfort and is designed to showcase the natural variation in the leather
  • Crafted in 5oz (2mm) Buttero vegetable tanned leather from the Conceria Walpier tannery in Italy.
  • Natural, un-dyed color quickly develops a patina with wear 
  • Burnished edges resist fraying and extend the life of your watch strap
  • Stainless steel buckle and 2 free floating keeper loops are adjustable for a perfect fit
  • Tapers 2mm from lug to buckle (e.g. 22mm to 20mm)
  • Measurements: 75mm buckle-end and 125mm-long end with 8 holes.

"Crazy Horse" Leather

Crafted from high-quality cowhide, the band will develop a rich patina with wear as its is exposed to sun, rain and sweat. Light shades like Sand and Tan will develop a deeper patina faster than dark colors. All bands start out relatively stiff then quickly mold to your wrist for a custom fit.

Form & Function

Easily change between NATO and Zulu style straps without the need for specialized tools. The single pass, slip-through design prevents damage to your watch. Unlike 2-piece bands where the release of a spring bar results in your watch falling to the ground, a NATO band secures your watch by each spring independently. Whether you're sitting in the office or hiking up a mountain, you can rest easy knowing that your watch will stay with you wherever you go.

Leather Care & Wear

In addition to softening and molding to your wrist, leather watchbands naturally stretch and flex as they break in. As a result, you will likely move to a smaller hole after a few weeks of wear. Tuck excess length back under the keeper loops for maximum comfort.To maintain the color and keep your watchband looking new, use a damp rag or leather conditioner to spot clean. Avoid excess water, which can darken the band and cause color transfer. Lightly oil your NATO when it begins to feel dry to avoid cracking.