Each Watch Strap includes an untearable linen and stiffener material to preserve it through years of wearing it
Using multiple layers of materials to ensure long-term rigidity and flexibility and tear-resistance, each watch strap is stitched with a double thread using the saddle stitch or Point-Sellier. I received a TINTIN watch when I was 10 years old. Now around a quarter of a century later, I was able to redo the watch strap and extend the life of this piece of history.
Blue Snakeskin Leather
Although the skin is as thin as a paper sheet, constructing with multiple layers makes it possible to use, but beware, like snakes in real life, it is sensitive to flame, and will retract it. "Cartier" clasp so no holes to preserve the snake skin esthetic . Portuguese Cork lining for better comfort
Awarded from the Canadian Society for Creative Leathercraft 2022 Annual Competition
-Betty Heacock Memorial Award for Best Novice
Sturgeon leather, a fragile and tough leather to work with.
A perfect oxymoron which is reinforced with Kevlar Bfg material.
Why Kevlar? Because it's a great semi-rigid material, and will stabilize your watch.
Embossed leather strap, with cork inside for better comfort on the skin.
It is Kevlar reinforced, durable, and lightweight.
For the technology inside the strap see our page in SpyCraft