- Strap Sizing Guide -

How do I determine the strap width for my watch? What is my wrist size? What is the correct strap length for my wrist? Stop the madness! If you are getting overwhelmed, don't worry. Below we will break down each component to help get you the perfect fit.

- Strap Width -

In order to select the correct strap width for your watch, you need to measure the lug width of your watch. The lugs are the 2 arms & legs that protrude from the watch case where the strap attaches to the watch. Measure the area in between the 2 lugs. This width should be measured in millimeters (ie. 18mm/20mm/22mm).  This can be done with a ruler, or a simple google search of the model of your watch. 

- Strap Length -

In order to select the correct strap length for your wrist, you need to know your wrist size. If you do not know your wrist size, you can simply wrap a piece of string around the area of your wrist wear you would be wearing your watch strap. Mark the area of string that wrapped around your wrist, and measure with a ruler in inches. Hence your wrist size.

We go the extra mile to provide you with the correct strap fit and offer most of our straps in 3 lengths. Our lengths are measured in millimeters. The larger number is the measurement of the longer side of the strap in millimeters, and the smaller number is the measurement of the shorter side of the strap in millimeters.

Most of our lengths are as follows: Small - 110/70mm | Medium - 120/80mm | Large - 130/90mm 

                  Small - 110/70mm - a wrist of approximately 6" - 7".
             Medium - 120/80mma wrist of approximately 6 3/4" - 7 3/4".
                 Large - 130/90mm - a wrist of approximately 7 1/2" - 8 1/2".

Of course comfort is a preference, like the saying goes "different strokes for different folks". Our guide is just an estimate, and there are different circumstances where you the customer have to factor out what works best for you. For example - if your wrist size falls in between 2 strap lengths (ie. a wrist between 6 3/4"-7"), you have to know your preference - do you rather wear a small length size with little strap tail, or a medium length size with more strap tail. Case size also plays a factor. The bigger the case size, the less leather you're going to need to get around your wrist. The smaller the case size, the more leather you're going to need to get around your wrist.