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Nato Strap : The RAF N7 Collection

1 min read February 04, 2021

Nato Strap : The RAF N7 Collection

The origin of NATO straps goes back to the early seventies when it was first worn by the British military.  One of the main purposes NATO straps were designed was to prevent the failure of a single spring bar, the watch will still be secured by the remaining spring bar.  Since then, NATO straps became more and more popular among watch enthusiasts for the vintage pieces and also in the modern times as a reliable and also fashionable alternative to both leather and/or stainless bracelets. 

NATO Straps Series : RAF N7 Collection

21A22EBU59N7B22 on Omega Seamaster Chrono 44mm, 20B20EBU59N7A65 on Seiko Sumo Zimbe15 SPB194, 21A22EBU59N7F23 on Orient Bambino V5, 20A20PBU59N7P51 on Seiko Sumo SBDC057

Our RAF N7 NATO straps, perhaps better if we call it a 'single pass through' nylon straps, are featured in a semi-squared tip and a thick nylon loop as a keeper.  The RAF R7 strap is made of special nylon in 3D weaving techniques.  A mass hexagonal pattern of texture, as well as a honeycomb pattern that pairs perfectly  with all military or dive watches.  

21A22EBU59N7F23 on Orient Bambino & 21A22EBU59N7B22 on Omega Seamaster Chrono 44mm

The pins and buckle on the RAF N7 strap are made of 316Lstainless steel ladder lock slider design, same as our Perlon strap.  The new palette of colors options include your standard military green, grey, navy blue, and black, but we also added the dual color Bond-style strips as well.

Written by Sam , Photo by Toni 


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