What are considered men's sizes?
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 26 28 30 +
What are considered ladies sizes?
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
What does size x buckle mean?
Size is the measurement in mm between the watch lugs. Buckle size is the measurement in mm of the strap where it is attached to the buckle and/ or the measurement of the buckle.
What does the word taper mean?
Taper is the measurement difference between the watch band lug width and the buckle width. The standard taper on a watch band has always been 2mm (e.g. 18 x 16). Current fashion trends can show little or no taper so we offer the choice to specify your exact requirement of lug and buckle widths.
What is the length of a Regular Ladies and Men's watch band?
Band lengths vary by style and country of manufacture. Please refer to the product description provided.
NOTE: Ladies Regular length strap is comparable to a Men's Short.
Men’s Regular length strap is comparable to a Ladies Long.
What is an "aftermarket" watch band?
These are bands that are manufactured in style and fit to accommodate specific branded watches. They look like the original band and are often produced in the same factories. However, they do not have the watch brand's name on the lining.
What is the life expectancy of a leather or exotic skin watch band?
This varies greatly with the type of leather purchased and the acidity in the skin of the wearer. One year is the guideline but judgment is the key. If a band shows sign of excessive wear or having been exposed to water, it doesn't matter how long it has been worn. Leather is still leather; think along the lines of your leather gloves, shoes, or accessories. It will stain and discolor with moisture exposure, and mark when rubbed on a roughish surface. Durability and usage concerns are discretionary.
What are your best sellers?
Top selling items vary by market and store location. It’s important for you to customize your assortment based upon your If you require assistance in choosing a selection, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org