Omega Flag-Inspired Nato Straps

Feb 14, 2018

Category: Style

Omega sure likes being the ‘official watch’ of a whole lot of things. Starting in the 1990s, they became the official Bond watch, and since the 1930s, they’ve been the official timekeeper of the Olympics. So why shouldn’t they release a series of flag-inspired NATO straps?

Going for about as much as pretty nice Timex, these flag NATO watch straps offer patriots from all over the ability to show pride for their country in a decidedly subtle way. As would be expected, each are made from a tough polyamide fabric and feature stout stainless steel keepers with the brand’s name etched into them. No official word on pricing but given the brand name attached to it, one should expect to pay a pretty penny for the privilege of snaking one through their watch’s lugs.

Purchase: Omega

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