Legendary Designer Roland Sands Gets A Signature Moto-Inspired Watch

Apr 20, 2020

Category: Style

Especially in the world of motorcycles and moto racing, Roland Sands is a practically monolithic figure that really needs no introduction. The racer-turned-designer has been responsible for a tremendous number of superb custom bikes, beautiful functional gear ranging from boots to beanies and everything in-between, and now he’s topped his illustrious catalog with a collection of signature moto-inspired watches.

Called the Szanto ICON Roland Sands Signature, the collection includes five Roland Sands-styled offerings that differ in appearance only. All of them boast a hefty 43mm 316L stainless steel case with a matching push crown, hardened mineral crystal, Japan Miyota 2415 quartz movement, 100m water-resistance rating, and USA-sourced Horween leather straps. Meant to “reflect [Roland Sands’] zeal for racing and love for the motorcycling community,” all five of these handsome motorcycle-inspired watches are available now for $225 apiece.

Purchase: $225

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