Italian Tuscany Leather watch strap – Green

The 410 Toscana series of watch straps are made of cowhide from the Tuscany region, hand-tanned following a centuries-old tradition to obtain a result unique in the world.

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The 410 Toscana Series is one of those collections of special watch straps for collectors and people who want a very special and top quality strap for their watch, due to the quality of its construction and the leather used for it. For this we have used Italian vegetable tanned cowhide, specifically from Tuscany, of the highest quality:

This area of Tuscany, between Florence and Pisa, is the only Italian District where high quality vegetable tanned leather is produced.

Vegetable tanning is an old craft that, then and now, uses exclusively tannins of vegetable origin and that requires time and craftsmanship in order to transform raw material in a completely natural leather which is perfectly suited for all kinds of productions, a union of technology and tradition, a niche of market for producers and consumers looking not only for high quality materials, but also a personal lasting style.

it is also available in special measurements for those vintage watches that were manufactured with rare straps measurements such as 19mm or 21mm, and as in all our designs a very flexible final finish that makes it very comfortable to fasten and wear on your wrist.

Materials: Vegetal handmade tanning Top Grain cowhide from Tuscany (Italy).

Waxy Top Grain leather lining tanned in Spain.

Stainless steel buckle.

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