The history of NATO straps begins in England in the early 1970s, and also leads us into the world of James Bond - and time and again on the wrists of fashionably sporty men with more or less expensive watches. Note: Not every nato band is available in every width. On the one hand this is a shame, but on the other hand it has already led some customers to unexpected colors and stripes.
In France, the stylish nylon straps are called "Bracelet Nato" - and that is exactly the name of the French company that produces the best, most durable and most varied of NATO straps. And what about James Bond? Already in 1964, almost ten years before the introduction of NATO straps, Sean Connery was wearing a "NATO-like" nylon strap for his Rolex Submariner as James Bond in "Goldfinger". Barely half a century of film and agent history had passed when 007 Daniel Craig followed him in "Specter" with his gray striped NATO bracelet. The Nato straps here in the shop correspond to the 007 classics in terms of structure and texture and vary the theme.
The high-quality NATO straps are individually packed in a gift box.