Haveston Service Series M-22-B Watch Strap

Price
$29
Size:
  • From Haveston, a company based in London, United Kingdom.
  • An original Haveston design.
  • A second variation of the M-22 strap pattern, with an updated weave style.
  • Features a versatile subdued combination of greys in a unique asymmetrical configuration with a heavy dark navy stripe.
  • A battleship-inspired pattern based on the 1942 U.S. Navy ship camouflage scheme "Measure-22," used on vessels in the Pacific and European theatres of WWII.
  • Famously worn by the USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay in 1945, the scheme consisted of 20B Deck Blue, 5-H Haze Grey and 5-N Navy Blue. It was designed for conditions where "high-angle aerial observation was unlikely."
  • Haveston's pattern also observes the asymmetrical approach taken in other naval camouflage schemes.
  • Pairs particularly well with monotone or navy dial designs and bead-blasted grey cases.
  • A2 (Alteration 2) features a single-pass layout for a streamlined wearing profile and reduced "off-wrist" height, a robust polyamide fabric weave that returns to shape, and refined dye tones.
  • Sliding keeper allows easy and secure stowing of tail.
  • Refer to Size dropdown for Enhanced or Non-Enhanced (see photo) availability.
  • 1.3mm heavy weave A2 polyamide.
  • 270mm (10-5/8") long, excluding buckle.
  • Fits wrists 145mm - 225mm (5-3/4" - 8-3/4").
  • Stainless steel hexagonal buckle.
  • To determine size, measure the distance (in millimeters) between the lugs of your watch.
  • Includes one free pair of strong, seamless double-flange stainless steel spring bars.
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Customer Reviews

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P.W.
Can't Go Wrong With Haveston

High quality and great value. Per usual, Holben's has stellar customer service and fast shipping.

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P.W.
Can't Go Wrong With Haveston

High quality and great value. Per usual, Holben's has stellar customer service and fast shipping.

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Haveston General Service Nato's

I'm used to buying my Nato straps on Amazon because to be honest I hate spending a lot of money on straps. With that being said, you do get what you pay for on there! The straps are generally very low quality. I did some research and fell in love with these Haveston General Service Natos l, but I didn't want to wait weeks on end to get these shipped from Haveston who are located in England.

Thankfully Holbens carried these and I got them in about two business days! The price is fairly steep at $40 for two straps, but the quality and looks are amazing!! Hands down worth the price! Thanks Holbens for being one of (if not the the only) U.S. merchant to carry this line!

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Good not great for larger wrist

Very nice construction and materials. I am realizing the single pass "nato" design is not my favorite and I wish the strap were a little longer. It is also not the best for watch cases with prominent curved lugs like the Hamilton Field Khaki as shown on.

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J.
Good not great for larger wrist

Pretty nice quality. First single pass"nato" and I like it, just do not love it. Wish it were slightly longer. That aside, appears to be very well made with smooth weave and decent hardware. The search still continues for my grail strap option. Will still wear it though and it compliments a wide range of watches. Glycine combat sub 42 for reference...