UAG?has launched?two?new series of?silicone?watch straps for the Apple Watch and Galaxy Watch, and for you regular watch fans, a universal strap, too.
The strap lines are named Civilian and Scout.
Both the Civilian & Scout?straps?are designed for dependability and maximum comfort. Soft touch?silicone, stainless steel hardware, and a tuck closure work together to keep your watch on your wrist while you go adventuring.?
Scout is an ultra-soft watch strap made from high-quality?silicone?that can take a beating. Constructed and tested to be tough, durable and comfortable, you can feel confident knowing your watch is securely strapped to your wrist.?
Designed with mobility in mind this strap is built with slim yet sturdy antimicrobial silicone giving you unrestricted freedom to conquer the day. Scout is available in Black, or Olive and Orange for $29.95
The new Civilian strap from UAG has undercover rugged style, is ultra-comfortable on the wrist and is incredibly secure, durable and dependable. Two layers of ultra-soft?silicone?create a discreet chiseled exterior with a rugged technical interior, with just enough pop to let the world know you mean business.
A branded stainless steel buckle and a rigorously engineered pass-thru combine to create a closure you can count on in even the most extreme circumstances.?
The Civilian Series has a contrast colored honeycomb design on the inner band. And it’s sweatproof, so it?s perfect to wear during exercise, hiking, climbing or just drinking beer in Patrick Kansa’s backyard.
To be a civilian comes at a cost. In this case, that cost is $39.95, and you have to choose between black with orange inside the strap, or slate with orange inside the strap.
The Universal strap is a part of the Civilian line, but uses 22mm lugs and spring bars. This is ideal for a lot of watches, whether it’s a Tudor Black Bay, or a Seiko SKX007 beater. Available colorways are black and orange, or blue and orange, for $39.95 USD.
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