Announcing the worn&wound shop!

Featured | 10.08.2012

worn&wound launched in May 2011, motivated by a desire to discover and review watches that are affordable, well made and beautifully designed.  Today, we are very excited to announce the launch of the worn&wound shop! Our first collection of products includes two strap varieties, each available in two distinct colorways and made in the USA, and a watch strap tool that is durable, attractive and ideal for use at home or on the go. All of the items offered at the worn&wound shop are developed by the worn&wound team with the goal of creating products of superior quality at an affordable price.

We are also strongly committed to working with manufacturers in the United States that share our commitment to quality craftsmanship. All worn&wound soft goods are manufactured by small American businesses that care deeply about the quality of their craft, and work tirelessly to produce the best product possible.  Further, when working with manufacturers overseas, we have been meticulous in identifying the highest quality products, and are proud to have these goods carry the worn&wound name.

The Model 1 is a modern, minimal two-piece strap, designed by worn&wound, and made in the USA. It has a distinct look that complements the watch on your wrist, and utilizes high-quality nubuck leather, which is supple, durable and exceptionally comfortable.  This strap is available in both gold and graphite colors, in sizes 20 mm and 22 mm, for $89.

The Model 1 in Graphite and Gold

Our NYC NATOs are a modern take on a classic style, made in the heart of New York City. The rugged yet casual NATO design is updated with high-quality American leathers and a refined sense of style.  Also available in both gold and graphite colors, in sizes 20 mm and 22 mm, the NYC NATO sells for $59.

NYC NATO in Graphite and Gold

Lastly, the worn&wound watch strap tool is the ideal watch strap tool for any watch enthusiast.  Two-sided, the tool features replaceable pin-hole push and fork-style tips for removing spring bars on most watches. Both sides feature screw-on caps that not only protect the tips from damage, but make this the ultimate watch tool to throw in a bag and take with you. The whole tool is made from high-grade machined aluminum with a stealthy scratch-resistant black coating.  The watch strap tool is $19.

worn&wound Strap Tool

We hope you guys love these products as much as we do, and we can’t wait to hear your feedback.  And while we plan to release more great products in the near future, we would really like to hear your suggestions for what we should do next.

So head over to shop.wornandwound.com for more information and to pick one of these great products up for yourself.

  • http://URL Jay

    These look like nice pieces!!

    I think a nice touch would be to throw the brand/model of what watch you’re showing these bands on!

    Thanks!

  • http://URL Rick

    First off: Congratulations with the opening of your new shop!
    The products look really neat, especially the Model 1 Graphite! (for my Vintage Ocean) I’m looking forward to see more Worn&Wound products in the future!

    As a suggestion: A watchcase would be great :)

    Rick

  • http://sperrysandskulls.tumblr.com/ Mike

    Congratulations on the big step forward! I really like the look of those straps.

    You might consider making watch pouches like the ones produced by Hodinkee. I know I will need something to carry my watches in while traveling, once my collection grows a bit more.

    Keep up the good work.

  • http://URL Zac

    Congrats! The straps look awesome. Really like that they’re made in USA too.

  • http://www.thetailoredwatch.com Felix

    Well done guys!

  • http://URL PaulBrl

    You guys have nailed it. Great site, great articles, great watches and now great straps… Nicely done gentlemen!

  • http://URL squash philately

    two words: jesus christ. these look awesome!

  • http://URL Tyler

    I absolutely love the model 1 graphite and think it would look really snazzy on a shark diver 42mm is there a possibility for a 24mm sizing in the future ?