Tweed and Canvas Rolls, Folds and Pouches in Stock at

Just before we kicked off this year’s Wind-Up Watch Fair, we announced the release of our new Harris Tweed Herringbone Watch Rolls and Folds. Made in America out of genuine Scottish Harris Tweed, Horween Natural Chromexcel leather and midnight blue ultra suede, they are amongst the most stylish and luxurious products we’ve made to date. Well, they are now available in our shop for $199 and $99 respectively.


Our iconic Waxed Tan Canvas and Horween Black Essex Watch Rolls are also back in stock. A staple colorway for our brand, the Tan and Black combination is as timeless and rugged as the American outwear that inspired it. As always, the Tan and Black roll is outfitted with our signature design and original details; gusseted pockets to allow for larger watches, double stitching for extra strength, full ultra-sueded lining (inside pockets as well) to provide a soft surface for crystals and polished cases, extra tool pocket and leather cord and toggle closure. Often imitated, never duplicated, our Tan and Black rolls are American-made and available for $150.


Lastly, we actually have something sort of new. Based on our Fold design, we’ve made a limited amount of more stripped down 2-Watch Pouches in dark brown waxed canvas and black Horween leather. The concept is the same as the fold, take the space that a single watch pouch takes up, add a second pocket to allow for 2 watches, or a watch and extra straps, or even a watch and a pair of sunglasses, therein creating a more useful carrying case. For the 2-Watch Pouch, we’ve rounded out the shape a bit and removed the padding, making it a softer construction. It’s still great for carrying around your watches, but comes in with a lower price tag of $60. As always, the 2-Watch Pouch is American-Made. Pick one up here.


So, if you’ve been looking for a new way to travel with your watches or to store them at home, be sure to check out our selection of American-Made watch cases.

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