Original NATO Straps

Original NATO Straps

Band & Bezel Premium Original NATOs Watch Straps are made from high quality nylon and are loom-woven the traditional way to allow for denser thread count. These NATOs feature machine stitching around every hardware to ensure stability and strength. This is the absolute most versatile strap to offer both durability and comfort for any occasion.

Canadian Watch Straps Worn Around the World

At Band & Bezel, we take great pride in being a Canadian-based company that offers superior watch straps with unmatched quality. We know how important your time is, which is why we offer fast and free shipping within Canada. Our products are built to last, and we are so confident in their quality that we offer warranty on all our watch straps. We understand that finding the perfect watch strap is essential, and we are committed to making the process easy and hassle-free. Shop with confidence knowing that you are supporting a Canadian company that values quality and customer satisfaction above all else.

Canadian Company
Fast & Free Shipping
1 Year Warranty
Superior Quality

frequently asked questions

What sizes do your Original NATO Straps come in?

Our Original NATO Straps come in a range of sizes to fit different watch models. We currently offer the following sizes: 18mm, 20mm, 22mm

Why choose our Original NATO Straps ?

Band & Bezel offers meticulously crafted Original NATO Straps made with the finest materials sourced from the world's top tanneries. We believe every watch enthusiast deserves high-quality Original NATO Straps that complement their unique timepieces.

How do I Install my Original NATO Straps ?

Our Original NATO Straps are designed to be easily interchangeable. Take a look at the following guides on how to change your watch strap.

Do you offer any warranties or guarantees on your Original NATO Straps ?

Our warranty covers all manufacturer defects for the lifetime of all Original NATO Straps. it's important to note that the warranty does not cover normal wear and tear, which is the natural deterioration of the product over time.