The Herringbone Twill strap is inspired from the historical M1941 HBT uniform issued to soldiers during WWII. It was a sturdy uniform used daily for work details or field training. It would also be worn into into battle during the mid WWII and later campaigns of the pacific war.
The Herringbone twill weave pattern was introduced as the first rip-preventive fabric for the uniform. It was robust and held up well under distressed conditions. Interestingly, it was also very comfortable for the wearer.
Made from similar Herringbone weave as the historical uniform, the HBT strap is excellent for daily use and formal occasions. It’s classic pattern is widely used in masculine fabric and architectural motifs that is easily recognizable. It will breathe new sophistication to your collection of watches.