It's all in the details with worn& wound and analog/shift's limited edition watch roll

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Vintage watch shop analog/shift is getting a beautiful new watch roll via fellow watch lovers, worn&wound. The roll is made from a military surplus material that was used to build U.S. Army pup tents. The lightweight material is made from a tightly-knit cotton that ensures durability and protection from the elements. Inside, you've got a Horween-lined interior that will hold four watches and an additional compartment for a strap changing tool and a microfiber interior adds another layer of protection. They've also teamed up with Discommon Goods on a hefty brass toggle to help pull it all together.

$225, analog/shift

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