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Photo: Tanner Goods 

Photo: Tanner Goods 

Tanner Goods, what's taken you so long? Portland-based favorite Tanner Goods has finally come through with their own leather watch strap and they've sourced their leather from none other than Horween out of Chicago for their new Cordovan straps. The brand put these straps through the wringer for close to a year and as you would expect the end result is perfect. 

Tanner Goods makes the strap in a traditional NATO with Zulu keepers and a single pass strap if you don't want the metal loops. Each strap is cut from a single piece of 4/5oz leather and each are individually waxed and stitched by hand. Both will fit a 20mm lug width. 

$100-$120, available now at

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