Coarse Blue and red stripe
A special set of strap made with such skill from vintage, luxury. silk ties, from makers such as Hermes and Dior. They come in the new Uni size that is between our traditional long and regular size straps. A one size fits all.
A buckle is not included. Please visit the accessories page.
- Silk Tie
- Uni size only
- Size – 24mm wide at the lugs, 22mm wide buckle fitting
- Lining – Indigo calf
- Stitching – Matching
- The hole profile suits all Schofield buckles and other brands
- Keep Close Keeper ribbon – Red
- Logo – Debossed
- Famous the world over for eccentric English fabrics and leathers
Schofield has introduced a new uni strap size. It falls between our traditional long and regular sized straps. Only some straps are available in Uni, others are still the regular and long sizes.
Uni straps have 115mm long non buckle side and a 78mm long buckle side.
Download and print the scale drawings by clicking the image. All strap sizes are depicted.
Whilst most Schofield straps are super tough and hardy, these are a little more delicate, we suggest treating it like you would your favourite Duchamp or Pierre Cardin. Expect to see little pulls and fluffiness. These straps are made from vintage fabrics they may have seen some wear in their former life. Also the strap you receive may be a little different from the one shown.
All straps come with a set of our proprietary Lug Protection stickers. If you regularly change straps then we suggest you consider some Schofield Drivers. They are purpose made flat-head watch screwdrivers for changing straps and buckles on all Schofield watch models. You may also need a buckle, of which we have many to choose from.
Schofield straps are packaged in recycled and recyclable card boxes and envelopes. We adhere to our Mission Statement even if it means the packaging can (for some) fall short of that luxury feel. That said the little strap boxes are really cool. Just because it is green does not mean we cannot flex our creative muscle! They are traditionally made in Woolwich using gold and silver staples instead of glue.