Features a versatile subdued combination of greys in a unique asymmetrical configuration with a heavy dark navy stripe
Famously worn by the USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay in 1945, the "Measure 22" ship camouflage scheme consisted of 20B Deck Blue, 5-H Haze Grey and 5-N Navy Blue. It was designed for conditions where "high angle aerial observation was unlikely". Our pattern also observes the asymmetrical approach taken in other naval camouflage schemes.
The M-22 A2 Strap pairs excellently with a variety of pieces, particularly those with a monotone or navy dial design and bead blasted grey cases.
A re-engineered one-piece strap layout outfitted with our signature secondary floating keeper, which allows the spare tail to be stowed without the need for folding back (unless desired), and repositioned 7 o’clock buckle to deliver greater comfort and enhanced aesthetics.
As part of our ongoing commitment to continuous refinement, our "A2" (Alteration 2) straps are also equipped with a single-pass layout for a streamlined wearing profile and reduced "off-wrist" height while retaining the security of a one-piece layout to protect against spring-bar failure.