Features a unique and versatile combination of ocean grey and neutral greens.
The RAF fighter camouflage “Sea Scheme” was adopted in August of 1941 and was a transition from a temperate land (Dark Earth/ Dark Green pattern) to a high altitude sea-tone adapted pattern (Ocean Grey/ Dark Green). It signified a change from defensive to offensive fighter strategies with variations of it remaining in service well into the late 1950s. Named after the Sector organisation system of aerial defence used in the preceding Battle Of Britain.
The Sector A2 Strap offers a precise coordination of neutral green/ grey tones, which pair excellently with Pilot and Field pieces as well as dial designs with a monotone or blue schemes 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.