THE REDSTONE-A A2 STRAP

$28.55
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An original Haveston pattern design:

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An early manned space flight inspired pattern, based on the color scheme carried by the Mercury Redstone rockets through to the Saturn V moon rockets.

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PATTERN/ PAIRING:

Features a bold and high contrast combination of white base, and red/ black centre stripe.

Following the close of WWII, rocket engineers and technologies were recruited from Germany to form the core of the US Space Program. Also carried across was the distinctive alternating black and white color schemes used to observe vehicle movement/ rotation during flight. The Launch Escape System at the rocket tip and body markings were painted in red.

The Redstone-A A2 Strap is a distinctive statement design which pairs superbly with Space/ Aviation pieces and dial designs with a monotone scheme or red highlights.

LAYOUT:

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.

HAV060A

Data sheet

Length (not incl. buckle)
270mm
Thickness
1.3mm
Wearer Fit
145mm - 225mm / 5.75"- 8.75"
Material
Heavy Weave A2 Polyamide
Hardware
Stainless Steel Hexagonal Buckle
Layout
Single Pass, Floating 2nd Keeper

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