Features a unique and disruptive combination of naval greys and blues which have been adapted with a linear layout for a strap profile.
Measure-32 was an overt “Dazzle” camouflage pattern developed by the Naval Research Laboratory and implemented by the U.S. Navy in 1943.
Unconventional in approach, its function was not to conceal, but rather to disrupt the ability of an adversary to identify a vessel type, range, speed and heading. This proved particularly successful against submarine threats, but began to see reduced effectiveness as rangefinding and aircraft technologies advanced.
The MS-32 Strap pairs excellently with Dive and Pilot 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.