All watch straps are customized to your requirements in terms of length, width, thickness and stitch lengths. All straps are hand stitched.
Hand vs machine stitched
When you use a machine, that line of stitching requires two separate threads that lock around each other in what is known as a “locking stitch”. Whereas, a hand-stitched line uses a single thread with needles on either end. Hand sewing has a superior strength and durability with a beautiful look. It is time-consuming, and that’s part of its charm. Each time you pick up a hand sewn piece of leather, you’re witnessing something of the person who made it. Yet it’s about more than simply clinging to traditions. There are tangible benefits to hand-sewing leather—and aesthetic ones as well.
Hand-sewing provides the greatest strength and security when it comes stitching materials together. The saddle stitch in particular is one of the strongest, most adaptable, and permanent hand stitches. The term “saddle stitching” originated from the saddle makers who employed the technique, though the origins of the technique likely go back much further.