Cognac Pueblo Row-Stitch Strap
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Pueblo Row-Stitch strap is great if you want a little unique texture and rustic look in your watch strap. It has a unique depth of colour and patinas beautifully over time. Coming in a wide range of colours, you can choose the one that best suits your watch and outfit.
Pueblo leather comes from the Italian tannery, Badalassi Carlo. The look of the leather is so unique that it is hard to describe - photos would do best to show it off. The leather has a rustic, vintage mood to it, one that is made more obvious by the patina that forms over time.
Note: This strap has been discontinued and will not be restocked.
Strap Length Guide
There are two sides per strap, which we refer to as the long end and the short end, which are represented by C and D respectively in the diagram below.
Our handcrafted leather straps come in 3 different lengths.
- Small (C: 105mm, D: 65mm)
- Medium (C: 115mm, D: 70mm)
- Large (C: 125mm, D: 75mm)
A quick way to decide on the length to get is based on your wrist size. Here is the general recommendation (if you are between sizes, we recommend to size up):
- Wrist size of 14.5cm - 17.0cm: Small
- Wrist size of 16.5cm - 19.0cm : Medium
- Wrist size of 18.5cm - 21.0cm: Large
If you need a strap that is shorter than Small (105/65), or longer than Large (125/75), you can always have the strap custom made.
|A||Lug width||Varies by lug width
(see product listing)
|C||Long strap length||105mm||115mm||125mm|
|D||Short strap length||65mm||70mm||75mm|
|E||Distance to middle hole||63mm||71mm||81mm|
|F||Distance between holes||6mm|
|G||Size of holes||1.8mm|
|Number of Strap Holes||7||7||7|
Hope this quick guide helps! Finding the perfect length to get can be a little bit more complicated, as it also depends on the lug-to-lug distance of your watch, and even the shape of your wrist. For a more detailed guide on sizing, please check out this page.
Find Your Lug Width
If you're looking to purchase a strap for your watch, you will need to know the lug width of your watch. Lug width refers to "A" in this schematic below.
There are two ways to find out the lug width of your watch.
- Firstly, you can Google "<watch brand and model> lug width" and see if there is an answer from the brand's website, or some other websites.
- Alternatively, you can simply take a ruler and measure the lug width directly on your watch.
Lug widths are typically in whole numbers, and while the most common lug widths are between 18-22mm, they can go down to 8mm or up to 32mm even. Our ready stock straps are available in 16mm, 17mm, 18mm, 19mm, 20mm, 21mm, 22mm, 24mm and 26mm. If you need other lug widths, you can have it custom made.
You will then need to purchase a strap of the same lug width. For example, if your watch has a lug width of 20mm, you will need to purchase strap with a width of 20-16.
Note: Our Widths typically have two numbers, for example 20-16. The first number (20) refers to the lug width ("A" in the schematic above). The second number (16) refers to the buckle width ("B" in the schematic above). You just need to ensure that the first number matches the lug width of your watch.
Nicely made and soft very comfortable to wear. Highly recommended!
Delugs product never failed me. I will continue to buy as long as I'm still into collecting watches.
I’ve bought three Delugs straps (so far) for my Speedy and they have all been great. I highly recommend Delugs!
The delivery was super fast. Unfortunately, the row stitch on one of the straps is slanted so have to send it back for exchange. What a shame.
I have, very quickly, accumulated a large number of delugs straps! They are just so addictive! They arrive quick, are packaged very well and are such good quality! This one in particular is perfect for my vintage gold constellation!