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Tiffany Blue Chevre Slim (Curved) Strap

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Chevre leather from Alran tannery is most often used in small leather goods. The beauty of Alran Chevre is in the texture and grain. It has a slight pebbled texture that is very smooth to the touch, making any product immediately look luxurious. Compared to Epsom, the pebbled surface on Chevre is formed naturally from the raw goat leather and the tanning process, and not embossed on. It also has finer pebbled grain patterns compared to Epsom, and is slightly shiny. Similar to Epsom, Chevre also has very strong water and scratch-resistant properties.

Excerpt from Strap Guide by Eric"This is one of those strap combos you don’t know you want until you see it on someone else.  In my case it was seeing Stuart (@timeinscotland) rock the Tiffany Blue strap on his Tiffany stamped Datejust that made me realize I needed one of these in my life!  This might just be the most fun strap you can have on an Explorer!"

Note: This strap comes with curved lugs. Read more about whether you need a curved strap here.

  • Strap Style:Slim (Curved)
  • Thread Colour:29 - Jade
  • Strap Thickness:2.2mm
  • Buckle Type:Regular, Engraved
  • Buckle Finish & Colour:Brushed Silver

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Chee H.Y. (Singapore, SG)
Tiffany Blue Chevre Slim (Curved) Strap

Just received his beautiful strap from Delugs and the quality is just wonderful. Got it changed and brought the JLC back to life immediately!

MKwon (Maple Ridge, CA)
Finally found my main strap supplier!!

Love the Tiff Blue on the Goat strap (Chevre). The new leather smell and the packaging made me so happy when I opened the package.
Shipping was quick and the entire experience felt like I shopped locally at a custom-curated shop.

Will purchase from again!
The quality of the leather and the attn to detail got me sold!
The only challenge: I love my current strap so much, I'll have to wear it out until I get bored of it first before I get some new straps from Ken.