Custom Strap for Tudor Black Bay Pepsi GMT – Bamboo Alligator with Fully Integrated Fit – Hi strap lovers. I am very happy to share these wonderful photos from my great custom Uwe of his Tudor Black BayPepsi GMT. My natural inclination would have been to design the strap to be color-keyed to the watch, but Uwe really wanted a super-subtle neutral color design which I think turned out to a great call with his watch. I think the subtle color of this strap really works great to frame the bold design of this watch without over-designing the combination. Bravo Uwe! Adding to the subtly of this design is Ecru French linen with superfine hand saddle stitching and matching custom beige hand-dyed ‘Clone’ pattern Kangaroo leather and hand-blended edge paint finish.
Our Bamboo Alligator is a part of our premium France Croco Alligator Collection and as are all the Alligator hides in this collection, hand been tanned and finished to an extraordinary level.
As always, Uwe is very kind to provide these astonishingly well-realized photos. To see others of his amazing photos, please follow this link to his Tudor Black Bay on Swiss Ammo strap and his Rolex Submariner on Black Row Stone strap.
If in addition to the photos here, you would like to read further details about some of the many straps I have made for Tudor watches over the years, please follow this link to a blog page relating to Straps for Tudor watches.
If you would like to see and read more about Alligator straps that I have made over the years, please follow this link to a list of Alligator watch strap blog posts or by clicking on the related links at the bottom of this post.
If you would like me to build this strap for your Tudor Black Bay GMT or any other watch, please don’t hesitate to contact me right away to begin your custom strap consultation. You are always welcome to e-mail me at Dangerous9straps@gmail.com or simply click on the contact button at the to of this blog and complete the brief contact form and I will get back to you right away. I would be happy to hear from you!
Now, onto more of Uwe’s wonderful photos: