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A strap-maker like few others, Everest Bands specializes in aftermarket alternatives for your favorite beater (particularly Rolex, Tudor, and Panerai) and is entirely dedicated to accessories that make your experience of your timepiece collection all the more personal and enjoyable. With the brand’s latest release of a series of leather watch straps designed especially for the Panerai collection, Everest broadens an offering that already goes well beyond aftermarket straps, offering accessories such as watch rolls, spring bars, and simple tools. Despite this diversification, the brand remains true to its roots and continues to focus on providing new and interesting strap alternatives for some of the most recognized brands worldwide.
The latest edition to the Everest lineup is a curved-end leather strap for 44mm Panerai Luminor models. As usual, these new straps carry the Swiss Made mark — a sign that distinguishes Everest straps as some of the most premium aftermarket options in the industry. As usual, these high-quality straps are available with either polished or brushed hardware.
Known for using premium materials, Everest works with a true vulcanized rubber. This kind of material highly resistant, white nylon straps crafted from a hypoallergenic interwoven textile are ideal for watch-lovers with more sensitive skin.
One of the brand’s calling cards is the hardened insert embedded in the strap where it meets the case — an area of significant wear and tear. This ensures a snug, gap-free connection. It is this kind of fit, brought to life by the sheer quality of the materials Everest uses in its products, that makes this brand such a popular choice among collectors looking to freshen up a tired classic. These bands retail for €219.95 regardless of style. Learn more at everestbands.com.
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