We've long felt that the watch rolls produced by our friends over at Worn & Wound are the best on the market. Produced with an unparalleled attention to quality and detail, these versatile and durable rolls offer an incredible value. Whether we're heading to a collector's event, meeting with clients off-site or traveling abroad, a watch roll is a huge part of our daily kit.
About three years ago we stumbled across a unique military surplus material that really stood out to us. Used for decades in production of U.S. Army pup tents, this tightly-knit cotton fabric is at once extremely durable and relatively lightweight, offering protection from the elements while remaining light enough to pack on long missions.
Our roll features four internal pouches, fashioned from Horween Natural Chromoexcel leather, which are designed to accommodate and hold snugly in place an array of watch sizes, as well as an additional pouch, sized specifically for a strap changing tool (not included).
The a durable exterior is cut straight from this vintage Army-issued pup tent (or shelter halves, for you military guys out there) fabric and has a soft micro-fiber interior, making these rolls a great practical addition to your watch-collecting lifestyle.
The coup de grâce is the turned solid brass toggle made specifically for us by our friends over at Discommon - a weighty signature that sets this roll apart.
Made entirely in the U.S of A., built in New York City and produced in limited quantities, these unique rolls are sure to move quick!
When laid flat, the roll measures 11" by 11", and approximately 5.5" by 3" when rolled.
Materials: Exterior fabric is a reclaimed U.S. Military-issued shelter half fabric. Inner lining is synthetic micro-fiber. Leather pouches and trim are Horween Natural Chromoexcel. Leather wrap with turned solid brass toggle.
Pouches accommodate watches up to 50mm.