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Infantry XL | Olive Green | One-Piece | Nylon | Polished Hardware

Infantry XL | Olive Green | One-Piece | Nylon | Polished Hardware

Regular price $15.00 USD
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    Infantry XII Ballistic Nylon Watch Strap
    • Color - Earthy Greem
    • Material - Manufactured of a medium weave ballistic nylon material
    • Hardware - Polished Surgical Grade Stainless Steel.
    • Single piece of nylon between your watch and your wrist
    • Approximately 12""/305mm in length.
    • Thickness - 1.2mm thick
    • All Watch Bands come with the Nato Strap Co. Guarantee!

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 2 reviews
    Douglas V.
    Great quality

    These straps are awesome and high quality. The 305mm length works out great.

    This is one of my Favorite NATO straps, and I've tried many.

    I have been trained to critique equipment for a living. It unfortunately makes finding good gear very challenging. It is my problem, and I deal with it.
    I love the look of the Rolex MilSub (Military Submariner), but I will never be able to afford one. I love how it looks on a NATO strap and that has been my focus. I'm that moron that offends much of the watch world by wearing a Rolex on a NATO. Heresy, but it is my choice. The MilSub doesn't come with a bracelet. I'm not sporting a MilSub, but that is the look I roll with.

    The NATO strap is the most comfortable setup for various reasons. I despise metal bracelets, they dig into the wrist, and dig the crown of the watch into the top of the hand. The NATO fixes all the issues of the bracelet.

    The NatoStrapCo XII Ballistic Nylon is one of my two favorite NATO straps. I'm embarrassed to admit, I have tried many. The list includes, a generic Amazon brand, CountyComm, BlueShark, Phenomenato, Mora, MooseStrap, MilTat, WatchGecko, and the list just keeps going. I have tried the seatbelt style, the sliding keepers, Zulu single piece. It is ridiculous. I have settled on two bands. This XII Ballistic Nylon, and the standard MooseStrapCo (MSC) premium. I like both, for different reasons.

    The positives for this strap are the following:
    +The strap length for my 8-3/8" wrist.
    +The brushed hardware
    +The metal keepers/rings. They are not thin metal, but they are narrow. Not overwhelming, but strong. Just perfect.
    +The fabric is just perfect for a NATO. Soft but rugged. Just the right amount of flop, that it doesn't dig in like some more rigid brands.
    +The only fraying has been because my pins are too close to my watch, and catch during installation on the holes. That's on me. My other watches never caused any fraying on my NatoStrapCo straps.
    +The holes are just stinking perfect. MSC and NatoStrapCo are the two best at putting in the strap holes.
    +It is not a seatbelt fabric. They just get little snags, and end up looking crappy.
    +It isn't shiny. I love that no one notices my watch at work.
    +The price.

    The Negatives:
    -The buckle is a weak-ish design. It could definitely be better. See below.

    The NatoStrapCo XII is nearly perfect. I love that the brushed version is only $10. The only feature that the MSC does better is the buckle. They are one of the only brands that use a solid buckle, without a spring bar in it. I wish NatoStrapCo would look at this review, and consider offering a slightly higher quality model, with a nicer buckle. I have actually had one of my previous NatoStrapCo XII straps stressed so hard that the pin in the buckle bent, and the latch stopped holding very well. It was only $10 for a new band, and I appreciate that. I would pay an extra $5+ for a more robust buckle only. The three rings on the strap are absolute perfection.

    I highly recommend these models. These and the MSCs are the only ones I have purchased more of, in my quest for NATO straps over the past five years.