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Watch Band Sizing Help

Not sure what size watch band you need? Here are some tips to help you.
We're happy to assist, custom options also available, please email us with any questions or special requests.
(sizes are in metric measurements)


    Lug Widths


    Your existing band may have the width already imprinted on the back. For example, the number "20" means it is a 20mm wide strap and that is the size you will need to replace your band.



    You can also measure the inside dimensions of your watch lugs with a ruler or measuring calipers to determine the size you need. 

    If you don't have a way to measure, you can use our Printable Measuring Guide to measure your lug width or existing strap.

    Conversion Chart


    What Length do I need?

    Our straps accommodate most wrist sizes. We also offer Medium and XL lengths. For standard Ladies Length, we recommend our Medium Length options. See "Search By Size" Menu for width options in these lengths.

    Shorter and longer lengths in certain styles may be available - custom straps also offered - contact us with any special requests.


    Lengths are measured by adding the length of each side of the strap from end to end not counting the buckle/clasp or the watch itself. Measure your existing band like this to determine the length you need.

    120mm + 80mm = 200mm total length.
    This is an 8" Men's Regular/Long Length band.


    If you do not currently have a band in the correct size, you can measure your wrist instead. As a general rule, your watch band length should be approximately 1" longer than your wrist size.
    *This is only an approximate suggestion. Watch size, strap thickness and personal wearing preference can vary the length needed.


    Watch Band Lengths on our site are designated as follows:

    Medium:             ~7" - For wrist sizes under 6.5" (Standard Ladies Length)
    Regular/Long:    ~7.5 - 8" - Standard Men's Length
    Extra Long:        ~8.5"+ - For wrist sizes over 7.75"

      For more measuring assistance, click here for our Printable Measuring Guide.