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Apple Watch band [Everest series]

Apple Watch band [Everest series]

Regular price ¥33,000 JPY
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Metal fittings color (see the second photo)
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[A unique pattern in the world]

There are no other crocodile spots in the world. This Apple Watch band is made from the unique Himalayan crocodile, and is perfect for those who value the real thing. Add a subtle touch to your wrist with the finest leather and craftsmanship.

[Completely handmade and hand-stitched by the world's finest craftsmen]

Our original thick stitches are threaded through the holes to ensure both durability and beauty. It takes a huge amount of time and effort for the threads to be sewn one by one by skilled craftsmen to create the finest APPLE WATCHBAND.

[The lining is made of Buttero, the "king of tanned leather"]

Buttero is a leather that is firm and resilient, and ages beautifully with a lustrous sheen. The tannery that produced it is Walpier in the Tuscany region of Italy. Buttero is made from the hard part of the shoulder of a steer, and since there is not much shoulder leather from one cow, it is a valuable leather.

If you would like to check the actual product,
Please make a reservation for TAIZAN (Mobile Gallery Sabi-an) via our official LINE.

TAIZAN's theme is evolution over time , so we create our products using materials such as leather and silver that change the more they are used.
Therefore, at TAIZAN, we consider all changes, such as scratches on the leather and discoloration due to sunlight, to be "beauty." How you love and grow with it is up to you.

As the owner of a TAIZAN item, you can enjoy the "evolution over time" that grows with you.

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ATTENTION

*Please note that since this is a completely handmade product, there may be slight differences in the dimensions.

*Due to the nature of natural leather, there may be uneven coloring and scratches, but please understand that this is also one of the characteristics of leather. Colors may look different on your screen than they do in real life, so if you have any questions, please contact us.

*As the owner of a TAIZAN item, you can enjoy the "evolution over time" that grows with you.

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Himalayan Niloticus, used by super brands around the world, is made from Nile crocodiles.

Nile crocodile leather is native to Africa and is in high demand , especially in Europe, and is traded worldwide as a luxury leather .

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[Why it is called the Himalayas]

During the melting snow, the Himalayan mountains are colored in shades of white and gray.

Because it resembles the melting snow of the Himalayan Mountains , it has come to be called the " Himalayan crocodile ."

This contrast gradation is not artificially designed, but is a " natural gradation created only by carefully selected raw hides ," and is a technique unique to Himalaya.

This is a truly exquisite product that demonstrates first-class craftsmanship, and is an extremely rare and valuable material .

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[The reason for the rarity of the Himalayas]

Normally, crocodile leather is dyed during the tanning process, but as a rule, Himalaya does not perform any dyeing processes .

The finished gradation is not colored but natural, so each piece has a different look. Furthermore, since the original scratches on the leather cannot be filled in by dyeing, the leather must be of high quality and beautiful at the rawhide stage , so not all Nile crocodiles can become Himalayan.

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[ Cleanliness x Luxury ]

Himalaya is a " soft and gentle color " that is different from the usual dyed colors of crocodile leather, so it has a " clean and luxurious feel ". It can be used with " smart coordination " and " formal " as well as " casual " outfits.

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*Due to the nature of high-quality natural leather, the color may appear different on the screen than in real life due to uneven coloring or scratches, but please understand that this is one of the characteristics of Himalayan crocodile.