'Atlas' Padded Leather Watch Strap

Size Guide
Size Guide

If you are of the opinion that it is impossible to find a high quality leather watch band at this price point - think again, the 'Atlas' strap offers exceptional quality and finish at a price that makes many more expensive look what they are - overpriced !

The TSS Atlas is manufactured using only top quality leather and is genuine nubuck leather lined.

The TSS Atlas has a low sheen matt finish with a very attractive 'vintage' or 'aged' appearance. The deep padding produces a softly domed profile that would compliment a wide range of chrono and aviator style watches (think Sinn, Glycine, Fortis, Breitling, Omega etc.)

Another feature that distinguishes the TSS Atlas watch strap is the oversize heavy duty stitching that gives the Atlas extra character an authentic vintage aviator look. 

Quality hide selection and meticulous attention to detail throughout the manufacturing process has yielded a high quality leather watch strap with a distinctive look and superb handling characteristics. TSS believe the Atlas is another step in the right direction in terms of product development and offers standard of construction and finish normally associated with straps costing considerably more - you could easily pay more and still not get a strap of this quality ! 

A pair of quality stainless steel spring bars are included with this watch strap.
Sizes (fitting width) 18mm, 20mm & 22mm
Colours Black, Brown & Tan
Buckle Side Length 74mm (not including buckle)
Long Side Length 114mm
Strap Thickness 5mm at the case end to 3.5mm at the buckle end 
Taper All sizes taper by 2mm and as such take a clasp or buckle 2mm narrower than the fitting width

First Class  

First Class 'Signed For' 
Orders Under £30 - £2.50
Orders Over £30 - Free! 


Standard Airmail (Orders under £30)

Tracked & Signed

Rest Of World

Standard Airmail (Orders under £30)

Tracked & Signed 


We want every one of our customers to be completely satisfied with their purchase!

If you are not satisfied with your purchase or if you simply decide the goods received are not for you, you are absolutely welcome to return them for either refund or exchange within 30 days of the date you received your package.

Please click here to see our full returns policy and procedure.

    Size Guide
    (at least where watch straps are concerned)

    In order to establish the correct size/fitting for your watch, simply measure the distance (in millimeters) between the case lugs as seen in the illustration above. The determined width will be the size of watch strap you should order.

    *In the event that you find the width to be an uneven size, ie. 17mm, 19mm, 21mm etc. and only in the case that you wish to purchase a leather or rubber watch strap - TSS recommends that you order the next size larger. The small degree of compression required to fit a 20mm strap to a 19mm lug width is well within the capability of supple hides. (while opinions will vary on this TSS has not yet had a single return arising from compatibility/fit issues when supplying the next size up).

    **RE. Spring bars - if you are buying an oversize strap (as described above) it should be noted that the spring bars TSS supply with your strap will be approx. 1mm longer than the lug width of your watch. In this case TSS recommends that (unless damaged) you use the original spring bars supplied with your watch. TSS will be happy to supply spring bars in 17mm/19mm/21mm sizes if you request this via email immediately after placing your order.


    Watchstrap lengths vary depending on who made it. Rather unhelpfully different watchstrap manufacturers around the world have different ideas of what constitutes a 'regular' or 'standard' length. For example, 'regular' length straps from European manufacturers can vary by up to 18mm in length and as such you should pay particular attention to the dimensions quoted with each item description.

    TSS are unable to provide 'suitable for' wrist sizes or 'wearable length' due to there being several variables that make accurately determining wearable length somewhat problematic. The size of your watch, your watches lug to lug distance and to a lesser degree case thickness all need to be taken into account when determining the correct length needed.