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Widespread use of the nylon strap rose to British Ministry of Defence (MOD). The standard issue NATO strap or requisition number G10 (as it's known in military circles) is also called the Zulu strap. It enters pop culture history when James Bond is seen breaking a "style rule" forgoing the usual leather strap watch with tuxedo and opting for functional wrist look.

Widespread use of the nylon strap rose to British Ministry of Defence (MOD). The standard issue NATO strap or requisition number G10 (as it’s known in military circles) is also called the Zulu strap. It enters pop culture history when James Bond is seen breaking a “style rule” forgoing the usual leather strap watch with tuxedo and opting for functional wrist look.

Widespread use of the nylon strap rose to British Ministry of Defence (MOD). The standard issue NATO strap or requisition number G10 (as it’s known in military circles) is also called the Zulu strap. It enters pop culture history when James Bond is seen breaking a “style rule” forgoing the usual leather strap watch with tuxedo and opting for functional wrist look.