If you travel a lot and like to take multiple watches with you, a watch roll, case or pouch is a worthy investment. It’ll keep your watch protected and make it easier to find in your luggage. These new pouches from Worn & Wound, as it so happens, will be even easier to find thanks to some bold, neon colors that make the pouches look suspiciously a lot like the pencil cases my friends and I had in elementary school. This, to clarify, is a good thing, and if that’s not your thing a few are available in decidedly more reserved colorways.
Nostalgic, jovial colors aren’t the only things these pouches have going for them, though. The shell is made from durable 1000D nylon, while the inner pocket uses a soft, elastic neoprene that will protect the crystal of your watch. A shock cord runs around the outside to secure the top flap to the rest of the pouch when your watch is in transit. Worn & Wound says the pouch is made in the United States, in New York City no less; considering that, the $49 seems more than reasonable for a well-crafted, watch-protecting blast from the past.
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