Vulture Premium Vachetta Camo Apple Watch Straps
Vulture Premium Vachetta Camo Apple Watch Straps
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Product Description
Vachetta leather is an Italian leather that’s traditionally left untreated for a strong patina over time. Popularized by brands like Louis Vuitton and Coach, it plays the starring role in these camo straps designed for the Apple Watch Read More
Italian Leather That Changes With You

Vachetta leather is an Italian leather that’s traditionally left untreated for a strong patina over time. Popularized by brands like Louis Vuitton and Coach, it plays the starring role in these camo straps designed for the Apple Watch. Made in Tuscany, these Vachetta leather straps are crafted by hand using extracts of bark and liquored with animal fats inside of wooden barrels. Then, they’re dyed with aniline colorings and air dried. The result is a natural two-toned look to set your timepiece apart. The leather will darken naturally over time when exposed to heat and sunlight for a look unique to the wearer.

Note: At checkout, choose a color (blue camo, red camo, or woodland camo), a width (38 mm or 42 mm), and a length (short, medium, or long).

Color Options
Blue Camo
Red Camo
Woodland Camo
  • Vulture
  • Material: Vachetta leather
  • 6 holes
  • 1 keeper
  • Made in Italy

All orders will be shipped by Drop.

Estimated ship date is Jan 26, 2018 PT.

After this product run ends, payment will be collected and orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final. Check the discussion for updates on your order.

Recent Activity
> Have I done something to personally offend you? Nope. > As soon as the drop starts, you post saying my website is > offline (It was due to a billing error on my part with > Squarespace). You then go on to say it is somehow related to > Trump and Harvey Weinstein. This apparently has been amended > through an edit. Your website was offline. It remained offline a couple of days later. I checked Google. Your website was deindexed by Google. Massdrop was the first result for "Vulture Premium." The search "" brought up zero results. I posted the true information that your site was offline, without further speculation as to the reason. You acknowledge here that your site was offline. > Next, you begin talking about the cows from which this > leather comes having a vegan diet, which is false. That was a joke, random ridicule of vegans. Using leather from a vegan cow would not be vegan (and cows are herbivores anyway). But a really dumb vegan might prefer leather marketed as such. That's the initial humorous premise. Then I doubled down on the joke with the incongruity of adding other dietary practices. There was a bit of implied ridicule here of the marketing copy for this particular maker's leather processing, which vaguely resembled claims for hipster food products. None of this had anything to do with your products. > Then, you claim these same straps are $100 on my website, > which again, is untrue. The $100 straps on my website have > pin buckles and small holes. These brushed stainless wide > tongue buckles are much higher quality (more expensive) and > the oval holes require more labor, not to mention the cost > of the iWatch hardware. Massdrop users, myself included, check up on whether the prices are genuinely cheaper than elsewhere; this is one of the most common categories of comment on Massdrop. Your website did not then and does not now list the Apple Watch version of the straps. I assumed that they would cost the same as the normal versions. I figured that the cost was mostly for the leather, and that the labor was about the same. If the cost for these is higher, I wasn't aware of that. Perhaps you should add this product to your website at whatever the retail price is, Can you see how a customer checking up on whether the retail price is legitimate could go to your website and be confused? > Finally you post about this drop being "dissapeared" by > massdrop insinuating some kind of conspiracy. 1. Click Watch Community a the top of the page. 2. Click Drops. 3. Click Recommended and drag down to (Sort by) Newest in the menu to the right below the masthead. 4. Scroll down to the Recent Drops section. Continue to scroll until you convince yourself that your Apple Watch strap drop is not listed there. This is where your drop was disappeared. Of course I know that the direct link was still alive, because when I wrote the discusstion comment I had to go there to write it. I'm assuming that due either to a deliberate user interface decision or a software bug, Massdrop does not list in their Recent Drops list drops that have had zero orders.