Outerknown Joins Breitling For a New Eco-Minded Superocean Watch

Dressed with a ECONYL-yarn NATO strap.

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Esteemed Swiss luxury watch maker Breitling has linked up once again with sustainability-minded apparel label Outerknown and its founder Kelly Slater to create a new Superocean model as well as an eco-friendly collection of NATO straps designed to accompany any Breitling you may have.

The collaborative Superocean comes in a 44mm stainless steel case with a matte green unidirectional bezel surrounding a dial in the same tone. The watch is powered by the brand’s very own Caliber 17 self-winding movement, which holds a power reserve of 38 hours. Completing the look is a khaki green Outerknown NATO strap constructed with ECONYL yarn, a material made from repurposed nylon waste taken from the ocean. The strap itself forms part of a larger collection of ECONYL straps that Outerknown have designed for Breitling, coming in a variety of colors from orange or red to blue or grey, with sizes ranging from 18mm to 24mm.

For those interested, the Breitling Superocean Automatic 44 Outerknown is now available at select Breitling retailers, going for $4,200 USD. Head over to the official site to learn more now.

Elsewhere in watches, HODINKEE has joined Montblanc for a limited edition 1858 Monopusher.

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