UNDEFEATED Recruits Tudor for Friends and Family Black Bay Watch

Limited to just 50 units.

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UNDEFEATED has followed up its recent Nike Air Max 97 and Modello Modello Uno Diving Watch collaborations by revealing a new friends and family release. For the new arrival, UNDEFEATED has partnered with Tudor to create a limited-edition take on the Black Bay model.

Limited to just 50 units, the classic Black Bay watch has been finished with a number of UNDEFEATED design touches. The stand-out feature is the label’s “Five Strike” logo in white, which contrasts against the watch’s black dial and dark blue bezel.

UNDEFEATED’s unexpected Tudor collaboration is limited to just 50 units, each of which will be given to select UNDEFEATED team members and friends of the brand, complete with a unique serial number and the recipient’s name on the back.

For more watches, take a look at BAIT’s Initial D-themed collaboration with G-SHOCK.

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