HIRSCH artisan upper skins combined with Premium Caoutchouc – is the proven best raw material for long-lasting active watch straps. HIRSCH is raising the bar with exceptional new standards in terms of functionality, comfort, aesthetics & longevity with the HIRSCH performance watch strap collection.


  • 300m Water-Resistant 

  • Long Life

  • Pro Skin

  • Moisture & Vapor System

  • Sauna-Tested

  • Soft & Flexible


The straps are the perfect marriage of traditional leather craftsmanship and cutting-edge strap technology. The special geometry and superior groove structure ensure constant ventilation for the wrist. Moisture that develops can quickly evaporate, ensuring a high level of comfort and maximum freedom of movement.  

The range of performance styles extends from sporty and dynamic to classic, so the wearer can choose from a wide range to suit their watch. 


Luxury watch manufacturers confirm that HIRSCH Premium Caoutchouc is the best raw material for functional straps. The special geometry and superior grooves at the heart of the caoutchouc ensure moisture is wicked away and the skin itself regulates the temperature under the bracelet. 


Whether it's for everyday wear or sports activity, HIRSCH Performance straps are flexible, sturdy and robust and therefore are guaranteed for 30 months from the date of purchase. 

Wearing Comfort

The pleasantly soft, stretchy combination of leather and caoutchouc fits the wrist perfectly, even in the toughest conditions, ensuring that HIRSCH Performance straps are extremely comfortable to wear. 


Classic leather, combined with the best material for functional straps. The HIRSCH Performance Collection is synonymous with an attractive appearance, design expertise and the functionality that is associated with premium HIRSCH quality. 

Watch Band Measuring Quick Guide

How To Find Your Watch Band Size

Watch band or watch strap size is determined by the width of the band end that attaches to the watch. If you already have a leather band for the watch in question, you can check the back to see if it has a size imprint, shown in millimeters. Otherwise, you will need to find the lug width (distance between the inside of the lugs on the watch head). You can easily measure it yourself in one of the below three ways. 


measuring watch band width

Rounding: Rule of thumb for a replacement watch band is that it’s better for the watch band to be tight rather then loose. If you need to round your measurement, rounding up is usually your best bet. A leather, rubber or nylon watch strap can be slightly flexible to fit.

Watch Band Conversion Chart (Inches to Millimeters): 
1/4" 5/16" 11/32" 3/8" 7/16" 15/32" 1/2" 9/16" 19/32" 5/8" 21/32" 11/16" 3/4" 25/32" 7/8" 15/16" 1" 1 1/8" 1 3/16"
6mm 8mm 9mm 10mm 11mm 12mm 13mm 14mm 15mm 16mm 17mm 18mm 19mm 20mm 22mm 24mm 26mm 28mm 30mm

Watch Band Conversion Chart (Inches to Millimeters): 




NOTE: Before printing, uncheck any “fit to page” or scaling options in order for the gauge to print accurately to size. 


How To Find Your Watch Band Length


Method 1: Measure An Existing Strap that fits your watch with a ruler to determine the length. When measuring, only measure the material parts of the strap, do not include the buckle.

Method 2: Finding Length From Scratch
1) Find yourwrist size by wrapping a tape measure or a piece of string around your wrist. Mark where the two ends meet then lay the thread out flat on a ruler and measure the distance. Find your watch head size by using a ruler or check the manufacturer for information.

2) Minus yourwatch head measurement from your wrist size measurement. This will give you the total watch band length needed.Important Note: Not all watch bands are manufactured in every length, and most metal watch bands are adjustable, so choose the size closest to your size or go longer.


Still have questions? View our full length measuring guide by clicking on the link below.