The nomadic ragged strap has been introduced as the new Apple Watch band

After the official announcement of the Apple Watch Series 6 and the launch of two new bands, Nomad will now step in with a new release of its own. As one of its most durable accessories to date, the new Nomad Rugged Strap brings a blend of Vulcanized FKM rubber and stainless steel hardware with a nice color design to your Apple Watch. Go down for a closer look at all the details and new accessories.

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Nomadic Apple accessories are quite synonymous with leather, especially in the Apple Watch department but for its latest debut, the brand is digging for more premium ingredients for a more durable item. The newly aptly named ragged strap features a “soft yet strong fluorolastomer” with a breathable rib design. This makes it ideal for more intense workouts and other outdoor events, also, FKM material cannot withstand damage from high temperatures, sunlight or chemicals.

The more modern design supports the all-black look and is complemented by your matching hardware, or some extra contrasting stainless steel variant. Like all existing Apple Watch bands, Nomad’s new Ragged Strap is only compatible with every wearable version, including the announced Series 6 and SE.

Pastor’s latest addition enters with a stabilization of its Apple products . 49.95 The price tag Rugged Strap is now available from the brand’s official online site and comes in both 44/42mm and 40/38mm versions, depending on whether you’re swinging the Apple Watch.

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Given that the new nomadic ragged strap is compatible with what you’re offering for the official band, not every owner will look for an Apple Watch to choose from. But for outdoor enthusiasts and anyone else looking for a more stable solution that actually looks quite smooth to look at, the nomadic look can do more than just leather for a premium accessory.

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