Divers Sixty-Five special edition with the power of Japanese jeans maker Momotaro

The super popular Far East jeans maker Momotaro inspires may young savvy professionals around the globe. This new watch is a steel and bronze version of the iconic Oris Divers Sixty-Five, and comes on an indigo Momotaro denim strap with two white ‘battle stripes’, the denim manufacturer’s famous signature.

Named after a Japanese folklore hero, Momotaro was launched in 2006 by Mr Hisao Manabe. From the outset, Mr Manabe’s vision was clear: no compromise on quality. His denim would use only the finest long-staple cotton, and only deep indigo rope dye to achieve the best possible fade. His workshops would use vintage shuttle looms to create a hand- made feel to the weave, and every detail would be hand-sewn. Mr Manabe wanted to set a new international denim standard.

This specific craftmanship in combination with a fine eye for detail sparks this new partnership with Oris. The stainless steel case, unidirectional rotating bezel with bronze edge with a 40 mm size carries a gradient green dial, hands and indices with Super-LumiNova® ‘Light Old Radium’ Top glass Bubble-curved sapphire, The strap is from Indigo Momotaro denim with two white ‘battle stripes’, water resistance 10 bar (100 m) Movement Oris 733 automatic with 38 hours power reserve. Supplied in a denim travel pouch, rrp € 2.000,-

Tags : Oris
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