Shinola Canfield 43mm Leather Watch

Shinola Canfield 43mm Leather Watch
Shinola Canfield 43mm Leather Watch
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Canfield 43mm Leather Watch by Shinola
Though smartphones are undeniably convenient, the thought of depending on one as a timepiece is admittedly less than classic. Instead, take a look at the Shinola Canfield 43mm Leather Watch. Shinola arrives unapologetically biased towards classic men's watches from the middle of the last century, and its Canfield 43mm, like each of the brand's exquisite designs, oozes timeless charm from its sapphire crystal face to its leather strap. Shinola builds each of its timepieces by hand in its Detroit headquarters and cuts corners nowhere during construction. Far from just a frilly accessory, the Canfield was bred to withstand the rigors of everyday use, with a stainless steel face and water-resistant design that will keep you on-time for a lifetime of engagements.

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SKU: SNH000R
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