New from Timex and architect Nigel Cabourn, here we have an enchanting and thoroughly examined “Referee Watch,” intended to honor the “beautiful game” Cabourn thus numerous others grew up playing.
Cabourn, for the unenlightened, is a British originator who has been delivering apparel enlivened by history, vintage military clothing, outside and workwear pieces for more than 40 years. There’s an unassuming and calm streak to his plans that you could nearly consider as a more refined kind of streetwear, by a person who has a decades in length bounce on that specific pattern.
Timex and Nigel Cabourn Referee Watch
- Case Material: Stainless steel
- Dial: Red and cream
- Dimensions: 40mm
- Crystal: Acrylic
- Water Resistance: 50 meters
- Crown: fluted push/pull crown
- Movement: Quartz
- Strap/bracelet: Black cowhide; multi-striped nylon
- Price: $162
- Expected Release: Available now
The watch is a basic quartz piece, 40mm in size, and its key plan component is the dial that has ¾ of its surface zone shut out to connote the entry of 45 minutes, the time allotted to every a large portion of a soccer coordinate. There’s a long history or referee’s chronographs that have been presented for this reason, yet a period just piece with this dial design is to some degree exceptional (and for this situation, absolutely stylish), and it honors a game that is frequently addressed in attire, frill, and watches in undeniably more obvious ways.
This watch has a ton of appeal, and the dial is truly top notch. The textual style utilized for the Arabic numerals is spotless and current, and the shade of red picked is light in shading (it’s nearly peach) and complements the cream dial and dark lash (with cowhide from S.B. Foot Tanning Co.) that it ships with totally consummately. It likewise comes with a striped nylon lash and a “army repairing kit” pouch.
The Referee Watch from Timex and Nigel Cabourn is accessible online from Nigel Cabourn. Additionally, the watch will be accessible at the Nigel Cabourn Army Gym London in Covent Garden; Cabourn stores; select retailers in Japan, Asia and Canada; and from menswear retailer END. Clothing. Nigel Cabourn