June 11, 2020 2 min read

The ISOfrane collection has remained relatively unchanged since we became a stockist some time ago and so this update was welcomed with open arms. The three new colours hit some key trends in the watch market that the core collection was missing out on.

The first of the three new colours that we will take a look at is the Anthracite. All three of these new ISOfrane colours have been available for a little while now and we can safely say that the Anthracite colour is a hit. We paired this colour with the Tudor Pelagos which some of you might know if made from Titanium. The dark grey in the watch is complemented nicely by the Anthracite ISOfrane watch strap. As with all of these new ISOfrane straps, you can get them in 20mm or 22mm lug width options and a choice of ISOfrane buckle.

It is no secret that Grey watch straps are a popular choice right now and ISOfrane have reacted in the best way by delivering the Light Grey colour. We paired it with this Doxa Sub 300 because the strap is as good a colour match to the dial as you will find. You could do the same with a silver dial watch or fit it to a black dial watch for contrast. As with all of the ISOfrane straps, it is long enough for most people to wear over a wetsuit and has plenty of holes to chose from for maximum comfort.

On to the True Blue... bringing a bit more blue to the ISOfrane range won't do anyone any harm. This blue is better for those looking for something a bit more vivid than the current blue which can be a bit dark for some. We fitted it to the new latest Omega Seamaster Professional and although the colour match is not as perfect as the light grey combo, it still complements the watch nicely. Those of you that have tried ISOfrane watch straps before will be all too familiar with the amazing vanilla scent that comes from a fresh strap, you can't beat it.

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