1450 21 50-18-SB

Hirsch MARINER Water-Resistant Leather Watch Strap in BLACK

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  • $65.00
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The Mariner's signature is its finish; a wax-coating atop traditional saddle leather creates a surface with a pleasingly velvet-like texture, while also providing the strap with water resistance, making it an excellent multipurpose diving strap. The look is completed with rectangular padding and parallel contrast stitching, making for a modern, bold accent to an otherwise traditional leather strap.

Please note: Any watches pictured are for illustration purposes only and are not included.


Straps may vary slightly from those pictured.


Upper Layer: Wax-Coated Calfskin Leather
Lower Layer: Diving Glove leather lining
Water resistance: Up to 100m
Warranty: 12 months
Part №: 1450 21 50



  • ×1 Hirsch Mariner watch strap
  • ×1 Hirsch H-Active Buckle
  • ×2 Loops/Keepers
  • ×2 Quick-Release Spring Bars


Watch End


Buckle End





18mm16mm4.5mm2.4mmL - 120mm/80mm
20mm18mm5.0mm2.4mmL - 120mm/80mm
22mm20mm5.5mm2.4mmL - 120mm/80mm
24mm22mm6.0mm2.4mmL - 120mm/80mm



Min Combined Length 


Max Combined Length


≈ 130≈ 180




Using the menu above, you can optionally add a Hirsch Sport deployment clasp to your purchase (for compatible straps) in a either silver or gold tone. Additional costs as indicated.


A deployment clasp adds quick-release functionality to your watch strap for added convenience.

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VERY NICE QUALITY STRAP - The first Hirsch strap I purchased and I don't think I'll be using any other brand (except maybe watch obsessions own brand!) Comfortable, looks good on my Seiko and the water resistance to 100m is an added bonus. Does have me wondering what all the other Hirsch straps are rated to. The ones I've bought all say water resistant, but the Mariner is the only one I've seen with a depth rating.