Straps addiction ....

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Straps addiction ....

andrew79
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July 27th, 2012, 4:29 am #1

It's been 2 years now since I bought my first pam (111), and I see my taste on straps has changed over these couple years. When I bought my 111, I was into sleek type looking croco style as I liked business formal attire look .....

Then after I got to know some ristis brothers (indoristis mainly), things started to change... little by little I was introduced to casual looking straps, and it went on spiral LOL..... I was experiencing with length, thickness, number of holes and different leather type.. I come to realize and I know what I love.... with some historical value behind it, and smell of the strap, no doubt people mostly are into ammos straps... I do too... and I know with pam, ammos are the best combo for it... it's my personal opinion only...

Below are some pics of my strapchanging routine and combos... LOL.... I'm hooked....











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July 27th, 2012, 5:03 am #2

keren :D
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July 27th, 2012, 5:05 am #3

It's been 2 years now since I bought my first pam (111), and I see my taste on straps has changed over these couple years. When I bought my 111, I was into sleek type looking croco style as I liked business formal attire look .....

Then after I got to know some ristis brothers (indoristis mainly), things started to change... little by little I was introduced to casual looking straps, and it went on spiral LOL..... I was experiencing with length, thickness, number of holes and different leather type.. I come to realize and I know what I love.... with some historical value behind it, and smell of the strap, no doubt people mostly are into ammos straps... I do too... and I know with pam, ammos are the best combo for it... it's my personal opinion only...

Below are some pics of my strapchanging routine and combos... LOL.... I'm hooked....











Now sell me that Cashmere 26mm

Martin
PAM 162, 360, 372, 380, 390x2
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H2Finally
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July 27th, 2012, 5:42 am #4

It's been 2 years now since I bought my first pam (111), and I see my taste on straps has changed over these couple years. When I bought my 111, I was into sleek type looking croco style as I liked business formal attire look .....

Then after I got to know some ristis brothers (indoristis mainly), things started to change... little by little I was introduced to casual looking straps, and it went on spiral LOL..... I was experiencing with length, thickness, number of holes and different leather type.. I come to realize and I know what I love.... with some historical value behind it, and smell of the strap, no doubt people mostly are into ammos straps... I do too... and I know with pam, ammos are the best combo for it... it's my personal opinion only...

Below are some pics of my strapchanging routine and combos... LOL.... I'm hooked....











Very nice Pamiy! Time for a sub... :P
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July 27th, 2012, 5:44 am #5

It's been 2 years now since I bought my first pam (111), and I see my taste on straps has changed over these couple years. When I bought my 111, I was into sleek type looking croco style as I liked business formal attire look .....

Then after I got to know some ristis brothers (indoristis mainly), things started to change... little by little I was introduced to casual looking straps, and it went on spiral LOL..... I was experiencing with length, thickness, number of holes and different leather type.. I come to realize and I know what I love.... with some historical value behind it, and smell of the strap, no doubt people mostly are into ammos straps... I do too... and I know with pam, ammos are the best combo for it... it's my personal opinion only...

Below are some pics of my strapchanging routine and combos... LOL.... I'm hooked....











Great collection, Andrew. Thanks for sharing. (nt)
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July 27th, 2012, 5:50 am #6

It's been 2 years now since I bought my first pam (111), and I see my taste on straps has changed over these couple years. When I bought my 111, I was into sleek type looking croco style as I liked business formal attire look .....

Then after I got to know some ristis brothers (indoristis mainly), things started to change... little by little I was introduced to casual looking straps, and it went on spiral LOL..... I was experiencing with length, thickness, number of holes and different leather type.. I come to realize and I know what I love.... with some historical value behind it, and smell of the strap, no doubt people mostly are into ammos straps... I do too... and I know with pam, ammos are the best combo for it... it's my personal opinion only...

Below are some pics of my strapchanging routine and combos... LOL.... I'm hooked....
















Nice combo on 232 in the 3rd pic, btw







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July 27th, 2012, 6:34 am #7

It's been 2 years now since I bought my first pam (111), and I see my taste on straps has changed over these couple years. When I bought my 111, I was into sleek type looking croco style as I liked business formal attire look .....

Then after I got to know some ristis brothers (indoristis mainly), things started to change... little by little I was introduced to casual looking straps, and it went on spiral LOL..... I was experiencing with length, thickness, number of holes and different leather type.. I come to realize and I know what I love.... with some historical value behind it, and smell of the strap, no doubt people mostly are into ammos straps... I do too... and I know with pam, ammos are the best combo for it... it's my personal opinion only...

Below are some pics of my strapchanging routine and combos... LOL.... I'm hooked....











Thanks for sharing!
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July 27th, 2012, 7:12 am #8

It's been 2 years now since I bought my first pam (111), and I see my taste on straps has changed over these couple years. When I bought my 111, I was into sleek type looking croco style as I liked business formal attire look .....

Then after I got to know some ristis brothers (indoristis mainly), things started to change... little by little I was introduced to casual looking straps, and it went on spiral LOL..... I was experiencing with length, thickness, number of holes and different leather type.. I come to realize and I know what I love.... with some historical value behind it, and smell of the strap, no doubt people mostly are into ammos straps... I do too... and I know with pam, ammos are the best combo for it... it's my personal opinion only...

Below are some pics of my strapchanging routine and combos... LOL.... I'm hooked....











...how almost everyone who's into Panerai will sooner or later suffer from a strap addiction
I guess it's a way of fueling the passion or something like that. Anyway, nice straps!

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July 27th, 2012, 7:13 am #9






Nice combo on 232 in the 3rd pic, btw







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Jason
Love the two on the right!

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July 27th, 2012, 8:04 am #10

Cheers

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July 27th, 2012, 8:06 am #11

keren :D
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July 27th, 2012, 8:06 am #12

Now sell me that Cashmere 26mm

Martin
PAM 162, 360, 372, 380, 390x2
Cashmere is a must have, so it stays in the collection for now

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July 27th, 2012, 8:07 am #13

Very nice Pamiy! Time for a sub... :P
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July 27th, 2012, 8:07 am #14

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July 27th, 2012, 8:08 am #15

...how almost everyone who's into Panerai will sooner or later suffer from a strap addiction
I guess it's a way of fueling the passion or something like that. Anyway, nice straps!

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July 27th, 2012, 8:08 am #16

Thanks for sharing!
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July 27th, 2012, 8:09 am #17






Nice combo on 232 in the 3rd pic, btw







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July 27th, 2012, 8:31 am #18

It's been 2 years now since I bought my first pam (111), and I see my taste on straps has changed over these couple years. When I bought my 111, I was into sleek type looking croco style as I liked business formal attire look .....

Then after I got to know some ristis brothers (indoristis mainly), things started to change... little by little I was introduced to casual looking straps, and it went on spiral LOL..... I was experiencing with length, thickness, number of holes and different leather type.. I come to realize and I know what I love.... with some historical value behind it, and smell of the strap, no doubt people mostly are into ammos straps... I do too... and I know with pam, ammos are the best combo for it... it's my personal opinion only...

Below are some pics of my strapchanging routine and combos... LOL.... I'm hooked....











Great combos Andrew! : )




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July 27th, 2012, 9:45 am #19

It's been 2 years now since I bought my first pam (111), and I see my taste on straps has changed over these couple years. When I bought my 111, I was into sleek type looking croco style as I liked business formal attire look .....

Then after I got to know some ristis brothers (indoristis mainly), things started to change... little by little I was introduced to casual looking straps, and it went on spiral LOL..... I was experiencing with length, thickness, number of holes and different leather type.. I come to realize and I know what I love.... with some historical value behind it, and smell of the strap, no doubt people mostly are into ammos straps... I do too... and I know with pam, ammos are the best combo for it... it's my personal opinion only...

Below are some pics of my strapchanging routine and combos... LOL.... I'm hooked....











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July 27th, 2012, 10:33 am #20

It's been 2 years now since I bought my first pam (111), and I see my taste on straps has changed over these couple years. When I bought my 111, I was into sleek type looking croco style as I liked business formal attire look .....

Then after I got to know some ristis brothers (indoristis mainly), things started to change... little by little I was introduced to casual looking straps, and it went on spiral LOL..... I was experiencing with length, thickness, number of holes and different leather type.. I come to realize and I know what I love.... with some historical value behind it, and smell of the strap, no doubt people mostly are into ammos straps... I do too... and I know with pam, ammos are the best combo for it... it's my personal opinion only...

Below are some pics of my strapchanging routine and combos... LOL.... I'm hooked....











Love your straps & your buckles!
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