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10 Nylon-Strap Watches for Every Day

Nylon straps let you have some fun with your accessories.
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When it's steamy out, you're probably trying to wear as little clothing as possible. And when you're sporting only a T-shirt and shorts, accessories are really only the way to make your look stand out. A nylon strap watch is the perfect way to do this; it's inherently more casual, and you have colorful options and prints to choose from. Plus, the lighter band won't suffocate your wrist. Here are some of the coolest ones to get.

Skagen Signatur Nylon Strap Watch

A light olive green color adds some character. 

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Nixon Porter Nylon Strap Watch

Nixon's nylon pick looks especially good near the beach. 

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MVMT Onyx

MVMT's polished shape and monochrome coloring makes it super versatile and great for a night out.

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Tommy Hilfiger Casual Sport Slim Watch

Embrace the nostalgia with this classic Tommy pick. 

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Todd Snyder The Blackjack Watch

The new Todd Snyder x Timex collaboration is the gift that keeps giving.

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Citizen Men's Strap

Citizen makes a ton of bracelet watches, but its nylon picks shouldn't be overlooked. This military-inspired one is a great casual alternative. 

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Emporio Armani Men's Chronograph Luigi Nylon Strap Watch

Armani's nylon watch is simple, but easy to wear with everything.

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Timex Waterbury Chronograph

Timex is king of casual watches, and this vintage-feeling one is a very cool option. 

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Tissot Swiss Everytime Blue Synthetic NATO Fabric Strap

A white face and navy strap is an easy addition to every outfit.

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Gucci Le Marche Des Merveilles Nylon

Gucci's signature roaring lion is maximalist detailing at its best. 

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This story originally appeared on Esquire.com.

* Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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