Do Milanese straps breathe better than traditional metal ones?
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    Do Milanese straps breathe better than traditional metal ones?

    I would like to wear them more, if they did.
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    Re: Do Milanese straps breathe better than traditional metal ones?

    Yes. The good ones like Staib are great in the summer/heat IMHO.
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    Re: Do Milanese straps breathe better than traditional metal ones?

    If you get an open mesh style one then “yes”.

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    Re: Do Milanese straps breathe better than traditional metal ones?

    I think they do. Especially since they arent as thick as standard SS bracelets.


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    Re: Do Milanese straps breathe better than traditional metal ones?

    Yes. Built in ventilation. I don’t own one anymore but very comfortable.


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    Re: Do Milanese straps breathe better than traditional metal ones?

    Yes.
    No.
    Maybe.
    Maybe not.
    Depends on thickness and density. The Staib mesh with a thickness of 4,8mm falls into category „No“.
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    Re: Do Milanese straps breathe better than traditional metal ones?

    Quote Originally Posted by stuffler,mike View Post
    Yes.
    No.
    Maybe.
    Maybe not.
    Depends on thickness and density. The Staib mesh with a thickness of 4,8mm falls into category „No“.
    My thinking, too. A loosely woven model like many shark meshes can breathe better than a typical bracelet, but tightly woven versions may not be any better, at all.

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