A-11 Camo X The Rifle
The A-11 Camo X The Rifle is a limited edition in collaboration with Andrew Biggio - author & owner of The Rifle. This A-11 is meant to honor the Heroes of the Pacific - too often forgotten.
"The Rifle" originally refers to an M1 Garand Service Rifle with which Andrew would visit & talk with WW2 veterans. Being the standard issue rifle of the time, each veteran has had an experience with it. Andrew's M1 has now become iconic as it is covered in signatures from all of the WW2 veterans that he has met.
The A-11 Camo take inspiration from the M1 Garand through its steel case that features a distinct "gun" plating that tries to match the original plating of the M1's Barrel.
For the dial, we directly inspired ourselves from the M1942 "Frog Skin" camouflage that the US Marines Corps used during the Pacific Campaign in South-East Asia. Featuring Swiss Super-Luminova, the watch will perform extremely well in low-light conditions with easy & durable legibility.
Each A-11 Camo is equipped with a P024 Swiss Automatic movement & will come either with a "The Rifle" book or, a direct donation to support Andrew Biggio & his incredible work with the Vets.
A unique design to honor US Marines in the Pacific
38 MM SPECS
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316L Stainless Steel with M1 Garand Gun plating
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Double Dome Sapphire Crystal
Swiss Made Automatic Soprod P024
Thanks to our expertise & quality materials your watch will require very little day-to-day care. You can help preserve its lustre by washing the case and bracelet from time to time using soapy water and a soft brush. Before cleaning your watch, always ensure that the winding crown is properly pushed down to guarantee waterproofness.
The A-11 Camo X The Rifle
The A-11 Camo X The Rifle is a limited edition in collaboration with Andrew Biggio - author & owner of The Rifle. This A-11 is meant to honor the Heroes of the Pacific - too often forgotten. The A-11 Camo takes inspiration from the M1 Garand & US Marines WW2 “Frogskin” camo as an homage to the Pacific campaign.