The Seiko SNA411 Flightmaster has an odd 21mm lug width, and ridiculously short lugs, but that didn't stop me from accumulating quite a few straps to play with.
Like everything in life, some straps are more liked than others, and I find myself alternating between three of them. The bright yellow Archer strap is the perfect one for making a bold fashion statement, or for just lifting my mood when the weather turn to dark and gloomy.
The dark espresso brown leather strap from Ritche is the one I used for most during this winter because I liked how it slowly aged and added character to the Flightmaster.
But the Strapcode mesh is the one I use when I want to upscale the look of my SNA411. It goes very well with dress shirts at work and is dead easy to resize on the fly. The Flightmaster is far from being perfect but it's the watch with which I'm probably having the most fun when changing straps.
I never worn the Flightmaster on its original bracelet because one look at it and I went meh. I also tried the NDC strap and decided it was inferior to the Erika's Originals MN strap, which I also don't use a lot because it became too cliché. The mesh will serve me for now until I'll get bored and try something else.
I'm a big fan of watches that are interesting because they are either unique, have interesting features, well designed or simply offer a great value for their price.
Looks good on the mesh! Is that the Milanese or the Superfine?
It's the Milanese. I had a previous and disastrous experience with the curved 21mm Volmer mesh but I can recommend the straight mesh from Strapcode.