Blancier Desert Wolf
This is an interesting looking watch.
"A lot of watchmaking is aspirational. Since the 1700s, watchmakers have wanted to create simulacrum of the items that explorers, engineers, and soldiers carried into their daily scrum for dandies on the boulevard who ascribed a sense of romance to their professions. That’s why watch collectors love war watches. They basically allow folks who may have never been to war to feel like they own something that could survive in the thick of things or, more valuable still, items that actually saw fighting." crunchgear