The day he gets married and hangs up his badge, lawman Will Kane discovers a man he sent to prison years before, Frank Miller, is returning on the noon train to exact his revenge. He decides he must go back and face Miller. and his gang. Alone. At exactly 12:00 p.m., he slaps on his signature black hat and confronts the outlaws with a whole heap load of courage (and some well-timed help from his lovely bride), and emerges victorious.
The twelfth hour that came to embody the time of a decisive ness takes prominence on the High Noon Watch. Back in the late 1800s when the wild west was churning out marshalls and outlaws alike, this watch would have been on a chain and and tucked in a vest pocket. We've taken it's vintage-style charm and given it the modern convenience of a genuine black leather band. Then, we loaded it with precision movement so you won't miss any definitive moments. In a tip of the black fedora-style cowboy hat Kane wore at the showdown, this watch is a cool character in all black.
We aim to please, and the High Noon Watch saves the day in performance, looks and price. A handsome tribute to the importance of taking a stand, even when the odds are against you.