A leather watch is no cheap investment, so once you purchase the classic timepiece, you want to be able to wear it for as long as possible. Daily use can quickly wear down the wrist piece and make the leather band look dull and spotty but before you run back to the store to scoop up yet another watch, it's important to think about the steps you can take at home to breathe new life into the one you already have. That's why we've created a guide on how to clean a leather watch band. It's simple and only requires a few materials you most likely already own. Keep reading for tips and tricks then shop some of our favorite leather watches for fall and winter.