GORILLA OUTLAW DRIFT
Bridging past to future. The Outlaw Drift captures the vibrant design spirit of the 1970s, infused with the Gorilla signature design vocabulary.
Interlocking flush in a series of dynamic curves, the mirror-polished concave bezel, and radial brushed case, are full-sculpted of grade 5 titanium and fastened by four corner allen head bolts.
Pacific blue anodized aluminum flange and star satellites carry the hand-laid luminescent numerals and subdivisions, creating subtle contrast against the NAC plated snail milled baseplate.
The retro-futurist tonneau silhouette of the Outlaw Drift is further emphasized by the perfectly tangent rubber & Cordura™ hybrid strap.
The Outlaw Drift wandering hours was born of team collaboration with world-leading Swiss movement manufacturer, Vaucher Manufacture Fleurier. Together Gorilla and Vaucher rose to the challenge of designing, engineering and manufacturing a new class of complication bearing the technical and emotional attributes reserved to high watchmaking.
The proprietary Gorilla G-5238 wandering hours module is a contemporary reinterpretation of a 17th-century horologic mechanism, housed in a uniquely sculpted blend of high-performance materials, purposefully assembled in a sequence and designed to augment the user experience.
The Outlaw Drift is a limited edition of 250 pieces intended accessible to a new generation of watch collectors.