6 Best Garmin Fenix 6x Pro Bands That You Can Buy

Namrata Gogoi

If you have been using the Garmin's Fenix 6X Pro smartwatch or planning to buy one, you must know that this outdoor watch packs a punch with features like maps, music player, and long battery life. The design is minimal and yet stylish, and the dark metallic bezel adds to the aesthetics of this smartwatch. However, if you are bored of the stock band and want to up the look of your smartwatch, it's time you switched to a different watch band.

Top Best Garmin Fenix 6 Pro Bands That You Can Buy fenix 6x Pro

The Garmin Fenix 6X Pro comes with QuickFit 22 watch bands by default, and they are pretty great. If you want to change the look or switch to a more colorful option, there are quite a few third-party watch bands out there.

These third-party watch bands cost a lot less than the default band of the Garmin Fenix 6x Pro, and at the same time, brings a comfortable look to the table (oops, your wrist).

So if you are looking for Garmin Fenix 6x Pro bands, here are our recommendations for the best ones. But before you get to that, have a look at these,

1. Abanen Silicone Watch Band

Abanen Silicone Watch Band

If you want a breathable silicon band, then the Abanen Silicone watch band fits the description. This band has several perforations that enable easy sweat evaporation. At the same time, the standard watch buckle ensures that you do not lose your watch. More importantly, this watch band is a stunner, and the black metal buckles uplift the look.

However, the band doesn't have any size selection, and the default size is good for wrists that measure around 5.5 to 8.7-inches in circumference.

Last but not least, this Abaned band is affordable and costs less than $15.

2. Notocity Watch Band

Notocity Watch Band

The Notocity Watch Band brings a dual color tone to the table. While it may not have as many perforations as the watch band above, the holes are wide enough to allow breathability. It has a more flexible material compared to the stock band, making it easy to adjust. In short, it's comfortable to wear.

Installation is a pain-free process and doesn't require any tools. You need to fix it to the ends of the watch, and that's about it.

So far, the Notocity Watch Band has earned good praises from its user base, with people appreciating the product quality, easy installation process, and comfort.

3. Abanen Loop

Abanen Loop

If comfort is your priority, then Abanen's nylon loop is the one for you. Compared to silicone bands, nylon bands are comfortable to wear, owing to the breathability of the material and the flexibility. Abanen's band is a loop and has velcro at the end for fastening. That said, the velcro strips are solid and do not loosen. More importantly, it's comfortable to wear

As per some users, the nylon is soft and is stretchable to some extent. The latter ensures that you can wear it to your gym without needing to loosen the straps. Your wrists tend to sweat and stretch as you work out. So the watch band needs to handle that.

The band carries a rave of reviews from its user base for its stretchability and comfort. Plus, the fact that you can take it off easily is the cherry on top. It's not without its limitations. For example, it comes only in one size.

4. LeiOu Woven Nylon Strap

LeiOu Woven Nylon Strap

One of the advantages of the LeiOu nylon band is that it comes in two sizes. For now, you can select between Small and Large sizes. The latter comes to the picture of you have a thick wrist.

This nylon band for the Garmin Fenix 6x Pro shares a few features with the Abanen nylon loop, such as the material, look, and fastening mechanism.

Aside from that, it's a simple loop band. It's available in four colors.

5. Trumirr Leather Strap

Trumirr Leather Strap

If you want an elegant look on your hand for the occasional formal dinner or get-together, then you might want to look at the leather strap by Trumirr. It has double stitches running the length of the straps, and it helps to uplift the overall look. Plus, the black metallic buckle matches the bezels of the Garmin Fenix 6x Pro watch.

Like a traditional watch strap, you get the basic features such as evenly-placed holes and bands to hold the extra length. Besides that, the installation process is simple and doesn't need any additional tools.

It's popular on Amazon, and people like it for its construction and the comfort it brings to the table. That said, you might want to revisit your options if your wrists sweat excessively.

It may cost a little more than its counterparts above, but it justifies the price tag with its sharp looks.

6. Garmin QuickFit 22 Watch Band

Garmin QuickFit 22 Watch Band

Last but not least, we have the in-house Garmin QuickFit 22 Watch Band. Compared to the one above, it's a tad expensive. But since it's an in-house product, you don't have to worry about the fit. Also, it has a solid build, and several users have backed this claim. The nylon is easy on the skin, which adds to the comfort.

Unlike typical nylon bands, this one doesn't have velcro at the ends. Instead, it resembles traditional watch bands with buckles. On a positive note, this band is a looker.

Dress Up Your SmartWatch

Smartwatches like the Garmin Fenix 6x Pro are durable and last a long time. Hence, it makes sense to dress them up in different colors to give them a new look once in a while. If you work out regularly in the gym, then nylon bands like the Abanen Loop will be the best ones for you. It's a breathable band, and the quick-drying feature is the cherry on top.

However, before pressing the Buy button, double-check the watch size. And it's always a better idea to measure your wrist's circumference.


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Namrata loves writing about products and gadgets. She has been working for Guiding Tech since 2017 and has around three years of experience writing features, how-tos, buying guides, and explainers. Previously she worked as an IT Analyst at TCS, but she found her calling elsewhere.