The Trunk Club is an online style site that works like a personal stylist; helping you build a functional, stylish wardrobe by selecting & shipping you clothes to try on & then keep if you like them. Trunk Club has now teamed up with Esquire Magazine on a limited collection of seasonal garments from brands like AG, Barbour, Vince, & Billy Reid.
Even if you have no clue that John John Florence is the greatest surfer to come along in a generation, you’ll appreciate the clever fold-up design of his signature shades from Spy Optic. This classic Wayfarer-style frame also features Spy’s Happy Lens tech. It blocks out bad UV rays, but allows healthy, long wave blue rays to reach you.
Even while out for a run, what you really want to do is stare at a screen & absorb more data, right? This Smartwatch indulges your desire. As long as your phone is somewhere on your person, it will deliver data from your favorite fitness apps right to your wrist.
Most of us just ask, “where’s the hose at?” when our sneakers get dirty. But if you put them in the washing machine they’ll get much cleaner. This mesh polyester bag is made for doing just that. Actually, you can use it in the dryer, too. So stop all that messing around with the hose.
This is Breitling’s newest release in their classic Unitime Series. The Transocean Unitime Pilot in the all-black steel model is limited to a 1000 piece production run and features a unique worldtime mechanism. With 24 global time zones to choose from, you simply twist the crown to your chosen city for accurate date & time anywhere in the world, at a glance.
Nike is playing catch up for a change. After seeing the success of barefoot runners from competitors like New Balance, Merrell, and Vivo, the mighty Swoosh is jumping into the barefoot game with the Hyperfeel. The ultra-minimalist Flyknit upper uses Flywire for support, but it’s basically a sock with an outsole attached. Or as they say, “a direct extension” of the runner’s foot.
Paying homage to World War 2 era British codebreakers, this new chrono from Bremont uses actual parts from Britain’s once secretive Bletchley Park Government Code and Cipher School. The rotor of the watch is made from the wheel of an original Enigma cipher machine, while the crown is inset with a piece of pine taken from the floor of the fabled wartime facility.
Jason Markk makes sneaker products like cleaners & brushes to keep your kicks looking fresh. He teamed up with London’s foremost sneaker shop Footpatrol to create this limited-edition FP X JM branded cleaning kit. It includes a 4oz. bottle of cleaner & walnut handle brush that feature custom artwork & packaging.
Most would agree that an update to Red Wing’s iconic 875 & 877 model boots would be a travesty. But this update works. All that Red Wing has done is return to the original materials: the leather and eyelets they used when the two styles were introduced over 50 years ago. The boots’ shape, sole, and upper were left perfectly alone.