The gleam you thought you saw in her eye was maybe just the reflection of a golden flash from your Swiss-Made Perrelet Turbine 007 watch. The gilded dials, numerals, and hands of this luxury timepiece catch light from all angles with the help of two spinning rotors in the case. Jigga Man had his “chain reaction” now you can have your “watch this.” Limited Edition of 888 Pieces.
The Swiss-certified Colt Series from world-class watchmaker Breitling, has been completely re-designed from the ground up. The three stainless steel silhouettes: a chronograph, the sporty 33, and the slightly larger 44mm diameter Colt 44 are all new, sleeker and more durable than ever. Guess that means the one you’ve got now is obsolete or rather classic. Yeah, classic.
There’s nothing really groundbreaking about cycling-specific stretch denim. Although coming from the matchless core cycling brand Rapha, these jeans are certainly the real deal. They’re fast-drying and feature stealth logos and subtle hits of their signature pink stashed inside the cuff.
If the Outer Ring of planet Hoth means nothing to you don’t feel bad. Not everyone has the time to browse Wookiepedia for obscure Star Wars nomenclature. We do. That’s how we know a Wampa is a furry carnivorous critter. Now, Adidas created this fur-covered version of the classic Campus 80 Wampa-style as part of a whole Star Wars shoe series.
This is the most complex timepiece Swiss watchmaker IWC has ever made. It features simultaneous solar time, Sidérale time, and has a perpetual calendar on the back. The rest of the watch’s exhaustive list of premium features is so embarrassingly complex that the only other comment we can make with authority is the fact that it looks cool, too.
Our nation’s math scores may be the laughing stock of the world but we sure do love our statistics. Especially when we’ve got a computer keeping track for us. The Suunto Quest delivers all the workout feedback you could want: heart rate, speed, distance, cadence, laps and more. Everything at your fingertips with this low-key, all black digital training device. And fear not, it tells time, too.
For the past 75 years, Barbour Motorcycle jackets have been the standard by which all other road-worthy wearables are measured. To celebrate the coat’s Dodranscentennial (75 years) Barbour has released the Steve McQueen capsule collection. It includes the belted, waxed Baker Jacket and other various antique-ish chotchkes. If you know McQueen, you care. And even if you don’t, the collection is still wicked.
Based on an original movie prop used in Back to the Future Part II, a modern recreation of Marty McFly’s famous shoe is now on the auction block. Over the course of 10 days, 1500 pairs will be made available. All net proceeds go to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.
The Victorinox Swiss Army Knife watch doesn’t have a tool to remove a splinter, open a bottle of wine, or cut down saplings, but it tells time like a mothereffer. Don’t be fooled by imposter pieces, unless is says Victorinox on the face, it’s not the genuine article.
People love Filson for the brand’s timeless, classic styling and the infinite durability of their products. Buy one and you’ll never need another. But this isn’t the best recipe for repeat business, so they wised up. Now, they’re making everything in black so technically you do have a reason to buy another.