Soft & supple, this heavyweight fatigue coat made of imported Japanese canvas looks and feels like it already did a tour of duty in the Pacific theater. No break-in-period needed. Right off the rack, it’ll feel like an old favorite. Hidden zip and brushed twill liner. Ready for combat any day of the week.
In our logo-stamped, over-branded world, it can be tough to keep things clean & simple. Nikes are dope. No doubt about it, but sometimes the swoosh is overpowering. Not the case with these low-key, re-released 70s Tennis Classics. They’re practically anti-Swoosh with their stealth styling. Super mellow.
The story behind this incredible collection from iconic Swiss watchmaker, Raymond Weil, is steeped in European tradition. 20 years ago, Weil launched the Parsifal collection – an elegant & stylistic homage to Wagner’s finest opera based on an Arthurian legend. Now in 2010, the legendary collection is being updated and relaunched in the grand tradition of the Old World. Fine metals, gems, pink gold – this collection is thoroughly refined & sophisticated. Sounds like you, doesn’t it?
While every other consumer product on the market – yes, every – is looking backward, going retro, etc., it’s refreshing to see something so futuristic from classic American watchmakers, Hamilton. Bucking the nostalgia trend, Hamilton delivers the ODC-X02 – a triple-time keeping, space-age titanium timepiece that is sure to start conversations wherever you and your wrist may go.
An original pair of Steve McQueen’s custom Persol 714 glasses just went for 70-grand at auction. Seriously. That’s a steep price to pay just to look cool – even if you want to look like the coolest dude in Hollywood history. Luckily, Italian shadecrafters, Persol, is re-releasing the McQueen model – a collapsible acetate frame complete with blue lenses. Classic style.
This is how a collab is supposed to work. Two legacy brands sharing a common sense, get together, and something sick goes down. Vans originals have been the same since ’66 and need no update. Same goes for the classic Brooks saddle. The two teamed-up to create a limited edition combo kit: A pair of Brooks-inspired leather Vans & a Van’s-inspired etched leather Brooks saddle. Crypto!
If a war happens to break out at the dive bar, the nightclub, or even while you’re walking the beach with your date – you’ll be ready for combat. Military styling & refined detailing, like a satin lining, will make you feel like an officer even if you’re just a private in training. At ease, soldier.
Look closely, these watches from upstart-brand Mica, are made of wood. Not since the Golden Age of the Bavarian cuckoo clock has a wooden timepiece looked so cool. Mica offers four models carved from 100% maple. You better get one before the termites do.
This fall, hiking boots will be at the peak of fashion – mostly in places where there are no mountains. But, in or out of the urban wilderness, these Buttero Italian hikers will keep you ahead of the troops. With features like full grain, vegetable-tanned leather uppers, metal eyes and a real Vibram sole – Buttero’s are more than just chic, they’re classic.
Old is the new new…or something like that. Action sports timekeepers, Nixon has created a fresh collection of watches designed with a finish that rubs off from wear and tear, giving each timepiece a unique look as it ages. Four Gunship styles are available & ready for active duty, including a burly chronograph and 3 other Japanese quartz-driven, analog models.