It doesn’t matter where you’re headed off to, 1 pair of shoes is never enough for the trip. Instead of taking up all the space in your luggage with heavy, hard-to-pack shoes, clip a pair of these foldable, packable Radler Trail Camp shoes to your bag and hit the road. Made of water-repellent ripstop and recycled rubber with a fleece liner, they’ll lighten your load without cramping your style.
The slightly over-sized, black titanium Porsche Design P’6520 tells the time with incredible style. But that’s not all. It also points you in the right direction. Beneath the flip top, 3-hand face hides a liquid compass. Staying on track and on time is easy with this on your wrist.
In the visual arts, Dennis Hopper was an American icon. Actually, more like iconoclast. Influential in film, photography, and the underground art world, Hopper’s work spans decades. Before this colorful old bastard kicked the bucket he designed a line with Vans that includes cool shoes and a whole array of signature apparel. Pay your respects to his amazing career by buying his stuff at Urban Outfitters.
There was an episode of the Brady Bunch where the whole family got locked in an empty jail cell. They tied all their shoestrings and belts together, fashioning a lasso to snag the key hanging outside. If Mike had this survival belt on, hand-tied from over 100-feet of 550 Parachute cord, he could’ve snagged the key without insisting that Alice remove her pantyhose. Even though that was the best part.
Before you find yourself standing around in a pair of yellow foam clogs with a name that rhymes with Cocks, consider your alternatives. These leather thong sandals are handcrafted in Israel by Apolis through a unique philanthropic partnership with global artisans. Made by humans with recycled and traditional materials, not foam.
If you buy link- or French-cuff shirts, you are obviously going for looks that kill. Why not take it a step further by popping a bullet through your buttonhole. These handmade cufflinks feature the heads of spent brass bullet shells on a traditional silver link. You can even send the artist your own shells from a special hunt or shooting competition and he’ll make you a custom set. Bang!
It doesn’t get much more classic than the Adidas Stan Smith. It’s the best selling tennis shoe in the history of Sneakerdom. That’s because the design is simple and solid. For forty years this ubiquitous classic has been re-styled in a rainbow of colorways and artist editions, as well as the O.G. white and green. These new suede joints feature fresh colors, metal eyelets, perforated 3-stripe, contrast stitching and other subtle style upgrades.
Drift Eyewear out of Chicago has got wood. Their unique sunglass designs are made with your choice of walnut, maple or bamboo bows. By using this natural, renewable resource and donating to 1% For The Planet, wearing a pair of Drift shades won’t just look good, it’ll feel good, too. So, wood you?
You’re getting pretty long in the tooth if you remember playing Space Invaders. If you’re completely clueless, it was a groundbreaking video game created back in 1978. For those in the know, you’ve now reached middle-age, that magical stage of life when you can afford a Romain Jerome timepiece, yet still have a sense of humor. You have arrived.
Dirty South rappers and brainless son-of-the-founder CEOs really love a big, gold chronograph because they never have to be anywhere on time. But for the rest of us, who want to know the time without pulling out a phone, this low-key analog watch from Nixon will do the trick. No purple drink or country club membership needed here, just a wrist and a healthy respect for punctuality.