Bulova watches hold a special place in the hearts of many men and women for a lot of different reasons. They look good. They perform well. They're historic (they've been to the moon!). Most importantly, the price tag attached was still affordable enough that they became gifts for birthdays, holidays, and graduations for many. In the WWII era, Bulova produced a number of military-themed commercial watches, including the Air Warden. J. Crew ripped Bulova's Air Warden straight out the 40s with this exclusive release that features a 38 1/2mm Stainless case, canvas and leather strap and a Miyota 1L45 movement. The dial has been changed slightly with luminescent numbers and hands, but the overall look and feel is still decidedly vintage.
Right now, a good percentage of you reading this are probably wearing jeans that bear the iconic Levi's patch, and some of you might even be wearing one of their trucker jackets. They're both such iconic products that sometimes we forget that Levi's even makes things other than the components for a great Canadian tuxedo. ... continue reading
Thanks to modern technology, we've lost touch with our music. We've waved goodbye to sound quality and owning our favorite albums. To fix this, get a turntable. Then sign up for Vinyl Me, Please. Every month they'll send you exclusive pressings of albums worthy of your time. Each comes with original 12" x 12" album-inspired art and a custom cocktail pairing. Past selections have included 'Lost In The Dream' from War on Drugs and many others. Sign up now and start with an exclusive pressing of Father John Misty's latest. It's like Record Store Day with free delivery and no lines. ... check it out
Everyone knows that Red Wing makes some of the best boots on the market. For over 100 years, the brand has been making uncompromising footwear for people who actually need work boots. We're talking tradesman, miners, farmers and guys in industries that existed long before computers were a thing. The boots were built ... continue reading
Filson has been making some of the most rugged, durable gear for over a century, but the one thing they've never tackled before is the watch. In order to produce their first collection, they teamed up with Shinola for movements and hand-assembly in their state-of-the-art Detroit facility. What's all that mean for you? ... continue reading
The foresty green, brown and tan leather accented Thrive hat from Tinlid Hat Co. looks good enough in its own right to justify the $25 price tag, but there are some hidden details that definitely sweeten the deal. Depending on your perspective, those details really come down to two things: the Tinlid original side ... continue reading
In case it wasn't already clear, we're big fans of accessories. There are a lot of cool men's bracelets on the markets these days, but the leather strap bracelet will always be one of our favorites. There's just something about a double-wrapped strap of brown leather that will always be classic in our minds. Our latest ... continue reading
Under Armour is a name you've definitely heard before, but the "performance apparel" manufacturer has a whole new product that combines a lot of different features from some of our favorite projects. There are people that would tell you the coolest feature of this new shoe, the Fat Tire GTX, is the Wild Gripper outsole ... continue reading
Two years ago, adidas released a running shoe that got everything right. It was lightweight, flexible, and innovative in the way it returned energy with every step. Now adidas wants to one-up the Boost with the release of the Ultra Boost, and they claim it's the greatest running shoe they've ever made. The new running ... continue reading
Smartwatches can leverage the power of your phone to do a great many things. For example, one can use GPS to calculate your speed. It's a feature pretty much relegated to the digital world. But if you're looking for a more elegant timepiece, and you happen to have the need for speed, perhaps you should take a look ... continue reading
As the relative newcomer on the block, Liberty Fairs has quickly become one of our favorite shows to attend. It's massive. The team of Sam Ben-Avraham and Sharifa Murdock have done well to bring in brands that push the envelope without losing touch with reality. Here's a look at the show that just went down at Pier ... continue reading
Capsule has always billed itself as the tradeshow for menswear innovators regardless of their aesthetic. A little bit of streetwear, a little bit of heritage, a bunch in-between, but nothing too stuffy. Here's a look at some of the pieces we liked the most from this season's New York City show.
The angle your socks are manufactured with is probably something you've never thought about before, but it hasn't escaped the watchful eye of the designers at MUJI. Most socks are made with a 120 degree angle, but feet made a 90 degree angle when they're on the ground. Turns out, subtracting that extra 30 degrees helps ... continue reading
TSOVET has been making pretty fantastic timepieces for almost a decade. For this newest release, the SVT-CV43, they took a few pages out of the history books for their inspiration. The curved exterior of the case wall is inspired by the classic pocket watch, and the contoured wire lugs calls back to the original collection ... continue reading
Hide your wallets because Hickoree's is having another sale. This time, it's "50% OFF ALMOST EVERYTHING" for what we can only imagine is a Winter inventory reduction sale. Who cares about the reason behind it when you get half off everything from The Hill-Side watch bands to a Wiffle Ball / Bat set? Not us, that's ... continue reading
Spend an afternoon riding waves and your hair will look like a puffy ball of fur when it dries. That's one reason why, whether hitting the surf or not, we always recommend carrying a comb. Now the two worlds have been married into one product. Each of these pocket combs from Byrd and Futures Fins was made from the ... continue reading