Sifting through menswear trends and labels is too much for the average guy. Why spend your day researching when you know 99% of the things you’d find you’d never wear? A better option: Weekly Style Finds. Each week we’ll bring you some of our favorite new items and interesting articles so you don’t have to go hunting for good-looking, well-made gear.
The Made in the USA watch brand is back with two limited edition timepieces infused with some new color. The Limited Issue Field Watch is a mechanical number that can now be found with a sharp dark blue dial or a sleek black dial. Dark Blue is limited to 100 pieces and Black is limited to 200.$1,500
OLIVERS has gifted us with their take on the hoodie, and it’s one that’s a tad more refined but still just as comfortable. With a tailored fit that won’t make you look like you only wear it during Sunday Redzone marathons, the Merino Pullover effortlessly moves from couch to street. And with cues taken from Italian cycling jerseys, every aspect of this pullover was designed for ease of movement.Link
Pendleton, the company known for their heavy-duty and sharp blankets, has let the folks at Tanner Goods and 3sixteen play with their fabrics a bit. The result is a collection of new overshirts in the Woodlands range. The shirts are as durable and warm as a Pendleton blanket because, well, at one point in time they were destined to become one.$220
Take a well-known sneaker, drop your knit styling on it, and release a new, highly desirable shoe. That’s the trend as of late, and while not all of these hit the mark, the new Campus 80s in Primeknit from adidas certainly do. Available in a few different colors, the old school trainers have some new school flair.Link
Todd Snyder is on a tear, teaming up with iconic brands and infusing them with his distinct style. The latest is this new collection with Cole Haan. The range of boots are crafted in tumbled leather and suede for softer, more rugged silhouettes. From striped pull tabs to Goodyear welts, the smallest of details have been refined.$250+
Here in the Northeast, a slight chill has quickly sneaked into the morning air. While it isn’t cold yet, it’s time to prepare. Aether will help you gear up with their new collection of hoodies, jackets, and vests. As with everything Aether does, each piece is modern and (for the most part) muted. Check out their promo video to get inspired for the cold months ahead.$295+