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We’re relatively sure you can find more creative things to use a belt for than simple pant support and their ability to serve as a tourniquet in an emergency situation, but those things aren’t important ninety percent of the time. What is important is the fact that your belt looks good as it elevates your pants above your ass and stems the flow of blood. Leather belts are certainly capable of doing that, but Cliff Cork Belts are better. Using layers of cork (yeah, that cork) laminated into fabric, Cliff makes belts that are more lightweight than leather, available in more colors and are machine washable. $100 might seem like an absurd amount of money to spend on a belt, but you’re really getting two belts for the price of one because each is reversible. Apparently cork is useful for something other than insulating vino from the elements.

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A pocket square is a touch of old school class. It’s an element that casually lets people know you’re a gentleman. This knife from Gerber borrows its name from the humble pocket square because it too is sharp and dressy. Eschewing superfluous design elements for a sleek, clean appearance, the Gerber Pocket Square Knife is refined and mature. The machined aluminum handle is paired with a 3” drop point blade and an ambidextrous thumb lift for one stunning folder. If James Bond relied on a pocket knife, this would be it.