Sifting through menswear trends and labels is too much for the average guy. Why would you want to 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.

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Everlane Slim Pant

Our favorite maker of clean, affordable shirts and bags has finally given us something to cover our legs. The Slim Pant is a first for Everlane, and they crafted them with the help of a specialized factory in Dongguan, China. Slim but not skinny, the pants breathe, stretch, and come in three different colors.

$65
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J.Crew x Vans Sk8-Hi in Monotone Suede

J.Crew continues to partner with iconic sneaker brands to offer fresh variations. The latest is a collab with Vans, and a reworking of the Sk8-Hi. Clad in a monotone suede, the hi-tops blend the California skate vibe with the put together appeal of something from J.Crew.

$70
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The Belt Guaranteed to Last 100 Years

Bold claims aside, the Centria Leather Belt is a simple and sharp way to keep your pants up. The basic hardware makes it an understated accessory that does its job without demanding attention. And, hey, that 100 year guarantee isn’t bad, either.

$60
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Red Wing 6-Inch Postman

In 1954, Red Wing Shoes introduced the 101, an oxford designed for police and postal carriers on the job. The brand would go on to sell 2 million pairs. The 6-Inch Postman is inspired by that shoe, but it ditches the oxford for something bigger.

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Nike Air Max Tavas in Carbon Green

We’re pretty big fans of this “Carbon Green” colorway of the Air Max Tavas. The shades of cold green give them a modern military feel, and they’ll draw attention when paired with some light or dark denim. Right now, tracking a pair down is a tad tricky, but keep your eyes open.

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New Balance Fresh Foam Zante Sweatshirt

With the comfortable look of your favorite sweatshirt, the latest pair of New Balance sneakers introduce some interesting materials to a pair of trainers. The sweatshirt material composes the front of the upper, and a reflective strap with the brand logo compose the rear. And while style-focused, they’re as comfy as the sweatshirt you toss on after a long day.

$120