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 so you don’t have to go hunting for good-looking, well-made gear.
OLIVERS The Summer Classic collection is all about bright, summer friendly colors of their fantastic All Over Short made with water repellent, 4-way stretch fabric, ballistic mesh pockets and mil-spec paracord drawstrings. Now available in orange (ember), purple (concord) and blue (cobalt), The Summer Classic All Over Short is the perfect upgrade for shorts days.$68
Fed up with the current linen shirts on the market, Mister French set out to make the perfect linen shirt with Italian fabric in five colors, mother of pearl buttons and contrasting collars. Thanks to the properties of linen, it also happens to be the perfect shirt for travel.$148
Named after everyone’s favorite tattooed style icon, Greats new Wooster Leather Slip-Ons are made with the same pedigree as large fashion house footwear, but they’re available at a fraction of the cost. Available in five different colorways, the leather slip-ons are the perfect addition to the collection of Cons and Vans you have set for summer.$149
The latest release from the company best known for their gorgeous axes is a Japanese made trench constructed with ultralight, triple-laminate SAITOS fabric designed to be highly water repellent but breathable. The highly packable jacket is the perfect lightweight raincoat / windbreaker, and it’s available now in navy or olive.$325
If you think Nike’s new Juvenate release looks similar to a Roshe release, that’s because it’s the next evolution in the now classic silhouette. Lightweight phylon sole combined with one piece, fully collapsible sock-esque uppers and embroidered detailing make the new olive Juvenate an all around shoe great for casual occasions.$111
Todd Snyder has teamed up with designer turned menswear illustrator Richard Haines (you’ve seen his work in everything from The New York Times to GQ) to release a collection of seven tees silk screened with Haines illustrations that run the gamut from glasses to headphones. Each shirt is 100% cotton, Made in Canada and vintage washed to get better with age.$49