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.
You might have to stop people from touching your sneakers if you wear these new New Balance CRT 300 EAs. The shoes, which are available from select retailers, boast a felt upper highlighted by sharp brown leather inlays. Just keep them in the closet when the forecast calls for rain.Link
Two iconic American brands (Levi’s and Pendleton) have joined forces again this season to help outfit you for the the months ahead. Now some of your favorite Levi’s pieces come with a Pendleton wool lining. The Trucker Jacket is the standout; its Pendleton interior makes it the ideal denim jacket for the winter. Also in the collection is a slick new workshirt and classic Pendleton blanket.Link
After launching a line of affordable dress shoes on Kickstarter, Beckett Simonon is back with a line of sleek, better-made low-tops. Instead of the plain canvas sneakers you destroyed all summer, these are handcrafted out of full-grain leather and are made to stand up to some abuse. You can pre-order now, and they come in white, black, or burgundy.Link
It’s boot season, the time when you need something a bit sturdier, a bit more durable, and a whole hell of a lot warmer for your feet. Luckily, Danner, makers of some of our favorite boots, have a new collaboration with the leather magicians over at Tanner Goods. The updated Mountain Pass boot is the highlight, with its GORE-TEX lining, removable footbed, and lightened load.Link
Knickerbocker doesn’t just craft sharp hats, they also collaborate with artists on other pieces for your wardrobe. Most recently, they teamed up with Ben Kocinski, an illustrator from Kansas City, for a small run of bandanas. Drawing inspiration from the old nose art on bomber planes, Kocinski helped craft two killer takes on the versatile accessory.Link
Noah, a New York-based line that launched earlier this year, just rolled out its first webshop to help fans get their hands on the brand’s goods. Inspired by the idea of an outlaw unmoved by current trends, the brand offers unique pieces, all with a distinct edge. Some of it feels military-inspired, some of it feels skater-inspired, and some of it feels concocted out of thin air.Link