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.
Aether is well known for their technical, no-bullshit garments, but the Tundra jacket takes this to a whole different level. The two handwarmer, one chest pocket jacket is a city-inspired piece designed for the coldest urban environments that just so happens to be versatile enough to pair with 9-to-5 wear or weekend denim.Link
You already know that Taylor Stitch has a habit of going over the top with their creations, but the moleskine-lined body of The Rover makes sure the M65-inspired jacket will impress everyone… including those of you familiar with the brand. Using 6.25oz waxed cotton and 10oz British cotton moleskin, Taylor Stitch created a wind and water repellent jacket that looks good and fits perfectly—while not hampering mobility.Link
Tanner Goods and PF Flyers are both household names, but their Center Hi collaboration is one of those cases where the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Using full grain Indigo Legacy leather from Horween, they created a Made in the USA sneaker that’s equal parts quality, style and subtle detail.Link
Eugene is a new silhouette from Shwood Eyewear that allows them to ply their wood eyewear essentials to the standard horn-rimmed style glasses. The end result is a sleek silhouette that combines a metal rim and bridge with dark hardwood for a subtle and refined look that includes Grey Carl Zeiss or green G15 polarized lenses.Link
Hydrogen-1 was founded on the belief that men looking for leather shoes shouldn’t have to choose between comfort and style. Their RN86 Army Green Leather Sneaker is the perfect compliment for just about any outfit, but we prefer it with a pair of broken in selvedge and a beat up leather jacket. The uncompromisingly minimalist sneaker is also available in Bordeaux (AR18), Caramel (SN50) and Black (RA88) leather options for those of you looking to diversify your color palette.Link
Built to capture the essence of the combat style boots the USMC wore in the 60s, the 05/63 Boondocker Boot from SeaVees is as rugged and utilitarian as it is stylish and well made. Constructed with an antique polished weathered roughout leather, and outfitted with a full-length comfort footbed that’s leather lined, the Boondocker Boot from SeaVees is the perfect boot for the man that wants to make substance stylish.Link