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.
The New Balance ML1980 is back with some fresh new silhouettes for 2016 that really capitalize on the ML1980 revival of blending old school style with modern technology. Available in black or white options (with contrasting New Balance branding), each pair combines leather and mesh and sits atop a Fresh Foam Zante sole designed to give you a more natural ride.$100
Filson is a brand you’re familiar with. XTRATUF is a brand out of Alaska that you might not have heard of, but they’ve been making 100% waterproof boots for Alaskan fisherman for over five decades. The two brands teamed up to create the Filson x XTRATUF 15″ Legacy boot, which is a seamless, triple-dipped, waterproof work boot with built-in cushion insoles, arch support, shock absorption and a non-slip grip. In other words, it’s the perfect all-weather boot for any location with multiple seasons.$140
There’s a reason most of you reading this have at least one piece from J.Crew in your collection. Their range of stylish products at attainable prices just expanded with the addition of three different sunglass options. Jack is a classic aviator available in three different styles. Irving has “a clean, rectangular shape” that’s most akin to a classic wayfarer, and it comes in three styles as well. The four styles of Sam capitalize on the round frame that’s all the rage these days.$98
There’s a story in every pair of vintage Levi’s because the brand that invented blue jeans knows how to make a hard-wearing pair of pants that will last a lifetime. RE/DONE partnered with Levi’s to take vintage jeans and reconstruct them into modern Slim Straight and Relaxed Taper fits. This isn’t your average pair of beat up vintage denim either, because each pair is truly one of a kind. Think late ’80s denim from the American South or from old Levi’s factories in the Southwest as source material.$265+
Tanner Goods has always been willing to take risks when it comes to what’s possible with leather, and that’s never been more apparent than it is with the Geoglyph collection in black meridian leather. Their signature Geoglyph pattern (which feels like a simplified version of Aztec, Native American and Egyptian hieroglyphic symbols) has been stamped into luxe black leather and turned into four different belts, a wallet and a leather record slipmat (which is definitely our favorite piece from the collection).$60+
Love em or hate em, Supreme has a lot more influence in what you wear than pieces emblazoned with their iconic box logo. Details about the Spring/Summer 2016 collection were just released, and it’s got a lot more than just tees (but there are plenty of those, too). Snakeskin and leopard print coats. Bright yellow coveralls and striped pajamas. Quilted bomber jackets and nylon chore coats. There are even some items from the Morrissey celebrity campaign.Link