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.
Levi’s urban cyclist Commuter Collection is back for Fall 2015 with some upgraded pieces and brand new additions. The Cinched Cargo, Wool Hoodie, 541 Athletic Fit Jean, Work Jacket and 511 Slim Fit Trousers are decked out with cyclist features like higher rises, stronger fabrics and 3M reflectivity.Link
The Hill-Side has a habit of making awesome products with a level of detail you won’t find anywhere else. Their latest sneakers are completely waterproof thanks to the L27 Ventile cloth, rugged toe cap and custom gusseted tongue. Each pair is handmade in Japan at one of the world’s oldest sneaker factories.$242
Inspired by a decades old cafe racer style jacket one of the designers at Taylor Stitch received from his father, the entire Taylor Stitch Moto Collection is focused on durable clothing and accessories that you’ll get a lifetime of use out of… and then pass down for another few lifetimes.Link
Best Made is one of our favorite shops for well-made gear, and they just released a new version of the durable Faded Field Shirt that’s even better than the last. Military detailing, double-needle stitching and a broken-in feel make each of the three color options a perfect addition to your wardrobe.$148
Made from a 70% wool / 30% silk blend, each pocket square in Knottery’s new collection is “inspired by idyllic end of summer adventures.” All of the squares are printed, cut, sewn and hand-rolled in England. They’re the perfect pop for your jacket chest pocket.$35
Beckett Simonon’s first line of dress shoes proves that no man has to sacrifice quality, comfort or durability in favor of price when it comes to premium footwear. From black oxfords to desert brown chukkas, Beckett Simonon has an ethically-produced, high-quality pair of footwear for all of us–at less than $200.Link