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.
Inspired by the shoes adorned by surfers in the 1960s, the Sorrento Sand Shoe boasts a relaxed vibe ideal for lazy beach days. Uppers are constructed from washed suede, and the look is completed with natural jute wrap and some hand-stitched details.$148
Teaming up with the Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, Warby Parker has created a pair of glasses that blends the new and the old. The old is the design—one inspired by the 1920s and Andrew Carnegie. The new is in the materials—the strongest and lightest ion-plated titanium, custom acetate temple tips, and more. The result is a pair of narrow-fitting frames with a lot of character.$145
Constructed by hand in Civitanova, Italy, the new Pronto silhouette from Greats is the brand’s latest foray into sneakers with a more luxurious feel. Featuring Italian suede, hand-cut leather stabilizer, and 100% rubber outsoles, the beauty of the Pronto is in the details.$199
Slowly but surely the Apple Watch will find its way to the wrists of so many people you know. When it does, you’ll want something to differentiate yours. May we suggest this dead sexy leather strap from Bexar Goods. Cut from 4 ounce American Bridle, the straps are hand-stitched using a time-honored saddle stitch for style and durability.$130
Good luck finding a quality denim button-down that’s affordable and doesn’t look like part of a Canadian tuxedo. That’s why the Swift Mills Denim Utility Shirt is a diamond in the rough. Handmade in the USA out of 8 oz. 2×1 denim, the stylish piece of workwear is a steal at under $100 (it shoots up to $125 after the pre-sale). The prized denim will only get softer after each wash.$98
In collaboration with adidas, wings +horns, the Canadian menswear label, is set to launch a new collection inspired by early 20th century military academy football teams. Clean, muted athletic pieces dominate the line, with a pair of Stan Smiths as the highlight. Everything goes on sale July 11.Link