This is far from the first time Todd Snyder has teamed with Timex for an attention-grabbing timepiece, but it is the first to boast such a refined, elegant appearance. Ditching the military bravado found in many of the other collaborations, the Marlin Blackout is a midcentury stunner, with a subdued face highlighted by vintage-looking numerals. That old-school cool only increases when you consider the crocodile embossed genuine leather strap, which calls to mind the stylish gents of yesteryear. This is not the rugged and rough military watch we’re used to seeing when the brands put their heads together; instead, it’s a hand-wound watch that pairs perfectly with a suit and works when you’re trying to channel your inner Don Draper.
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