We spend a lot of time in underwear (well, most of us). Why not consider an upgrade? Far from your standard Hanes multi-pack, MeUndies, are made with a signature blend of fabric that is 3x softer than cotton yet still hugs all the right things in all the right places. Ordering is virtually risk-free, since if you don't love your first pair, they'll pay you back and you can keep it for free. No questions asked. And if you do find yourself wearing the first pair everyday (gross) it's even easier to stock up, with generous savings for those who subscribe or buy a pack.
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Continuing a family tradition that goes back to the Indian Head Shoe Company and athletes like Johnny Unitas, the YORK Athletics Henry Sneaker has a lot to live up to. This everyday runner does its heritage proud with a solid build that includes hot melt TPU seams, a custom molded footbed, and a breathable mesh upper. There's also a lightweight EVA midsole for comfort, a rubber outsole for traction, and a nylon pull tab to help you get them on. It's finished with a no-nonsense design that does away with garish colors for a simple color scheme of Black, White, Gray, and, in the case of this limited edition that honors the company's athletic history, Field Green.
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While this belt won't make it past airport security, it very well might make you feel like Batman the next time someone asks for a light. The Belt Lighter ($26) features a buckle that holds a removable lighter, letting you keep some fire with you at all times. [Thanks, Ted!]
Sure, having DJ turntables or pin-up girls on your cufflinks is cool, but if you want something a little more functional, check these out. The fully-working thermometer cufflinks by Tateossian London ($165) let you know the temperature at a glance without consulting the Weather Channel. They've got a black face and sport a shiny silver finish, with one cufflink in Celsius and the other in Fahrenheit.