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Goruck Man Tie

You might think, given the rugged reputation of their bags, that the Goruck Man Tie ($65) is virtually indestructible. And you'd be right. Touted as the "first military-grade tie in history", it's handmade in the USA from the same 1000D Cordura as the company's other goods, and features hand-pressed seams, a reinforced black-on-black stay on the back of the tie, and your choice of narrow or classic widths and short or long lengths. Available in black, sand, and multicam.

  • Socrates Socks

    Some might call Socrates Socks ($30) over-engineered, but we call them brilliant. Seeking to build a pair of socks that wouldn't droop, get a hole, or simply wear out on the bottom, the team behind Socrates built them out of Lycra freshFx fabric with anti-droop technology, then added carbon threading on the heel and toe, military-spec elastic at the top, and a Kevlar-Carbon Matrix at the end. All of which combines to make them, light, comfortable, and unbelievably durable.

  • Richard Mille Cufflinks

    It's very rare that we write about a product that adds complexity to the equation, but we'll make an exception for these Richard Mille Cufflinks ($20,000). Created over two years, they're made from grade 5 titanium, and feature a patented mechanism that opens the twin titanium bars using push-pieces and close by pressing on the top plate, resulting in cufflinks that contain 38 components each. Other features include satin-brushed upper surfaces that are bevelled by hand and a surprisingly subtle look.