Inspired by racing, the Seiko Sportura Watch ($488) is a great companion to a more dressy, boardroom-style watch. Available in a variety of models, including a Kinetic Direct Drive, Chronograph Perpetual, Alarm Chronograph, and Quartz, each watch offers 10 bar water resistance and a non-reflective sapphire crystal, plus either a stainless steel or sporty black rubber strap depending on the model.
Adhering firmly to the idea that the more confusing a watch looks, the better it is, the Casio Edifice Label Watch ($250) makes a fine sporty timepiece. Boasting a "3D" dial with chronograph, world time, alarms, calendar, and stopwatch functions, it also features an integrated solar panel for power, a stainless steel and black resin body, a buckle closure, and a simple ribbed black rubber strap that contrasts nicely with the overcrowded face.
With a name like "Roadster S," you might be expecting a sportier look than you'll find on the Cartier Roadster S Watch ($3,500) — but that's okay. This less flashy but no less elegant version of the standard Roadster features a polished steel and ADLC coated case, a black rubber strap, a Cartier Caliber 049 automatic movement, a traditional silver opaline white Cartier dial with black Roman numerals, a white-on-black date indicator, and luminescent sword-style hands. It's not your mainstream luxury sports watch, but that's kind of the point.