Inspired by the Center Hi of the 1960s, the PF Flyers Made in USA Center Hi Sneaker is a bold mix of the old and the new. The performance cushioning insert and PU midsole are both modern and comfortable, while the 14 oz. heavy canvas upper, leather toe cap and eye row, and pigskin lining are all timeless. Finished with a hand-drawn midsole stripe and debossed ankle patch.
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More compact than it's older brother the B06, the Breitling x Bentley B06 S Watch is yet another solid collaboration between the motion-focused manufacturers. In addition to a 44 mm case in either steel or red gold, the S features an in-house movement with a 30-second chronograph that sweeps the central hand around the dial in just half a minute, allowing for accurate 1/8th second time readings. The rotating knurled bezel lets you calculate average speed, and the date complication between 4 and 5 keeps you abreast of things outside the track. Available with either a black or silver face, and with a metal bracelet or crocodile, leather, or rubber strap.
Reigning Champ Crewneck Sweatshirt ($112).
Nike Internationalist Mid Shoe ($100).
J.Crew Broke-in Chino ($75).
Topo x Woolrich Accessory Bag ($35).
G-Shock Aviation Series Watch ($600).
Field Notes Steno Pad ($10).
Buck Compadre Series Axe ($85).
Apple's first-party straps for its watch are well made, but tend match a certain modernist aesthetic. If you're looking for something a little more rustic for yours, consider this Bexar Apple Watch Strap. Precision cut from American bridle leather, saddle stitched, and finished with rounded hardware, it's available in tan or a handsome medium brown, and with your choice of watch-matching black, stainless, or aluminum hardware.
Sporting a low cut and a timeless canvas upper, the PF Flyers Rambler Lo Sneaker is an ideal base for any ensemble. The shoes are surprisingly comfortable, thanks to a Posture Foundation insole that was patented all the way back in 1933, and offer a baseball diamond outsole and a signature green PF heel patch. Available in several different color ways.
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The result of two years of work, featuring over 98 unique details and hand-assembled over the course of 50 hours, the Moreca Aviator PH-1 Backpack is an impressive piece of workmanship. Its exterior is crafted from vegetable tanner leather that's treated, dried, and polished to give it a naturally-worn look, while all the interior surfaces are suede. Those include a main compartment with inner pocket, and a hidden inner pocket that you can access from the quilted back. Arrives with nickel-plated brass hardware and a unique serial number and data sheet, and limited to just 99 examples.
Created for the Only Watch 2015 charity auction, the Tudor Heritage Black Bay One 7923/001 Watch takes one of the most rare, sought-after Tudors — the reference 7953 Submariner from the '50s — and updates it for modern times. Like its inspiration, this one-of-a-kind watch features a glossy black dial with gilt printing, gold baton hands, a black bezel, and accentuated bevels and chamfers on the lugs, while adding a red depth rating, a self-winding Tudor caliber 2824 movement, a domed sapphire crystal, and a stainless bracelet with type-type attachments. It hits the block November 7th.
Ministry of Supply Aviator Chinos ($118).
Ministry of Supply Gemini Shirt ($148).
Ministry of Supply No Show Socks ($15).
Public Supply Notebooks ($15).
Cole Haan ZerøGrand Oxford Shoes ($268).
Fuz Designs Noke U-Lock ($110).
Ray-Ban Round Frame Sunglasses ($165).
Linus Bikes Everyday Sac ($69).
Brooks Brothers Umbrella ($60).
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TUDOR's North Flag blends style and innovation without compromise. While form and function define the North Flag, standard across the TUDOR line, this watch brings something completely new to the table — the very first in-house manufacture caliber in company history, the MT5621. The movement is automatic, has a 70-hour power reserve, and is resistant to shocks and magnetism. And as impressive as the movement sounds, it's even more remarkable to see, thanks to the first sapphire case back in TUDOR's history, giving you a peek into its heart. Design inspiration pulls from classic watches from TUDOR's heritage, with a 40mm stainless steel case, a matte ceramic rim around the bezel, a date window at 3 o'clock, and bold yellow accents. The COSC Chronometer certification verifies its accuracy, and its modest size provides enough comfort to make it perfect for everyday wear.
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Created to celebrate the company's fifth anniversary, the Ressence Type 1 V Genesis Watch is meant to evoke the place where it all started: prototypes. Like other Type 1s, it uses a series of rotating discs to indicate seconds, minutes, hours, and days, and features no crown, instead letting you set the watch by turning the back. But this particular model arrives in a somewhat unfinished state, with a titanium case still showing milling marks, a raw sandblasted dial, numerals and markers that lack the normal SuperLuminova treatment and thus offer greater depth, and an untreated leather strap that will develop its own look over time. Limited to just five pieces.
Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises ($11).
Vans Cork Twill Era 59 Sneakers ($55).
Todd Snyder Slub Sweatshirt ($119).
Scotch & Soda Ralston Jeans ($165).
State Smith Bag ($110).
Makr Zip Slim Wallet ($110).
Consonant The Perfect Sunscreen ($45).
1964 Rolex YG Day-Date Watch ($5,500).
Original Bond Submariners are highly sought-after. Now you can get a lot of the same details with a brand-new movement in the Tempus Machina 216A Rolex Submariner Watch. This 114060 Sub has been completely redone as an homage to the Bond 6538 Sub, starting with a case that has been reshaped with new bevels and thinner lugs, along with visible lug holes and the crown guards ground off. The bezel has been re-profiled with a coin-edge profile, and its insert sports the iconic red triangle marker. The Tempus' gilt dial is finished with 18k gold with red depth ratings, while C3 lume on the hands and indicators match those of the early timepieces. Finally, the Tempus adds a custom domed crystal (the only part that didn't originate at Rolex) and a new old stock 8mm Brevet crown. A perfect marriage of new and old.
It's time to welcome back another classic Nike sneaker. The Nike Roshe LD-1000 takes a famous 1970's running shoe and gives it proper modern updates without sacrificing what made it an icon to begin with. With deep flex grooves to enhance each step, a lightweight mesh upper, and breathable comfort and support, it's no surprise that the Roshe LD-1000 is back and better than ever.
Arrive at your next backyard grill out with not only the right beers, but the right method of transporting those precious bottles as well. The Sixfold Beer Carrier is the vessel your craft beers deserve, made using vegetable-tanned English Bridle leather, with spines made from American Walnut sourced from the Ocooch Mountains in Wisconsin. This massive upgrade to the paper carrier you usually tote around not only looks legit, but is also built to last for the long haul.
Rogue Territory Jumper Shirt ($175).
Apolis Transition Scout Short ($108).
Converse Jack Purcell Sneakers ($70).
Lotuff Briefcase ($375).
1930's Abercrombie & Fitch Flask ($100).
Tennessee Toffee Espresso Toffee ($11).
Rolex Submariner ($3,800).
Tanner Goods Rider Wallet ($135).
Silicon Power External Hard Drive ($65).
You want jeans that fit, and you want them to stand up to the wear and tear of your daily routine. For both of those essential needs, and much more, Mott & Bow are waiting in the wings. Available in three brand new colors — Waverly, Horatio, and Rivington, Mott & Bow not only provides premium denim at affordable prices, but they take the guesswork out of sizing — sending two pairs of jeans to your door to try on and ensure the right fit. Just send the pair back that didn't make the cut, complete with a prepaid shipping label that Mott & Bow provides. Sourced from premium denim makers around the world and way better than any shopping experience you've ever had.
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Iron & Air Issue 14 ($15).
Iron & Air Vintage Honda Tee ($36).
Filson Bush Shirt ($125).
Lee Parks Design DeerTours Gloves ($95).
Military Watch Company Divers Watch ($245).
Biltwell Gringo Full Face Helmet ($160).
Broken Homme Snap Fob ($32).
Declan Phone Wipe Handkerchief ($6).
Bitlwell Thruster Motorcycle Grips ($21).
Raleigh Denim Workshop Jones ($285).
The latest update in the military-inspired design from Bell & Ross, the Regulator Officer Watch, adds some luxury to an already esteemed line. Enhanced with a bicolor black and silver dial, and a satin-polished stainless steel case that measures 47mm in diameter. Under the hood lies an automatic movement that powers the regulator function and two subdials featuring an hour and seconds counter. Complete with black alligator strap, it's a timepiece fit for a high ranking official.
John Elliott + Co Hooded Villain ($198).
John Elliott + Co U Neck Tee ($68).
John Elliott + Co The Cast Denim ($250).
Independent Map Co Liverpool ($10).
Deejo Color Knife ($33).
Omega Speedmaster Watch ($2,800).
Todd Snyder x PF FLyer Sneaker ($159).
Garrett Leight California Sunglasses ($166).
Leica M Monochrom Camera ($7,450).