Fall bird hunting is a Southern tradition. Just don't run afoul of the cooler weather.
Langdon Pullover ($145). Beige Harwood Pullover ($145). Orange Cullen Brushed Oxford ($155). Green Byrne Shawl Collar Sweater ($225). Free Union Belt ($165). Grey and Blue Mcpherson Tattersall ($155). Navy Flynn Boot Sock ($35). Navy Gatewood Cashmere Hat ($75). Olive Roane Cashmere Tweed Scarf ($195). Military Watch Co. MK111 LTD. Edition in Black ($280). Garrett Leight San Juan in Brushed Gold-Moss ($340). Filson Double Hunting Pants ($190). Red Wing x J. Crew Wabasha boots ($320). Otter-Messer Anchor Sailor's Knife ($38). Black Peyote Keychain ($45). Penfield Idlewood Day Pack ($75)
This edition of Garb is sponsored by our friends at Ledbury.
The latest in their series of collaborations with fellow Oregon native Nike, the Nike x Poler Vapen Snowboard Boots ($240) give us one more reason to like camo this winter. While meant for the snow, they come in an otherwise autumnal colorway — sporting shades of brown, green, and of course Poler's signature camouflage on the tongue and interior liner. They feature a mid-flex feel best for all around riding, with plenty of insulation to keep your feet warm throughout the season, and a weatherproof exterior to make sure your toes stay nice and dry.
Tired of the same ole workspace? Why don't you go out and find some inspiration on your own. But as always, go prepared.
Bonobos Monticello Sweater ($340). Bonobos Rhodes Collar Slim Shirt ($88). Bonobos Slim Straight Jet Blues Pants ($88). Eastland Sherman 1955 Boot ($225). Topo Designs Daypack ($89). Bonobos Capstone Hat ($55). Bonobos Stretto Belt ($90). Cold Steel Axe Gang Hatchet ($30). Kaufman Mercantile Waterproof Waxed Canvas Lunch Bag ($48). Suunto Core Crush Multifunction Watch ($299). Snow Peak Titanium Flask ($170). PARACORD Survival Bracelet ($3).
This edition of Garb is sponsored by our friends at Bonobos.
If you would've put this kind of effort into school, maybe you'd have a degree.
John Varvatos Rock in Fashion ($60). John Varvatos NYC Vintage Chukka ($298). John Varvatos Collection Jean ($298). John Varvatos Double Pocket Brief Case ($895). John Varvatos Adjustable Sleeve Slim Fit Shirt ($228). John Varvatos Solid Waffle Knit Scarf ($348). Limited Edition John Varvatos Chronoscope ($6,800). John Varvatos Leather Card Case ($125). Snark SN-1 Guitar & Bass Tuner ($8). POSTALCO A6 Notebook ($14). Oliday G2001 Black Pencil Set ($5).
This edition of Garb is sponsored by our friends at John Varvatos.
What's the best way to improve on the classic look of a pair of aviator sunglasses? Wrap it them gold, of course. These Ray-Ban Aviator Solid Gold Sunglasses ($3,200) — an exclusive edition limited to only 1,200 pairs, numbered and engraved — feature frames made entirely from pure 18-karat gold. They come with polarized Neophan Green lenses that produce the most natural vision possible in a pair of sunglasses, creating clarity and comfort without modifying the way you see colors. Each pair ships with a brown leather carrying case worthy of protecting such a unique set of eyewear.
There's no right or wrong. Whatever gets you out of bed and out the door.
Timberland Abington Hiking Boot with Woolrich® Fabric ($180). Timberland Earthkeepers Briefcase ($375). Cherry Wood Handle Shaving Brush ($42). Merkur Safety Razor 34 ($52). Woodlands Shawl Neck Sweater ($445). Burgus Plus Jeans ($132). Unionmade x Baxter of California CNG Soap ($20). Howlin by Morrison Steely Hat ($60). Ray-Ban Aviator Sunglasses ($175). Binchotan Toothbrush ($7). Grant's Golden Brand Jake Comb ($4).
This edition of Garb is sponsored by our friends at Timberland.
While you may have admired the original Xetum Tyndall Watch — with its stainless steel case and bracelet — the Xetum Tyndall PVD Carbon Fiber Watch ($1,700) takes that beautiful timepiece to an entirely new level. It replaces the plain back dial with a dark gray carbon fiber one, while the case receives a powder matte black finish drawing into stark contrast the white numbers and hands (a customized black rotor complements the look around back). The watch was designed in California, but built in Switzerland with Swiss movement, is limited to just 300 pieces, and sports a naturally-tanned black leather strap with a cork lining.
Even if your weekend plans involve plenty of time spent walking trails, splitting wood, and lounging around a campfire, you still don't need to abandon everything you know about style and don a pair of clunky, technical boots. These Feit Hiker Boots ($620) have style to spare and handmade artisanal construction that could quite possibly outlast you. Each pair features vegetable-tanned leather available in a range of colorways, including corteccia, nero, burgundy, smog, and natural (the last of which comes lined with shearling wool). They come completely stitched — there's no glue holding on these soles — and are made from a single piece of leather with Goodyear construction and a flexible Vibram Gumlite outsole.
With a name taken from one of the most legendary drives in the world, Italy's Alpine Stelvio Pass, you'd expect a pair of shades made to be worn behind the wheel. And with the Hodinkee x Autodromo Stelvio Sunglasses ($350) that's exactly what you get. Each pair (limited to just 50 numbered units) is handmade from premium amber acetate, tumbled to a polished finish, and fitted with high-quality polarized lenses. They come in a quilted leather case inspired by classic car upholstery with a magnetic clasp made to open one-handed, so you can keep one hand on the wheel at all times.
Let's face it, you probably don't treat your bag as well as you should — whether you're tossing it into the trunk of your car next to a pair of muddy boots, sloshing motor oil all over it in the paddock next to your track car, or cramming it into a tiny overhead compartment. Rather than changing up your lifestyle, you really need a bag that can handle some abuse. The Chrome Blckchrm Collection ($200-$280) features welded waterproof construction, industrial strength velcro, weatherproof Hypalon outer shells, and urethane-coated YKK zippers, so you know they can handle just about anything. Choose from a roll-top duffel bag built to carry all your gear, a go-anywhere roll-top backpack, or a seatbelt buckle messenger that will never let you down.
Just because you're hitting the trail this weekend doesn't mean you need to abandon your sneakerhead ways — especially when you're wearing a pair of Nike Lunar LDV Sneakerboots ($140). While retaining a silhouette similar to your favorite pair of sneakers, these boots feature a mid-height collar giving them better ankle support. A Lunarlon midsole gives them lots of cushioning, while a waffle outsole gives you grip on just about any surface. A cutout leather upper features suede overlays, so your feet stay comfortable without added bulk or reduced durability.
You already do just about everything in your jeans — whether you're dressing them up for your nine-to-five, or you're getting them dirty on a weekend road trip to the country — so you need a pair that can keep up with your lifestyle. Parke Premium Active Denim ($89) uses lightweight raw denim made with high stretch fibers, creating a pair of jeans that is extremely comfortable, flexible, and naturally retains its shape. Each pair is handcrafted in New York, using tailor-quality ten stitches per inch, antique brass tack buttons, vintage washer rivets, single needle detailing, as well as artful details like subway map pocketing and minimalist back pocket embroidery. They're probably the most comfortable pair of jeans you'll never want to take off.
Sponsored by our friends at Parke.