It might look like a normal belt, but if you find yourself out in the wilderness and short on supplies, the Survival Belt will do far more than your average leather strap. Remove the ratchet-style buckle from the belt and it becomes a versatile multitool, with a knife blade, bottle opener, firestarter, and LED light. Thanks to nylon fiber unibody construction, the buckle itself is nearly as rugged as the strap, which is waterproof, flexes even rimmed with ice, abrasion resistant, UV protected, and available in four colors.
Odds aren't likely you need a compass while donning formalwear, but these Tateossian Compass Cufflinks make quite the statement nonetheless. Created to celebrate the company's 25th anniversary, they're made from gunmetal-tone brass, each with its own functioning, black dial compass inside.The engraved t-bar fastenings have topaz stones inlaid in their centers, and each pair comes in its own handsome presentation box.
Drying your jeans isn't good for them. Folding them causes wrinkles and creases. The Jean Hanger takes care of both problems, supporting your precious denim while letting them hang dry and giving them the same importance as your shirts and jackets. The center loop on the back of your jeans goes in the slot in the middle of the hanger, while the ridges on the ends secure the outer loops. The hanger itself is made from a single piece of beech wood, and the hook is screwed in for added security. Time to find some more space in your closet.
Inspired by the celestial objects found by French astronomer Charles Messier, Nova Ties let you add a touch of sci-fi to an otherwise formal look. It was the clusters M4, M17, and M108, specifically, that artist Kev Nemelka looked to as models, using different mixtures of paint and chemicals to recreate these far-off formations. Limited to just 39 ties, each one is unique, and measures 2.4" at its widest point.