Built to withstand the cold Minnesota winter, the Padron Hennepin Watch is an outstanding blend of rugged and refined. It starts with the 45mm case, made from 316L surgical-grade stainless steel, and extends to the clean, easily-readable dial with superluminous hands. Other features include your choice of a Swiss-made Quartz or 24 jewel automatic movement, a 20mm genuine leather band, a Sapphire cover with antireflective cover, and water resistance down to 100 meters, or way farther than you need to be diving when you're ice fishing.
Any child of the '80s will no doubt remember seeing — if not actually owning — a Timex Ironman watch. Now you can wear one once again without the shame of the cheap digital display with the Timex Ironman One GPS+ Watch. Unlike most smartwatches, this one is designed to work without your phone, offering a color touchscreen, Bluetooth for connection to heart-rate monitors and headphones, 4GB of built-in storage for music, Instafix GPS for real-time pace and distance with the ability to upload your data to RunKeeper, and a cellular data connection to let you send and receive texts.
We've seen waterproof watches before, but this is ridiculous. Built to commemorate James Cameron's solo dive to the bottom of the Mariana Trench, the Rolex Deepsea Sea-Dweller D-Blue Dial Watch sports a Ringlock case that enables it to stay waterproof down to a staggering 12,800 feet. Other features include a two-color gradient dial that goes from blue to black — signifying the change in water color during the historic dive — as well as a helium escape valve for decompression and a blue Chromalight display that ensures readability in even the darkest of environments.