Ministry of Supply Going Places Bomber ($235).
Ministry of Supply Atlas T-Shirt ($40).
Ministry of Supply Momentum Chino ($125).
AER Flight Pack ($150).
Bellroy Card Sleeve Wallet ($55).
Wood Wood Wool Beanie ($75).
Raf Simons x Adidas Sneakers ($400).
Presented by Ministry of Supply.
Neighborhood Baseball jacket ($335).
Leather Head Baseball Glove ($275).
Louisville Slugger Maple Baseball Bat ($50).
Killspencer Leather Baseball ($109).
Reigning Champ x New Era Hat ($60).
Carhartt WIP Sid Pants ($125).
Nike Flyknit Sneakers ($130).
Cutler and Gross Sunglasses ($500).
To build a watch that can stand up to the demands of the world's top athletes, Nixon enlisted the help of Mitchell Hall, retired US Navy SEAL, and other special ops soldiers. The digital timepiece features a 46mm watch case made from stainless steel and a custom injected molding that keeps it waterproof to 100 meters. And for your covert operations, the Regulus has an easy to read, large, backlit LCD screen with brightness control. It also boasts dual chronographs and a battery that will last up to five years. Available in black, gunmetal, and sand.
Presented by Nixon.
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Presented by Keeps.
Timberland Diamond River Down Jacket ($168).
Timberland Squam Lake Chino ($78).
Timberland Walnut Hill Water-Resistant Backpack ($130).
Timberland Killington Hiker Boots ($130).
Yeti 26oz Rambler Bottle ($40).
Olympus PEN-F Mirrorless Camera ($1,548).
Field Notes Notebook ($13).
Presented by Timberland.