Lightweight yet incredibly stable, these District Vision Keiichi Standard Sunglasses are the result of two years of development. Their rubber frame has a titanium core, as well as an adjustable hypoallergenic rubber nose pad and temple tips to help them stay in place. Shatterproof and scratch-resistant polycarbonate D+ lenses have an anti-reflective coating on the inside, an oleophobic coating to repel water and oil, and come in light-blocking District Sky or yellow for low-light wear. Tested in NYC, made in Japan.
Width: 5.34" / Depth: 5.51" / Height: 1.91" / Weight: 0.78 oz.
Although its still hand-assembled in Detroit, the Shinola Canfield Chrono Watch is unlike any of the brand's other timepieces. It's the company's first chronograph made using a top loaded case construction, allowing for a more refined display. Protected by a double curve sapphire crystal, the clean black dial is adorned with applied Arabic numerals and delicate diamond-cut hands — all powered by a quartz movement. A clean coin-edge bezel, gold details, and hand-sewn dark cognac leather strap cap off the vintage aesthetic.
Named for its bright green SuperLuminova numerals and indications, the Urwerk Ur-105 Kryptonite Watch is all about contrast. Its 39.5mm octagonal case is crafted from matte black AlTiN-coated titanium, creating a dramatic look, and has a catch on the top you need to slide to reveal the wandering hour mechanism. Twin pneumatic turbines on the back regulate the self-winding rate, allowing you to harness slight movements, only more vigorous motion, or turn it completely off for manual winding.
It's nowhere near the price of Paul Newman's Daytona, but this Rolex would set the record for most expensive Submariner ever sold. A 1956 model, it's a reference 6538, otherwise known as the "James Bond" for its appearance on the wrist of Sean Connery in Dr. No. Making it more unique are its lack of bezel, "Explorer" dial with Latin numerals at 3, 6, and 9, excellent patina, and meters-first depth rating in red instead of white. It is offered at Christie's Exceptional Watch auction in New York.
Club Monaco Packable Windbreaker ($259).
Club Monaco Twill Baseball Hat ($40).
Club Monaco Wide Striped Tee ($33).
Club Monaco Swim Trunks ($90).
Club Monaco Leather Sneakers ($99).
Illesteva Leonard Sunglasses ($177).
Moby Dick Book ($24).
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The Yeezy 500 Super Moon Yellow sold out at retail but you can still find your size on StockX. A live marketplace for premium items like collectible sneakers, streetwear, and watches, StockX connects buyers and seller with stock market-like mechanics. Buyers submit their bids and sellers submit asking prices and when the two prices match a transaction happens automatically. The seller then ships to StockX, and their team reviews each item for authenticity and condition, before shipping it to you. You can rest easy knowing that every pair from StockX is 100% verified authentic and you can flex on all your friends because you just snagged the hottest pair of kicks at a great price.
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A good pillow can be the difference between a night of restful sleep and a literal pain in the neck. The team at Casper knows this and designed a pillow that provides comfort and support regardless of your sleeping position. They've invented a unique pillow-in-pillow with a firm inner core and a soft outer shell. Thanks to the even fill distribution of silky fibers, the pillow won't lose its shape. It's also finished with breathable percale cotton to keep airflow moving and your pillow cool. It's even machine washable. Take advantage of the 100-night trial, and if you don't love it, Casper will give you a free refund.
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The Timex Waterbury Classic Chronograph is named for the Connecticut city where the iconic company got its start in 1854. The timepiece is a standout in the Waterbury line, featuring a highly visible dial with chronograph function and date window along with quartz analog movement that keeps impeccable time. Each timepiece includes a 40mm polished stainless steel case, croco-pattern leather strap, and INDIGLO Night-Light to keep you updated in low light conditions. The Waterbury Classic Chronograph is also available with a matte black case and black or white dial, and a polished case with rose-gold accents and black dial.
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Made at Leica's headquarters in Wetzlar, Germany, the new L1 & L2 Watches take the company's keen design sense beyond the world of photography. Both models are manually-wound, with movements developed in collaboration with Lehmann Präzision that can be seen through sapphire crystal case backs. A ruby set into the push-to-set crown recalls the iconic red dot, while the power reserve indicator is similar to one of the company's past light meters. A 41mm stainless steel case is shared between the two models, and while the L2 gains a GMT function via an internal rotating bezel, the two are very similar, with precise indices and hands, a dedicated pusher for advancing the date, and a style that's unmistakably Leica.
Some athletes need battery life that's measured in days, not hours. The Suunto 9 was built with them in mind. It has three battery modes that offer from 25 hours to five days of battery life, and intelligent software to help you switch in between them. It pulls off this trick with a proprietary FusedTrack algorithm that combines motion and GPS data to accurately track your movements while reducing GPS power. It also has over 80 sport modes, a built-in heart rate monitor, a barometer, and a rugged case waterproof to 100 meters.
The classic summer slide has never been more efficient. These Stash Slides from Nike not only feature a soft foam sole for lightweight cushioning and slide-on convenience but add a zip pocket at the strap for storage of smaller important items. Please don't call it a fanny pack for your feet.
Made in Canada and a standout in the wings+horns summer shop, Loop Knit is a textured Japanese jersey with a texture that gives it substance, while a smooth foundation keeps it highly breathable in warm weather. The fabric is featured on their understated pullover, subtle long sleeve, and refined short sleeve shirt and made using 100% cotton.
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Immortalized on screen by Jeff Bridges in The Big Lebowski, Vuarnet's The Dude sunglasses will add some laid back vibes to your summer wardrobe. Dubbed model 03, the silhouette was originally launched in 1962 and was inspired by the oversized aviators of US Air Force pilots. The frames are made from a tough shape memory nylon for comfort and have integrated monobloc hinges as well as a removable bridge insert, while the grey polar lenses offer maximum protection against glare whether it's coming from the sun or your lighter. Made in France.
Lens Width: 56 / Bridge Width: 19 / Arm Length: 140
The ideal brush is one you'll actually want to use (twice) every day. Named one of the TIME's Best Inventions, quip is the slim, simple, and surprisingly enjoyable electric toothbrush designed to help you brush better, from just $25. Its sensitive sonic vibration pulses every 30 seconds for 2 full minutes to guide a full clean in hard to reach places. quip's nifty cover mounts to mirrors at home and hygienically stores your brush for travel in a bag or carry-on. When you subscribe, you'll get fresh brush heads automatically delivered on a dentist-recommended schedule — when your old bristles become dirty and ineffective — starting at $5 every 3 months with free shipping worldwide.
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Founded in Southern California with the Pacific Ocean close by, Nixon continues to have its fingers on the pulse of surfing culture. The Base Tide Pro is evidence of this, perfect for wave riders with 550 pre-programmed tides and sunrise and sunset locations that are accurate for the next 15 years. And the watch one of the toughest Nixon has ever released, made with a TR90 case, water-resistant pushers, and a 24mm custom injection molded silicone band with a patented double-locking looper and stainless steel buckle to stand up to the biggest wipeouts. The Base Tide Pro is water-resistant to 100 meters and available in seven different colors.
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A collaboration between the German company and New York-based designer, these Adidas x Alexander Wang Reissue Run Sneakers combine a host of different materials in an interesting way. The uppers are made from a mix of suede, nylon, and mesh, with a toggle lacing system that fastens at the heel. They're finished with a block of red on the cushioned sole and a Trefoil tread pattern for the black rubber outsole.
As smartwatches have matured, the benefits of having a computer on your wrist have become clear. So clear, in fact, that some watch aficionados have given up their beloved mechanical timepieces. The Montblanc Twin Smart Watch Strap aims to append a digital solution to your traditional watch. It has a curved OLED display housed in a stainless steel case that doubles as the clasp. It can display phone notifications, tracks your activity, and handles mobile payments, or pretty much everything you'd want a smartwatch for anyway, without the need to put your mechanical piece in a drawer. Available in 22 or 20mm widths with your choice of four different straps.
Using the Hublot Big Bang Referee Watch, referees at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia will be able to use goal-line technology to determine whether or not a ball crossed the line right from their wrists. It also has specialized functions for tracking stoppage time and substitutions, while regular fans get notified of every goal and access to a host of live stats. Built on Google's Wear OS and powered by an Intel chip, it clocks in at a hefty 49mm, with a titanium case and sapphire crystal protecting the 35.5mm round AMOLED display. Limited to just 2018 examples, it's finished with a black rubber strap.
For when you want the look of a $150,000 Rolex Milsub but would rather wear it on your wrist than keep it in a safe. Vague Watch Co.'s Black Submariner has a darkened steel case with a brushed finish that's designed to look aged, along with military style "sword" hands and applied "gilt" hour and permiter markers with vintage patina'd coloring. The 40mm watch has a near-silent Japanese quartz movement, a classic domed crystal, rotating bezel, and screw-down crown. Water resistant up to 100m, it arrives with both black and olive 20mm nylon NATO straps.
Made for the mountain yet stylish enough for 007 — who wore a pair in his most recent outing on film — Vuarnet's Glacier sunglasses are a performance shade that can go from the slopes to the streets. The moderately-sized frame is made from a mix of stainless steel and acetate, with a natural leather side case that clips on and off magnetically. Blue Polarlynx lenses add to the steely look, and the natural leather cord ensures they don't go flying off during evasive maneuvers.
Lens Width: 54 / Bridge Width: 18 / Arm Length: 125
It's now possible to explore and wear all the luxury watches you've wanted to wear without having to commit to just one. Eleven James is a luxury watch subscription club that allows its members to select the finest timepieces from storied brands like Rolex, Patek Philippe, and Audemars Piguet to wear for three months at a time. The company maintains a robust selection of watches from classics like the Rolex Submariner to ones that embody luxury sport like the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak, opening up its library for members to cycle through. Suitable for watch novices and experts alike, the process is seamless and the company's in-house curation team is available to members to help them navigate all the ends of the luxury watch world.
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Vague Watch Co.'s Grey Fade Submariner gets its name from the dark grey bezel insert, meant to mimic the sought-after "ghost bezel" effect found on the faded black bezels of well-worn vintage sport watches. Adding to the vintage look are intentional but subtle distressing marks of the case sides. It's built with an automatic movement, meaning you'll never have to change a battery, as the watch is powered by the movement of your arm during wear. With a stainless steel case, a screw-down back, and a 100-meter depth rating, the watch is also rugged enough to handle some serious time in the water. On top of that, it ships with a sharp military-inspired case, watch tool, and a classic nylon NATO strap to switch out with the stainless oyster band.
Made from 100% Kevlar — a material with a strength to weight ratio 5x stronger than steel — Vollebak has re-engineered their iconic 100 Year Hoodie into a jacket. The new edition of the garment that can survive brutal temperatures but still be as soft and comfortable as your favorite cotton sweater has added a full-length zipper along with four front pockets with giant two-way zippers. Each hoodie takes 28 weeks to make and is designed to last the rest of your life. Available in black granite or pale yellow raw, each hoodie's color is unique and will subtly change over time due to sunlight exposure, so it's continuously evolving — just like you.
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Like their popular backpacks, the Mismo M/S Cardholder combines understated design with element-fighting materials. Its body is made from waterproof ballistic nylon, with black bridle leather trim, 100% cotton lining, and an added water-repellent coating. Good for front pocket use, it has three card slots on either side with an open pocket in the middle for bills.
Length: 3.94" / Height: 2.95" / Width: 0.20"