A stylish leather belt that doubles as a gadget charger. The XOO Belt can hold a total of 2,100 mAh of charge, so you can top up your phone while it’s in your pocket. The ratchet mechanism lets you adjust the belt in 0.25″ increments.
A minimalist smartwatch. Instead of an electronic display, Nevo has an analog watch face. It can track steps, distance, calories and swimming strokes, but displays the result through LEDs on the hour markers or on its mobile app.
Wait a minute. Doc, are you telling us ThinkGeek built a time-telling machine…out of a flux capacitor? This officially licensed Back to the Future watch displays the date on an LCD screen, while 12 dots of light show the time.
A bold and stylish timepiece you can wear every day. Features a gold-tone case with matching hour indicators, and a black leather strap. The black-on-black hands and angled crown help separate it from the crowd.
Supreme goes all-in on paisley with its winter collaboration with The North Face. The collection features parkas, sleeping bags, mule slippers, gloves and suitcases in black, red or blue paisley print. Goes on sale 11/20.
A beautifully handmade full-grain leather bag for your notebook, tablet, and other everyday gear. Finished with brass hardware, and lined with pigskin, each one is made to order. Choose from 14″ or 16″ in dark brown or tobacco.
Mansfield has set out to create a line of stylish, everyday timepieces which are also durable. Waterproof to 10ATM, the watches are just the right balance of modern minimalism and classic styling. Priced so well, you can buy a few.
Shinola’s first titanium wristwatch, the Black Blizzard features a bold, highly legible face, with sweep, small seconds, stopwatch and a turning bezel. Comes with both a titanium and black rubber strap, in either 48mm or 42mm sizes.
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