Do you like sporty digital watches and stylish analog ones? Why not wear both simultaneously? Philip Stein’s dual digi model is water resistant to 100 ft, with a cheerful rubber strap and luminescent hands and markers.
A sturdy belt that uses a durable aluminum buckle with a powerful neodymium magnetic catch. It closes easily, but holds strong. Like many things these days, it doubles as a bottle opener. We particularly love the carbon fiber edition.
A diving watch inspired by aircraft instrument gauges. The COURG has a titanium case, sapphire crystal cover, Seiko NH-35A movement that draws power from your movements with a 41h reserve and a leather or nylon strap.
Covair’s versatile timepiece includes easily swappable faces and bands which snap into place in seconds. The starter kit includes a stainless watch case, white and grey watch faces, and a stainless, brown leather and grey nato straps.
The people’s shoe receives tech from parent company Nike. With a Lunarlon sockliner, a foam-padded collar and a perforated micro suede liner, the Chucks II should be significantly more comfortable than the original. Drops 7/28.
This ruggedly handsome waxed canvas and leather bag is superbly lightweight, with space for a 15″ laptop, notebooks, and small gadgets, and has a smartphone pocket and large compartment which can be accessed with the bag closed.
Filling Pieces’ casual sneakers have a long tongue and come in a variety of fabric and leather uppers – woven, aniline, nubuck, full grain – different heel trims and colorways to suit just about every style.
Watches with an upscale look that won’t break the bank, Hemera’s stainless steel timepieces have a sporty style, with bold face colors that complement the stitching on their leather bands.