Vans supports the Animal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals with a line of backpacks, caps, t-shirts and special editions of their bestselling sneakers with cat or dog prints on them. Can I get an “Awwwwww?”
Tic lets you reattach shirt buttons in seconds – without the need for a needle and thread – thanks to its tiny plastic teeth. Your repaired buttons will stay on even if your clothes are washed or dry cleaned. Available in six colors.
A shoe insert meant to replace socks. Sole Socks lets you go with the sock-less look while adding cushioning and most importantly absorbing sweat and odor. They’re also machine washable and come in a variety of sizes.
An awesome top from Carhartt WIP that’s perfect for the coming warmer weather. It adds a twist to dress shirts by incorporating the ribbed cuffs usually seen in varsity jackets. Available in blue, white and black.
Uniform Wares appropriates the wide ceramic bezels popularized by high-end chronographs into its trademark minimalist design. Matching brass dials and aluminum hands complete the low-key look. Available in gold, blue and black.
An unusual name for equally unusual clothing. Stone Island Shadow Project’s cotton trousers have two large flaps that pull off the new basketball shorts and knee high socks steeze on its own. The flaps also hide large pockets.
If MWC timepieces are good enough for the military and anti-terrorist units, they’re good enough for us. This one is based on a classic 1950′s NATO spec watch, with brushed stainless case and 21 jewel automatic movement.