Originally released in the ’80s, this diving watch features designer Giorgetto Giugiaro’s trademark asymmetrical strap placement and a case grip to make it easier to rotate the bezel underwater. Available with a silver- or gold-coated case, each limited to 2,000 pieces.
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Designer Michael “DinoMike” Buxton combines two iconic Japanese images, as Gojira himself stomps through the Great Wave off Kanagawa. Available on t-shirts, notebooks, wall art, phone cases, tote bags, throw pillows, and even an awesome duvet cover for your bed.
Get your pocket under control with Modest Mark’s elegant and minimal wallet which provides quick access to up to 8 cards or a mix of cash and bills. It’s made from Italian crazy horse leather and a sturdy polyester canvas inside, and has a loop for a small keychain.
These cufflinks made from genuine U.S. nickels look cool enough on their own, but when you realize you can use them to sneak around secret documents inside their hidden compartments, they’re just that much cooler. Perfect for James Bond and other secret agent types.
Bell & Ross’ first square diving watch. The BR 03-92 Diver is water-resistant up to 1000ft. It’s also shock- and magnetic-resistant and has a unidirectional rotating bezel that can be used to time dives. It comes with a rubber strap with a buckle and a fabric strap with a Velcro closure.
Transform your basic black Apple Watch into a wearable piece of neo-futurist art with one of Joy Complex’s metal covers. They’re available in cast bronze or silver with a patina finsh, or shiny or distressed cast copper. You can find the watch bands shown over on Amazon.
There’s nothing worse than being caught out in an unexpected downpour, then getting to your destination to find all the stuff in your backpack is wet. Worry no more when you choose any of the awesome weatherproof packs over on Everyday Carry’s latest shopping list.
Mitchell & Ness‘ dope but pricey collection plasters the colors and logos of MLB and NHL teams on retro basketball shorts. They’re made of 2-ply polyester mesh and have side pockets and striped trims at the waistband and leg holes. Ducks and Sharks please!
Outlier uses its highly water-resistant Supermarine cotton fabric to create a simple rolltop bag. Put wet clothing in the Supermarine Rollie to keep your other belongings dry. The bag is breathable enough that the items inside will still dry, preventing mold and foul odors.
New Balance improves upon its hiking shoes with a warm and snug textile and suede upper, a soft heel collar that makes it easier to put the shoes on, and an outsole made from recycled rubber. There’s also a mesh and suede version for warmer climates.
A hot new colorway of Puma’s laceless Disc Blaze sneaker, created in collaboration with Japanese retailer Atmos. We love the combination of forest green camouflage suede and electric green details, which will ensure these shoes will definitely be seen.
State Bicycle Co.’s backpack is decked out in sprinkle-covered donuts, just like the one Homer snarfs down. The weatherproof Cordura bag offers an expandable roll-top, a reflective front panel, and pockets for a water bottle, a bicycle U-lock, and a padded one for a laptop.
Japanese brand Prospective Flow gave the traditional haori jacket a more casual trim as part of its 2017 Spring/Summer collection. The hemp and cotton shirts have a slim cut with dropped shoulders, cropped sleeves and a rounded hem. Available in indigo and black.