Off the chain mail. Eyes & Sins’ dope screen-printed undershirts are finally back in stock. You can wear them on their own (they even have a chest pocket), but they’re great as a base layer, thanks to the light and absorbent Tencel fabric.
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Save 50% off the original price on Withings’ analog fitness tracking wristwatch. Tracks your activities and displays feedback on its secondary dial, and stores your fitness and sleep history in the companion smartphone app. Lasts up to 8 months between charges.
We wouldn’t recommend skateboarding on these, but the laceless versions of Vans‘ bestselling silhouettes make for great walking shoes. Both the Old Skool and the SK8-Hi have a large elastic strap, leather upper, padded collar and the comfy Ultracush insole.
May might have come and gone, but there were some great products which surfaced during the month over at Everyday Carry that we thought were well worth sharing. Whether you’re looking for a watch, a wallet, a knife, or a fidget spinner, they’ll help you get kitted out.
In its onslaught of Boosts and Gazelle spinoffs, adidas forgot that they made the German army trainer. The brand with three stripes will soon rectify that mistake with a re-release of the BW Army in classic leather and suede. Drops 6/16/17 in black or white.
Our new go-to wallet, the leather Wally Micro is almost like carrying almost nothing. Just a hair larger than your cards, yet capable of holding up to 10 of them, along with paper money, it’s the perfect wallet for those who like to travel light, and bulge-free. Plus, it’s reversible.
White hot. The Jordan brand adds to its Premium Essentials line with a cream-colored version of the original Air Jordans. True to its name, Retro High OG Sail bears the Nike Air logo on its tongue and insole instead of the Jumpman. The shoe drops 6/20/17 for $160.
An improved version of the space exploration-themed shoe. The Mars Yard 2.0 has a new knit mesh upper to go with the suede panels, as well as an outsole based on the Special Field Boot. For now, it’s exclusive to the NikeCraft Space Camp, but it will also retail for $200.
Kids get bored so easily. Here’s a fun activity to keep them occupied. While we prefer the demonic red piping on Wicked Clothes‘ ringer shirts, they’re also available in a wide variety of colors over at illustrator Steven Rhodes’ shop for 3 bucks less. The notebook is great too.