Japanese street-meets-workwear brand Neighborhood brings back its dope nylon Brooks jacket, this time with a huge Above All Others print at the back in the brand’s logo font. Available in white, red, navy and black. The matching mesh caps are flames too.
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Xeric expands its line with a sweet new series of timepieces. The right side indicates the time in 5-minute increments, while left-hand dials include a 24-hour display and a 60-second stopwatch. Available in round and square cases and a variety of leather and mesh straps.
Dakota Stitch & Design makes bags and other accessories out of used firefighter uniforms, aka bunker gear. Nicole Gibson started the business after her husband, a firefighter, refused to buy expensive diaper bags. She made do with what she had, and the rest is history.
A stylish and practical handmade accessory. The Ruler Bracelet comes in 14″ or 16″ sizes and has both imperial and metric measurements. Choose from brown or black with a stud or a magnetic clasp. You can also pay extra to engrave up to 55 characters on it.
White Mountaineering’s laid back take on the samue, the traditional work attire of Japanese Zen Buddhist monks. The oversized shirt is made of lightweight denim with a washed finish and has beautiful patterns on its placket. It also has a built-in adjustable waist clasp.
Named for the first man ever in space, cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin, this substantial 45mm wrist watch features a rotating image of earth in the middle, as viewed from above the North Pole, as well as both 12-hour and 24-hour dials. Winding provides a 31-hour power reserve.
Under Armour’s new hiking boots are handsome enough to wear on level ground. But they’re not all bark. They’ve got a lightweight textile upper with a Gore-Tex membrane, a foam overlay for a snug fit, a foam insole, dual density EVA midsole, and a Michelin outsole.
Turns out you can hug fire. Adidas’ loose and wooly sweater isn’t for everyone, but if you can pull it off, people won’t be able to stop touching you. Or at least wiping their hands on you. It only comes in chocolate brown because it’s already perfect that way.
First released in 1987 for cliff divers and water sports enthusiasts, the comfy and eye-catching Aqua Sock became a street hit. Now it’s back with more muted colors – although there’s still one in bright orange – a foam heel guard and a more practical segmented outsole.