Designer Jordy Smith’s stylish, but high-tech watch offers an innovative “Suffer and Recover” mode, which helps you interval train, and also tracks tide predictions for 200+ beaches around the world.
They’ll know you mean business when you wear this substantial watch from Vestal. It’s crafted from surgical-grade stainless steel and fastened to your wrist with a classic leather band. Ships 8/1/2010.
Vestal Vision is the brand’s first foray into eyewear; all six styles can be previewed online now, and feature Vestal’s own unisex take on classics such as the Aviator and Wayfarer.
Vestal’s De Novo chronograph lives up to its name with a fresh and bold black or silver 48mm stainless steel case and band; it’s Vestal’s first watch with a day register and date window.
Bold, black, and bare of any numerals or indices, Vestal’s ZR3 is a minimalist redo of its giant Zeppelin ZR3 line; it sports a blacked-out 52mm stainless steel case and 3-link band.
Loosely based on the MIL-W-46374, Vestal’s imaginative Sticky Bomb Watch features a 36mm stainless case and a giant velcro-buckle 53mm wide canvas strap with anti-glare cover.
The Vestal Surveyor’s all-black face gobbles up light, emphasizing its sleek, stainless steel case; a hydraulically stamped dial and leather strap serve as subtle accents.
Vestal is best known for their vintage-style watches, but they their hats cut a mean profile too: the Fitzpatrick Fedora features a sweet all-over Amp print; also available as a Military Cap.
The calculator watch makes a mathemagical comeback with Vestal’s Calcutron; with a chiseled stainless steel case and steel expansion band, it’ll let you geek in style.
If you’re hankering for old-school surfer culture (or station wagons), Vestal’s ultra-wide Saint Watches feature a wood-grained backdrop; they’re available in light brown and dark brown.
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