The holocaust of WWII has been the backdrop of many a great movie, but there has never been one that looked at it quite like Schindler's List ($17). In war torn Poland, Oskar Schindler becomes increasingly concerned for his Jewish workforce after seeing for himself how they are being persecuted by the Nazis. He uses his contacts, and a lot of bribery, to ensure that he keeps Jews on his employment list and thus saves them from the horror of the gas chambers. Directed by Steven Spielberg and boasting outstanding performances from Liam Neeson, Ben Kingsley and Ralph Fiennes, it is Liam Neeson and supporting actor for Fiennes.
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The SOG Snarl Knife ($31) is a great little blade. It was designed in conjunction with Jason Brous, a custom knife maker and machinist. The Snarl has a sheepsfoot shape, is 4.3" long, uses a 2.3" 9CR18M0V stainless steel blade and includes a molded nylon sheath which allows you to carry it on your belt. This little guy is perfect as an everyday carry knife.
If you're looking for an affordable selvedge jean then you have to look at one of my favorites the J. Crew 770 Raw Selvedge. It has a slim cut but offers a little more room in the thighs for a comfortable wear when you're going to be doing a lot of walking around town.1. Shirt: J. Crew Nautical-Striped Heathered T-Shirt ($40) 2. Denim: J. Crew 770 Raw Selvedge Jean ($175) 3. Shoes: Converse 70s All-Star in Mono White ($70) 4. Tote: Mismo Large Shuttle Tote ($215) 5. Wallet: Tanner Goods Utility Bifold Indigo Two Tone ($105) 6. Sunglasses: Warby Parker Jennings Sunglasses ($95)
The EQT's have been around since the 1990's, but they've just gotten a new reissue to bring them into the 21st century. The shoes were originally inspired by city marathons but the new release looks to be a fashion statement as well. The Adidas EQT Support 'Copenhagen' - Nomad Red ($135) feature a complete Nomad Red upper sitting on a white midsole with three matching stripes. The thing you'll notice most about these shoes is the detailing. The monochrome combination of the ribbon Adidas stripes, suede overlays, and mesh underlays are perfect. This run of the Adidas EQT Support are also available in Nomad Yellow, Black, and Tribe Blue & White Vapour.
Traveling with Wellies is a pain. Usually these boots are cumbersome and hard to pack, but know the Foldable Japanese Rubber Boots ($130) help take care of that problem. Their flexibility allows you to roll them up and stash them in a drawer, suitcase, or neatly tuck them away in your hallway. These shoes will take up no more space than a standard pair of running shoes. But don't forget these are premium rubber boots,?designed to withstand the toughest, dirtiest work you can throw at them.