The standout of this outfit is the Todd Snyder Double Layer Popover Sweatshirt In Black. The sweatshirt is made from a dual fold jersey with an elevated heather texture. It also features kangaroo pockets, and a full-size hood, with a hand-tied cotton tubular tape drawstring. We've paired this outfit with a slub oxford from Alex Mill, and J. Crew's New Balance 1400 sneakers in raw steel. This outfit is perfect for the coming season.1. Sweatshirt: Todd Snyder Double Layer Popover Sweatshirt In Black Mix ($138) 2. Shirt: Alex Mill Classic Oxford Shirt - White ($93) 3. Shorts: Todd Snyder Thorpe Gym Short In Dark Charcoal ($125) 4. Shoes: New Balance For J.Crew 1400 Sneakers Raw-Steel ($170) 5. Hat: Ebbets Field Flannels® For J.Crew Brooklyn Eagles Ball Cap ($50) 6. Backpack: Mismo Backpack Navy & Dark Brown ($425) 7. Watch: Miansai M12 Watch ($495) 8. Bracelet: J. Crew x CAPUTO & CO. Hand-Braided Bracelet ($75)
This outfit will be perfect if the weather ever decides to chill out. It is focused around the classic Levi Sequoia King Trucker Jacket and the MKI Single Gray Overcoat. It's finished off nicely with an unassuming Apolis T-Shirt, and one of our favorite denim jeans by Rogue Territory. Accessories are comprised of items from Rayban, Shinola, Caputo, and Miansai.1. Jacket: Levis Trucker Jacket Sequoia King ($90) 2. Overcoat: MKI Single Gray Overcoat ($205) 3. T-Shirt: Apolis Transit Issue Merino T-Shirt - Heather ($68) 4. Denim: Rogue Territory Slub SK 17 OZ ($245) 5. Shoes: New Balance M996DSKI ($150+) 6. Sunglasses: Rayban Custom Aviator Glasses ($180) 7. Wallet: Shinola Classic Bifold Wallet - Bourbon ($225) 8. Bracelet: Caputo & Co. Hand-knotted Chevron Bracelet ($70) 9. Watch: Miansai M12 Watch ($495)
If you're looking to make your next camping trip a lot more comfortable, then you need to take a look at the Base Camp Off-Road Trailer ($10,000). It's a cargo trailer that's built to be off-road and off-grid. All of your camping gear can be kept in a single trailer. Go anywhere on a moments notice. Just backup the trailer, hook it up to your truck, and you're ready to go. It features 120 cubic feet of storage, a shower with a metal hanger for a shower curtain, a dry box for all of your shower essentials, standard RV hookups including water, and electrical, and multiple receiver hitches for things like a portable toilet. It also comes with a kitchen sink, two gas burners, and LED light towers. Everything you need for a wonderful weekend.
If you have a dangerous profession or work in remote places, there is nothing better than having a dual-channel emergency satellite transmitter, that activates with a twist and a pull, strapped to your wrist. The Breitling Emergency II ($17,000+) is the updated version of Breitling's storied watch. It transmits in both 406 MHz, which works with the international Cospas-Sarsat system, and the older 121.5 Mhz, which is useful for making location changes just before visual contact. If your daily activities require frequent flights, or work on ships, mountains, deserts, or ice caps, then you might want to check out the Emergency II.
It's not that big of a deal, but I have an older iMac and if I've previously removed a cable, and I have to plug in my iPhone or tablet to charge, I have to turn the thing around to reach the slots in the back. The Imacompanion Front USB ($25) takes the obvious and makes it a reality. It gives easy access to a front USB port while keeping the minimalist esthetic of the iMac intact. They've got a Kickstarter campaign going on right now so check them out.
Nixon has added a new watch to its lineup, The Nixon 48-20 Chrono, Limited Edition ($550). The refined watch gets its name from a 48mm dial and 200 meter/ 20ATM rating. You can get the watch in all black, gunmetal, and black-will colorways. Only available in limited quantities the Nixon 48-20 limited edition is available from select dealers.