Guidi & Rosellini's 1907 Shoes and 1918 Boots are truly an investment that will pay for itself with wear.
The Jack Purcell gets ready for the rain with a Converse First String collaboration with Hancock Vulcanized Articles.
If you're all about traveling light, Zero Halliburton's just-released Air II collection might be your favorite new roller.
No longer a super limited release, Outlier brings back one of their best styles, the 60/30 Blazer. Available in Midnight Grey or Olive, the jacket is made from their 60/30 fabric that moves and stretches with you and stays nice and tidy with its self-cleaning NanoSphere treatment.
Reigning Champ breaks out a fresh set of new colorways and patterns for Spring/Summer '14. Bright reds and powder blues make their way to a number of their styles while geometric patterns and camo bring bold touches to their highly coveted basics.
adidas continues its ongoing work with Kazuki Kuraishi on a new version of the Centaur trainer. The updated version gets a high-tech upper made from a fused dot-print nylon combined with a reflective 3M panel that comes in your choice black or tech grey.
They might not be a household name, but watches like this gorgeous Perpetual Calendar in black DLC-coated titanium will definitely bring some eyes over to H.
Hard Graft definitely knows a few things about functionality. Their new 2Pack bag is a laptop bag rich with features and has the flexibility of being carried in three ways.
FEIT may have just come up with one of the best looking luxury sneakers on the market. Their Bio Trainer 1 not only 100% handmade, but has an upper made from a single piece of leather (or suede) and features a sole made from the milk of a rubber tree.
London watchmaker Struthers celebrates one of the most respected automotive marques in the business with an elegant timepiece inspired by the trench-style watches popularized in the 1900s.
Looks like Yamaha noticed all the excitement over its vintage cafe racers as the company brings back one of its most famous models stateside, the SR400.
Neil Young finally reveals his hi-fi digital music player and service, Pono. Pono centers around a music player which contains 128GBs of storage and has a memory card slot for additional storage and will be coupled with their own music service that will feature high-res music from both a number of major and independent labels.
CalypsoTag takes the luggage tag to the next level with a low-power Bluetooth 4.0 chip to connect with your bag so you never lose track of your carry-on.
This summer, Casio takes to the seas with their latest premium G-Shock, the Gulfmaster. Available this summer, the 45mm watch features barometric pressure and tide graphs, 20 Bar water resistance, Tough Solar charging, 29 time zone world time, temperature, stop watch, and multi-band timekeeping.
Handmade by their Co-Op workshop in Tel Aviv, Israel, Apolis releases a collection of leather accessories.
Our Legacy rethinks the deck shoe and brings their own take with a low-profile aesthetic and premium materials.
Stutterheim readies its newest jacket, the all-weather Inferno. Handmade from a single waxed fabric from the British Midlands, the Inferno is a versatile jacket you'll definitely want within arm's reach when it cools down and starts to get a little wet out there.
Norse Projects new collection of jeans is denim as they should be. Well made, simple, and devoid of anything excessive or any questionable branding.
Handsome, rugged, and built to last, Ghurka's Cargo II bag from their new Norwalk Collection is made from military-grade herringbone twill with walnut leather trim and has a removable interior pocket and a tough canvas lining.
Errolson Hugh's ongoing project with Italian fashion brand Herno launches its latest line of low-profile technical outerwear for Spring/Summer '14.