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Cole Haan Zerogrand Stitchlite Wingtip Oxford

Their fusion of a running shoe-derived outsole and a leather upper gave Cole Haan one of the comfiest dress shoes around. Their Cole Haan Zerogrand Stitchlite Wingtip Oxford kicks it up another couple of notches with a new single-piece of stretch knit material that’s lighter, more breathable, and offers better lateral stability. The shoe’s flex outsole mimics the natural motion of the foot just as well and rubber pods at the forefoot and heel increase traction whether you’re walking across sleek office floors or running a few blocks to catch a bus. Available in Marine Blue (shown), Black, Burnt Orange, Ironstone (grey), and White, all paired with an Ivory-colored outsole.

Check out the full lineup at Cole Haan – $180

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Grovemade Watch 02

Nearly all of Grovemade’s work features wood in one way or another. Naturally so does the Grovemade Watch 02 in the form of a concave CNC-milled dial, though it sits behind the timepiece’s lens and stainless steel case in black, raw silver, or plated gold, to make it as easy to care for as a watch made of more traditional materials. This face is available in either Eastern Hardrock Maple or Oregon Claro Walnut and hides the Japanese-built quartz Miyota 5Y26 movement beneath that tracks time accurately for several years on a button cell. Coupled to vegetable-tanned leather straps the Watch 02 is an attention-grabbing wrist piece in a unique, organic sort of way.

Learn more at Grovemade – $150+

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Victorinox I.N.O.X. Carbon Watch

Timepieces in Victorinox’ I.N.O.X. collection are already put through the paces with well over one hundred stress tests. The only way we’d figure they can make them stronger is to use the material that protects the space shuttle from burning up during re-entry, and that’s precisely what they’ve done with the Victorinox I.N.O.X. Carbon series. The carbon resin composite used is strikingly unique, with a rugged matte-black appearance that’s subtly marbled and that makes the watch look as durable as it is. A triple-coated sapphire crystal lens caps the front and, along with the case, shields the watch from drops, shocks, scratches, water (to 200 meters), and probably everything else you’ll encounter. Available with or without a Naimakka paracord bracelet that can be unravelled if you’re ever in a bind and in need of some very strong rope.

Find it at Victorinox – $950

GET IT: $950

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Ressence Type 1² Squared

If you know of Ressence you’ll instantly recognize their latest watch, the Ressence Type 1² Squared. Just like their previous timepieces the automatic Type 1² Squared breaks time down across several orbiting dials, the largest straddling the face’s perimeter showing minutes, the next in size displaying hours, and the two smaller disks representing seconds and the day of the week. Where it differs from other Ressence timepieces is first in its dressier complex square shape, born of the intersection of six spheres, as well as in thinness made possible thanks to both the absence of a look-through sapphire caseback (though it’s got a domed sapphire lens on the front) and the addition of a new retractable lever used to set the time. Despite its distinctive design it’s highly legible both in the day and even at night with Superluminova applied to all hands and markers. Available in four colors: silver, night blue, champagne, and ruthenium.

Find it at Ressence Watches – roughly $15,725

GET IT: ~$15,725

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Mahabis Luxe Slippers

They’re as comfortable (if not more so) than your indoor slippers. Just that Mahabis Luxe Slippers are equally suited to the outdoors. They feature a supple leather upper and a cushioned insole, with a 100% sheep’s wool lining that essentially wraps your foot in a cloud. With a collapsible neoprene heel they can be slipped on easy while offering the potential for a greater hold, and their outdoor soles are detachable, making them even lighter in weight for indoor use.

Find it at Mahabis in Black or Beige – $182

GET IT: $182

Sports & Outdoors

Lululemon Stay Puff Parka

One obvious word to describe the Lululemon Stay Puff Parka is clean. While its minimal branding and smooth lines might deceive onlookers this jacket is both warm and highly functional thanks to a 700-fill-power goose down behind waterproof, seam-sealed Glyde fabric that together provides lightweight heat retention in whatever weather. Details like a hood plus wrist and neck gaiters keep heat in where it matters most and inner silicone grips minimize twisting or riding up. Available in the only color you’d want it in: black.

Find it at Lululemon – $498 [via]

GET IT: $498

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TAG Heuer Carrera Heuer-01 Full Black Matte Ceramic

Like its predecessors in the Carrera 01 family, the TAG Heuer Carrera Heuer-01 Full Black Matte Ceramic shows off TAG’s Caliber 01 automatic movement through its skeleton dial. The difference is that this time just about everything besides the movement is made of ceramic that’s micro-blasted to matte black for a very dark and very scratch-resistant finish. Of course sapphire crystal lenses on both sides let you peer into the movement (and see the time). Else the 45mm watch pairs with either a black rubber or matching ceramic strap and features black luminescent hands and hour markers for better visibility (which would otherwise be nigh nonexistent) in the dark.

Available in 2017. Until then, check out other timepieces at Tag Heuer – $6,300

GET IT: $6,300

Apparel

Outlier Co/Weight Pullover Hoodie

It’s devoid of apparent branding, but don’t let that fool you: Outlier’s Co/Weight Pullover Hoodie may be as close to perfect as a hoodie can get. Its knit terry construction combines a matte cotton outer with a soft merino wool inner for a substantial hoodie that looks like it’s made entirely of cotton but that’s better at thermoregulation and at fighting odors than the former alone. It’ll keep you warm, cozy (aided by a kangaroo front pocket and cotton ribbed cuffs), but airy through a wide range of climates, and ages nicely after breaking in.

Find it at Outlier – $225

GET IT: $225

Watches

Timex x Mr Porter Waterbury Watch

One of Timex’ classics, the Waterbury, has a new face. The Timex x Mr Porter Waterbury collaboration gives the watch a clean easy-to-read look that’s adorned with a hint of retro and a domed mineral glass lens. It comes in a new colorway exclusive to Mr Porter, with black-on-black, silver and tan leather, and silver with black leather, each with a stainless steel case and 5 ATM of water resistance. And though you wouldn’t know by looking at them they’re each equipped with Indiglo, which illuminates the dial with blue light when the crown is pushed down for not-so-subtly checking the time past dusk.

Pick one up at Mr Porter – $150 [via]

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Columbia Rogue One Jackets

If they’re warm enough for deep space then they should do the trick on planet earth. Columbia’s Rogue One Jackets take inspiration from characters in the upcoming Star Wars flick, including Jyn Erso’s jacket and vest set, Captain Cassian Andor’s parka, and a breathable rain jacket that’s based off the Imperial Death Trooper costume. They’re all fully functional and perfectly suited to inclement weather, with a removable quilted vest that can be worn alone on Jyn’s jacket, Omni-Heat Reflective and faux fur on the parka and Columbia’s OutDry material on the rain jacket coupled with two-way underarm venting to keep air moving. Some models are sold out online but stock may be available in nearby stores, so get to it if you want one.

Learn more at Columbia – $400

GET IT: $400+

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Burton x South Park Hats

South Park’s been on air for an astounding twenty seasons. The Burton x South Park collection celebrates that milestone with an assortment of accessories pulled straight from the show including Kenny’s hood, Kyle’s green trapper, and both Cartman and Stan’s beanies. They’re all perfectly wearable — as you’d expect of any Burton product — for braving the cold winter months, with a Sherpa fleece lining on the trapper and Thermex bonded fleece with faux fur trim on Kenny’s hood. Pair one of the hats with Burton’s South Park socks or leather mittens for the complete look.

Check out the full collection at Burton – $30+

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Weef Leather Ties

Don a Weef Leather Tie and we’re fairly certain people will notice. Each of this Cape Town startup’s skinny ties is handmade of premium full grain leather that’ll probably last forever and age nicely (like leather tends to). They come in six colors that span (from left to right) brown, grey, navy, as well as (not shown) oxblood, black, and cognac, and require little maintenance. Though to sharpen up just iron over your tie on low heat with a pure cotton ironing cloth for a crisp, clean look.

Pick one up at Weef – $84

GET IT: ~$84

Sports & Outdoors

BUMI Base Layer

With the short-sleeve BUMI Base Layer you no longer have to sacrifice comfort for convenience. Made from a technical polyester fabric that’s stitched together with flatlock seams, the Base Layer is soft, antimicrobial, quick to wick away sweat, and packs down neatly into a compact form that can easily hide in a bag or pocket. The mesh compartment into which to stash the shirt also doubles as a pocket while worn. It’s the epitome of functional clothing designed for travel and experiencing the outdoors. Part of a limited 100-piece run, so act fast if you want one.

Learn more at BUMI – $18

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