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Style Pick: American Giant Sweatshirt

Quality and fit: that sums up American Giant, a small company from San Francisco. As of now, the brand only sells a variety of affordable, long-lasting basic sweatshirt styles, all handmade in America. Unlike other brands who skimp on labor costs to keep prices low, American Giant doesn’t operate stores and spends absolutely nothing on…

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Style Pick: Acne Everest Shoulder Bag

There are times when your casual gym duffel bag just won’t do. Weekend getaways and overnight soirees come to mind. Enter the Acne Everest, a stylish and functional shoulder bag that’s part of Acne’s Spring/Summer 2012 collection. The canvas bag is fitted with sturdy leather straps to ensure a solid handle on your belongings, and…

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Style Pick: Ben Sherman Plectrum Cramerton Harrington Jacket

Made from well-weighted Cramerton cloth (fabric originally developed for the US Army), the Harrington Jacket from Ben Sherman makes for perfect Spring layering. Detailing like corduroy elbow patches and corozo nut buttons make sure you won’t just be another dapper dan in khaki. Limited to 400 pieces. ~$237 |

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Style Pick: Tod’s Greg Moccasin

Building off an undeniable lineage — Tod’s is still synonymous with the driver — the Greg Moccasin proves the weekend clog can do both back road or boardroom without any fuss. A formal twist on the traditional moc, Tod’s has imbued the Greg with a coat & tie treatment: structured, hand-crafted leather, a lightweight full-rubber…

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Style Pick: Grayers Jersey Polo

When it comes to polo shirts, there’s certainly no shortage of choices. Everyone offers his own variant of the wardrobe essential, but we all know the situation: choose a couple out of season shirts at bargain prices, or the one you really want, which happens to be marred with an uncomfortably high price tag. It’s…

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Style Pick: Theory Arteo Perpetual Cargo Pants

If you insist on keeping cargo pants in your wardrobe rotation, then at least buy a pair that doesn’t look like it was ripped straight off the set of Delta Force. The Arteo Perpuetual cargo pant from Theory packs slanted utility waist pockets, dual button flap pockets in the rear, and the additional thigh pockets…

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Style Pick: Cantarelli Quilted Down Jacket

There’s new jacket style trickling into the men’s fashion circuit that combines the traditional outdoor look of puffy down with the tailored cut of a blazer. For the most part, only high-end brands like Moncler have started to introduce the concept for astronomical price points. Italian brand Cantarelli definitely falls into the same category, but…

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Style Pick: Alexander Olch Spring/Summer 2012 Scarf Collection

Menswear accessory designer Alexander Olch has released a new line of spring scarves for the first time. Like popular ties and pocket squares, all of the scarves are designed in handmade in NYC. Pair one with a blazer in a couple of weeks to differentiate your look, and perhaps the added insulation will let you…

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Style Pick: Epaulet x Mackintosh Dowanhill Raincoat Navy

One of our favorite New York boutiques has teamed up with iconic coat maker Mackintosh to put a more modern spin on the classic weather stopper. Rest assured, the brand’s renowned rubberized cotton fabric and impenetrable seam-taping haven’t been touched, but the cut of Dowanhill has been slimmed down to achieve a more modern silhouette….

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Style Pick: Put This On Gentlemen’s Association

The fine gents at Put This On have put together what may be the coolest style subscription yet. It’s called The Gentlemen’s Association. The goal: dress you like a proper man, one square at a time. Traveling the world, editor Jesse Thorn hand picks fabrics — some vintage, some rare, all unique — which are…

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Style Pick: Jack Spade Adler Plaid Button Down

Nice reds and blues, done in a classic check pattern, from a staple brand known for having their pulse on wardrobe needs of today’s upstanding male citizens. Too bad the 4th is still five months away. $185 |

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Style Pick: Eastland Made in Maine Millinocket Moccasin Boots

Like their namesake city, Millinocket — population 5,200 — these moccasin boots expand on Eastland’s growing Made in Maine series. Horween leather handsewn by Maine shoemakers feature a hand-rubbed finish and a contrasting crepe-colored wedge. $365 | |

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Style Pick: Eddie Bauer Heritage Mountain Parka

Originally conceived in 1978 as a multi-season coat, Eddie Bauer re-introduces the Mountain Parka today as the Heritage Mountain Parka. More casual than technical, many of the original parka’s details remain including cotton/nylon fabric, trim, hardware and colors (brilliant blue, ivy, olive, black) and a throwback price. $149 |

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Style Pick: Persol Clip-On Collection

Need proof that the fashion world is cyclical? The fact that esteemed eyewear brand Persol reintroduced clip-ons last year is all the evidence you should need. While traditionally synonymous with bad taste, the PO 3007 V and 3002 V frames make a strikingly good case for the design’s revival, especially considering their price and convenience…

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Style Pick: Heritage Research JFK Chino

As presidents go, JFK takes the prize as the greatest style icon (sorry Lincoln). These chinos serve as a tribute to that legacy and are modeled after Kennedy’s 1950’s bespoke slacks. Each pair is handmade in England from 100% Italian cotton twill and features a few modern tweaks to the original design, including a slight…

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Style Pick: Saturdays Surf NYC Crosby Check Shirt

Break up the monotony of your solid coats, sweaters, and pants with a touch of pattern. True to Saturdays’ surfing roots, the Crosby Checked shirt’s casual air looks great as is. Those who trudge in the office every day, though, should also strike wardrobe gold pairing it with a thin tie, cardigan, or blazer —…

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Style Pick: Mission Workshop Eiger Field Jacket

The first in a series of new technical pieces called the Advanced Projects Series, Mission Workshop has infused the classic military field jacket with their thoughtful, modern touch as well as a heavy dose of the murdered out look we can’t get enough of right now. Made from Swiss fabric called Schoeller c_change, the Eiger…

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Style Pick: Lo & Sons Cambridge Overnight & Laptop Bag

Ready for your Friday presentation in Palo Alto and Saturday in Seattle, the Cambridge serves double duty as both a commuter and overnight bag. Lo & Sons, a family operation, has infused the bag with plenty of conveniences and features learned from their own travel-heavy lifestyle. Inside the bag offers enough room for a 15″…

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Style Pick: Killspencer Dopp/Folio

Ever clever bag brand Killspencer has just released this nifty accessory that’s designed to tote your toiletries like any other dopp kit to your destination, without ruining your luggage thanks to a waterproof white tarpaulin lining. Once you’ve unpacked, the bag can then easily fold flat to become a document/tablet portfolio for your jaunts on…

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Style Pick: Vicarious by Nature x DODOcase

The DODOcase has been a favorite accessory for iPad users looking to add an old school literary feel to their cutting edge gadget. While this isn’t the first collaboration by DODO that we’ve seen, this iteration created in partnership with eco-conscious upstart Vicarious by Nature still deserves a mention since it does a fine job…

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Style Pick: Swims Helmut Lace Up Boots

Just because you prefer not to ruin your best shoes in foul weather, doesn’t mean you have to settle for clunky footwear. Swims Helmut lace up boot combines the looks and comfort of a modern desert boot, with 3M Scotch Guard high density nylon uppers and a hydro guard lining for water protection. Available in…

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Style Pick: Deluxe Flyer Navy Scarf

This winter offering from Japanese clothing brand Deluxe combines the looks of a higher end silk scarf with the comfort and price point of 100% cotton. The small white polka dot pattern can look casual or elegant depending on how you wear it. Available colors include Navy, Black, and Olive. ~$121 |

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Style Pick: Billy Reid Grey Tweed Sunday Coat

Most major men’s brands offer some form of overcoat, but few can compete with the fine detailing found in Billy Reid’s Grey Tweed Sunday Coat ($895). Mixing southern gentility with Italian tailoring, the three-quarter length, English Donegal tweed coat features a wool Japanese blanketing body and pocketing lining, rich leather detailing under the collar and…

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Style Pick: Red Wing Heritage 4563 Boot

The Red Wing Heritage 4563 reminds us why the Minnesota staple is one of our perennial favorites. Beginning with the pedigree 8-inch workboot, the 4563 also combines the benefits of a round-toe design (fewer seams, more expanses of leather) from the oxford silhouette. The result is a dressier iron grinder. Exclusively at Nordstrom. $300 (select…

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Style Pick: Uniqlo Flannel Shirts

Walk into a Uniqlo and you inevitably overhear euphamisms like “great style, Old Navy prices” or “it’s like the IKEA of clothes”, but look beyond the obvious and you’ll discover a clever mix of timely and stylish wears at catchpenny prices. Their cashmere sweater sales redefine doorbuster and so long as you’re not seeking Italian…

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Style Pick: Abbeyhorn Shoehorns for Leffot

Abbeyhorn shoe horns are all hand carved from Oxen horn to create a one of a kind shoe accessory. The stag shoehorn (top) features an integrated stag antler as a handle for a solid grip. While these finely crafted accessories are undoubtedly a luxury, using them regularly with your treasured shoes will definitely extend their…

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Style Pick: Woolrich Passage Jacket

Combining duck down and the best of wool, Woolrich’s warmest jacket is your go-to for this winter’s coldest — whether you’re walking from Grand Central or the Great Allegheny. We’re digging the splash of color on the down-insulated collar. The Passage Jacket is available in 5 colorways, but our pick is heather gray (pictured). $189…

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Style Pick: Left Field Heavy Loop Terry Crew

While its name may be a mouth full, Left Field’s new crew neck sweatshirts are hardly over done. A must have for the cold months of the year, the knits are cut and sewn in the US from 16 oz of cotton ring spun terry. Inspired by 1950’s Champion sweatshirts they feature a v-neck stitch with…

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Style Pick: Taylor Stitch x Buckshot Sonny’s Yosemite Shirt

The talented independent San Francisco outfitter Taylor Stitch has teamed up with Buckshot Sonny’s Sporting Goods to produce a limited run of incredibly soft, 100% organic cotton chamois shirts. Details like soft point collar, dual chest pockets, single button cuff, and a pleat-less design strike the right balance of comfort and casual looks. Available in…

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Style Pick: Dr. Martens x Hypebeast 5-Eye Brogue

Hypebeast has collaborated with British shoe icon Dr. Martens to create a special edition of the 3989 5-eye brogue shoe. The 150 pair run will be sold exclusively at Dover Street Market, as well as select Dr. Marten stores in NYC, London, Japan, Korea and Singapore, and online at starting December 12th. Get ‘em…