Today in gear: Chuck Taylors from the 1970s, more storage for your MacBook Air, Golf Gear at your doorstep, your new bathrobe and a bucket hat fedora from American Trench.
Stylish at any speed
The Corsa was a sophisticated and sporty coupe that looks even better today, with far more panache points than its ordinary Corsa brother. The Corsa was a gentleman’s car, for sure, but it was plenty sporty, too; the potent flat six engine, crisp sheet metal and luxurious interior meant that not just anyone would look right in the driver’s seat. You’ll need to look the part — neat and clean, 1960s business style — while you cruise around in yours, and we’ve got the perfect kit.
Coat of Arms
Few items of clothing have remained relevant as long as the trench coat. Conflictingly claimed to have been created by both Burberry (in 1901) and Aquascutum (sometime in the 1850s), it’s been part of the public style lexicon since the British Army adopted it for officers during WWI (thus the “trench”). Well over a century later it continues to be offered in a variety of colors, lengths, fabrics and configurations from a myriad of companies. Innovation in a product this storied isn’t often seen — which is what makes American Trench ($725) so special and their Dark Navy Trench one of the best.
Mission Motorcycles Mission R The Mission R would be stare-worthy even if it were just a normal screamer. This cheaper version (yes, $30k is cheap in this instance) of the electric, race-ready Mission RS is powered by a 160-hp liquid-cooled three-phase AC motor; the base model’s 12kWh battery provides a 102-mile range, which can be…