Every single day, our style team filters through millions upon millions of style articles, clothing pieces, collection launches, brand parties, blogger fads, runway shows, fashion shoots, lookbooks and many, many more stimuli to stay on top of what’s hot in men’s fashion. In spite of all that noise, we’ll keep things simple here: just four things we’re into right now, updated each week.

Frye Tyler Lace Up Boot


These rugged lace-up boots are the perfect example of pre-distressed footwear done right. They’re made from leather that’s been tumbled with stones in a wooden drum, giving the boots a tasteful worn-in look. Finished with rawhide leather laces and rubber sole insets for added traction, these boots have a badass vibe that will complement your casual garb this fall.

John Sterner Öland Crew Neck Sweater


Made from environmentally friendly organic merino wool, this crew-neck sweater is an ideal fall layering piece. It features rolled cuffs and a rolled hem, a ribbed neckline and saddle shoulder construction. Though $300 may seem expensive, this sweater is worth investing in: It’s a timeless cool-weather basic that you’ll wear year in and year out.

Todd Snyder + Private White V.C. Nylon Pilot Bomber


This pilot’s jacket was inspired by the G-1 silhouette used during WWII. Made in Manchester, the jacket utilizes military-grade nylon that is woven in Lancashire, along with a detachable shearling collar. No matter what the winter weather has in store, this classic coat will keep you warm and look damn good.

Chimala Selvedge Denim Ankle Cut Jeans


These jeans from Chimala are hand washed and hand distressed for that comfortable worn-in feel. Made from 13.5-ounce selvedge denim, they feature a mid-rise, button-fly, five-pocket styling. The tattered hem is in direct opposition to the crisply cuffed jeans of the recent years, a nice way to add a causal look to your outfit.

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