Luxury streetwear brand Stampd unveil a pair of premium leather snapback caps. Constructed from supple lambskin leather and featuring a trio of horizontal YKK zippers, the caps come in both black and white colorways with subtle branded embroidery above the rear snap closure. Look for them now over at Stampd’s online shop.
Monochrome clothing specialist Stampd just dropped its latest piece of dome-coverage, the freedom-saluting Liberty Mesh Hat. Constructed from soft cotton twill with a textured mesh overlay, the cap sports a continuous ring of embroidered white stars around the rim – 11 in total – along with a black leather bill and subtle logo above the back snaps. Freshness guaranteed, you can cop it right now via their website.
Our friends at Watchismo have taken the step from curators to creators, having officially revealed a new mechanical watch of their own inspiration, the Xeriscope. This is a new breed of mechanical timepiece, a watch designed with modern inspiration and timeless appeal, that runs on mechanical systems that are at the forefront of its design. The Xeriscope by Xeric, the new brand from Mitch and Andrew Greenblatt at Watchismo.com, is now moving from prototype to reality on Kickstarter.
Funding for the Xeriscope Watch has far eclipsed the $40,000 that Xeric had outlined for manufacturing the prototype. However, many rewards still remain for backers who wish to secure an early (and special edition) version of the Xeriscope. Head over to Kickstarter to learn more about this incredible new mechanical watch, its story, and how you can be a part of its future.
Most men don’t pay enough attention to one of the most important parts of their wardrobe: their belt buckle. A plummeting pair of trousers can be far more than just embarrassing, so why trust a hole punched in a leather strap when Roland Iten has created a belt buckle that’s been engineered to hold strong using Swiss watchmaking techniques.
The Bugatti-branded buckle features hand-crafted gears, cogs, springs, and pinions that allow the belt buckle to be infinitely adjusted for an absolutely perfect fit. And with materials like lightweight titanium used in its construction, there’s no risk of the buckle itself dragging down your trousers.
There is a catch, of course. With the Bugatti branding and all the care that’s gone into this belt buckle’s design, only 44 of the R22 Mark I are being created. And each one will set you back a disheartening $84,000. But who could ever prioritize a down payment on a house over the guarantee your pants will always stay up?