While February was a month of extreme, cold weather, the latest style drops anticipate calmer and (hopefully) warmer seasons. New releases span slip-on sneakers to Japanese sunglasses to handmade chore coats. No matter your interests, there’s something fresh worth checking out.
Glor Chore Coats
These one-of-a-kind chore coats are made in from vintage Moroccan blankets. Cut and sewn in Northern California, they feature three patch pockets and Italian horn buttons. Many of the first run of coats are already sold out, but sign up for Glor’s newsletter to receive updates on the next drop.
Nike GO FlyEase
Nike’s latest sneaker goes on and off perfectly without losing its shape. The key is a bi-stable hinge in the sole combined with flexible tensioner, a rubber strap that spans the length of the shoe. The GO FlyEase will be available via invite for select Nike Members February 15, with a wider release coming later this year.
Garrett Leight California Optical Kinney X Sun
GLCO’s latest frames have an almost sculptural quality because they’re milled from 12mm of solid acetate. The frame has a thickness that acts as a mini sun shield around the lenses and it’s available in four different colors.
Reebok x Story Mfg. Beatnik
Reebok teamed up with the UK’s Story Mfg. for this unique version of the Beatnik. It’s made with an undyed, woven linen blend and features an embroidered peace sign and removable heel strap. It’ll be available at Reebok and various retailers Saturday, February 6 along with the duo’s take on the Club C silhouette.
King Kennedy Rugs Tote Bag
Made in Los Angeles from vintage Turkish rugs, these tote bags are completely unique. Each one is features a leather bottom, 7-ounce canvas reinforment (lined with a nylon interior) and folded veg-tanned leather handles. There’s also a 9-inch interior pocket for storing your valuables.
Outerknown Skyline Shirt Jacket
This sherpa overshirt is perfect for layering as the seasons change. The vintage-inspired design features recycled polyester fleece, regenerated nylon chest pockets, a snap front and welted hand-warmer pockets.
Alex Mill Hand Dyed Cashmere Sweater
These unique sweaters are hand-dyed in New York — only 9 of each color are available. The sweater is ideal for transitional weather and is made with 2-ply, 7 gauge cashmere.
Saturdays NYC Ditch International Hoodie
Saturday’s revamped its go-to hoodie, making it with heavyweight loopback terry that’s both structured and soft. It features a one-piece hood, a kangaroo pocket and overlock stitching with split needle seams.
Troubadour x Sunspel Tote
This tote is the perfect size for daily outing around town. It’s made from waterproof canvas and features leather handles, a padded laptop pocket and elasticated sections to small items in place.
Fresco Steez x Levi’s Hoodie
Fresco Steez works to curate spaces that build Black political power. This Levi’s collab features a range of custom graphics that honor the legacy of Black political struggle — check out the Trucker jacket and crewneck, too.
Vault by Vans x Porter
Vans teamed up with Yoshida & Co. — the well-respected Japanese bag maker — to produce a limited-edition line of shoes, bags and accessories. The collection showcases Porter’s monochromatic palette and is available starting February 20.
Warby Parker Colvin Glasses
These incredibly light titanium frames feature hand-painted tortoise rims, applied by master craftsmen in Fukui, Japan. If they sound more premium than traditional Warby Parker glasses, that’s because they are — they’ll also cost you two times as much (but that’s still a steal for what they are).
R.M. Williams Yard Boot 365
R.M. Williams changed the game when it collaborated with industrial designer Marc Newson in 2019. The style they created — the Yard Boot 365 — features a wholecut upper fixed to a unique wraparound elastic gusset, all atop a sleek rubber sole. Now, you can get the Yard Boot in new leather options including dusty ochre suede. Read our initial thoughts on the style here.
Rowing Blazers x NBA Collection
NYC-based Rowing Blazers just released a collab with the NBA that includes blazers, rugby shirts, sweats, trousers, belts, scarves and more. Either rock the iconic NBA logo or rep your favorite team — there’s something for everyone.
Price: $40 – $895
Noah x Barbour Waxed Bedale Jacket
Barbour’s iconic Bedale has a fresh coat of paint for NYC-based brand Noah. While it looks fresh, the coat still features a water-resistant waxed cotton shell, a corduroy collar, a heavy-duty zipper and two bellow front pockets.
$770 Sold Out
Everlane Track Hoodie
Made from organic cotton French terry, this sweatshirt features a hood devoid of a drawstring, raglan sleeves, a front kangaroo pocket and a relaxed silhouette. It’s got a worn-in vintage look, but will still stand up to years of use.
Volcom Burch Long Sleeve Tee
Unparalled minds of a parallel universe. Legendary surfer and shaper Ryan Burch lends his art to this wild shirt — “all-shaping eyes” on a highlighter green tie-dye.
Goldwin Element Jacket
Made in Japan, this lightweight jacket is made from water-resistant Pertex Shield Air fabric that’s seam-sealed for additional protection. It has a unique external pull-out mesh pocket for storing wet items like a beanies or gloves. The Element jacket has a relaxed fit so you’ll have maximum mobility no matter your activities.
Eddie Bauer X Baja East Sherpa Pullover
This limited-edition pullover was designed with Los Angeles-based Baja East. Made from hefty-yet-soft, curly sherpa fleece it features a brushed fleece interior, a front kangaroo pocket and a relaxed fit.
Someone Somewhere Magic Loom Windbreaker
This packable windbreak is made with Magic Loom trim, fabric that’s highly reflective and visible from 50 feet at night. The material is made on pedal looms in Oaxaca, Mexico from and is a blend of polyester, cotton and viscose.
Free & Easy Poppy Socks
In East of Eden, Steinbeck wrote of California poppies, “These too are of a burning color — not orange, not gold, but if pure gold were liquid and could raise a cream, that golden cream might be the color of the poppies.”
Warby Parker x i am OTHER Winston Glasses
Pharrell’s non-profit, i am OTHER, supports the innovators, groundbreakers and outliers. This limited-edition frame reclaims taped-up glasses and makes them a symbol of strength and progressive thinking.
Away Two-Tone Collection
Like Away’s sleek, approachable luggage? You’ll definitely dig the colorblocked designs for the Two-Tone Collection — available in three different color combinations.
Mr. Leight Roku S Custom
These Japanese made sunglasses have titanium frames with acetate inserts and filigree detailing. They have exclusive gradient lenses inspired by Komorebi, the Japanese word referring to the interplay between light and leaves when the sun shines through trees.
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