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TOP MEN’S FASHION PICKS FOR WINTER 2021
Storm Barra continues to bring us heavy wind, rain, and snow, and that can certainly be a pain when you’re at home without any power. But we’re not letting that dampen our spirits or hinder our style game. With this in mind, here are seven winter-friendly men’s fashion drops that get the seal of approval from the MenswearStyle team.
Sebago KOALA Mocs
Simple and uncomplicated, these comfortable lace-up mocs feature clean and simple lines that transcend fashion trends. Hand-sewn with the finest craftsmanship and inspired from the Native American shoe design and construction techniques, they reflect that laid-back attitude that’s made it to the pop music scenes in the 90s. Made with casual looking suede skin, they feature tubular construction, moc toe cut, leather lining and a 2-layered Para rubber sole for high elasticity and resistance to abrasion, water, and acids. Named after the adorable creatures who hug eucalyptuses to keep body temperature even, your “Koala” moc will embrace your feet to keep them comfortable.
Pepe Jeans London AW21 Optical Collection
Youthful, playful and versatile, the AW21 optical collection by Pepe Jeans London has an abundance of designs with an injection of fun for those seeking to stand out this season. Always with a pop of effortless, eclectic London street-style, the latest eyewear pieces from Pepe Jeans London features a wide range of styles with a unique mix of preppy and rebel energy.
R.M.Williams Urban Turnout Boot
Handcrafted in Australia, the Urban Turnout boot is a lightweight rugged style with a timeless wide round toe. It is made from a single piece of Bovine leather, featuring a fully lined upper, black elastics, removable innersole, leather midsole and a flat heel Vibram EVA treaded outsole unit. A timeless classic to accompany you for a lifetime.
Nobis Atlas Men's Performance Parka
Made from a durable, water-resistant shell and filled with premium Canadian white duck down, Atlas is designed to offer optimal warmth all winter long. Featuring a seam sealed construction and their exclusive Embrace interior membrane lamination for added protection against the elements, it's finished with functional details like a removable down-filled hood with adjustable draw cord, magnetic back vent, and fleece-lined front pockets to insulate your hands and phone.
Aclima Fleecewool Hoodie
This standout product, described by the Scandinavian Outdoor Group as ‘The Norwegian Sweater of the 21st Century’, is perfect for both basecamp or the sofa as its constructed from 100% merino wool and incredibly skin-soft, insulating, and comfortable. Aclima has used their 100% traceable merino wool in such an innovative way and knitted, cut, and brushed the fabric to create a truly sustainable fleece alternative. Not only is fleecewool a more sustainable choice due to natural resources, elimination of microfibres when washing and reduced energy consumption during production - the fabric also offers wearers all the befits of merino wool too.
Finisterre x Timex Tide Watch
A co-designed timepiece between pioneering outdoor brand Finisterre and trailblazing American watchmaker Timex, the Tide Watch combines classic styling, recycled materials and the highest standards for design and durability for those who find solace at sea. The first watch to carry the Finisterre name, the brand’s latest collaboration continues a long tradition of partnering with iconic brands to challenge fabric and material use. Water resistant down to 200 meters, the watch’s defining feature is a unique tide tracking function that counts down to low or high tide.
Lee X Pendleton 101 Z Jean
This limited-edition collaboration reimagines essentials from almost 300 years of combined apparel experience. Adding to the capsule’s uniqueness, the jeans are crafted and sewn in Greensboro, North Carolina. Each legacy pattern has been reimagined in new colourways with fabric produced in the US. They feature some of the last remaining American selvedge denim from Cone Denim’s White Oak Mill, which closed in 2017. Woven on vintage Draper shuttle looms that only produced 100 yards a day, the fabric is another thread in this capsule’s link to American textile history.