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just another american company making dope backpacks? well, yeah, but they're still dope backpacks.

I'm a sucker for vintage styles with a modern finish, and these bags are no exception.


Check their site for all of the endless options and collaborations.


- james


Palladium Urban tech boots.

Palladium just released their Pampatech boots - designed for urban exploring in style. 

Maintaining the durable and comfortable look and feel of a palladium boot, but a little bit lighter and more fashion forward.


$100 for a fresh boot that will last you a long long time. You really can't go wrong. 


- James


nike free hypervenom.

Holy crap yes. Just yes.

I've never been a fan of [most] hi-top sneakers (with the exceptions of course being PF flyers and a few others). But these things combine my favorite running shoe with hypervenom soccer boots. Soccer culture meets fitness fashion.


Plus this:

equals this: 

I'm going to try to forget what Justin Beiber did to the hi-top sneaker game and I'll be picking mine up this week. Stop by their website to pickup your own.


- james


Nike Rosche Flyknit.

the comfy casual trend is still in full swing. So treat yourself to some new Nikes. The newest version is out and available for customization. Here are a few versions I mocked up real quick:

Stop by the Nike id Website to create your own pair for the gym or running, or walking around in sweats in public, or running for your life, or yogging, or keeping it real.


- james


abc's of men's fashion - 59. 




In principle, your accessories, such as ties and shoes, should be more expensive than your basic suit, which in this way can achieve some reflected glory from them.

This gives more than a chance to play dress up. Certainly, it gives men access to what women, with their famed love of shoes and bags, have always known: that a single accessory can be worth a thousand shirts, or at least several suits. A good bag is more than something to carry stuff in; a hat – once customarily worn by any and every man of good breeding, remember – more than a way to keep the rain off; the significance of solid, well-buffed shoes (as mothers traditionally tell their daughters) more than a means of protecting one’s pretty feet.

That’s not simply because, unlike a shirt or suit, an accessory is harder to wear out and so better value. It’s because an accessory gives newness to otherwise everyday attire, a touch of flare to an otherwise pedestrian or conservative mode of dress. And for all that menswear has moved on in leaps over the last 20 or so years, it remains largely conservative – refined in the way Hardy Amies identified as at the heart of good dressing.

More than economy, freshness and colour, however, is the accessory’s real power: to provide individuality. Of course, this can go very wrong indeed: there is a fine line between accessorising with character and wearing a Daffy Duck tie, even if it’s a seven-fold silk number. No amount of novelty hosiery will make its wearer the dapper dandy he hopes to be. It will make him look, to say it straight, like a fool. Wear it well, however, and the accessory in all its 21st-century variety – something Amies would have appreciated – will belie its smallness with its power to transform.


- Hardy Amies, Josh Sims, 
  and James 


rep yo' city.

there are some pretty rad places in this world. and if you happen to live in one of those places, like i do, you get pretty pumped about it. You might even say, you like to "rep yo' city".

Lucky for you, Monochōme has come up with a new way for you to accomplish this by allowing you to map your city onto several different items. 

You can pick a neighborhood, a city, a state, a street, county, country, region, continent, hemisphere...whatever you want that's locatable by satellite mapping. Just pick your spot, zoom to your preferred height, and orient it on the item you wish to customize. 

Yes, they make items for both men and women. Stop by the official site and grab something for yourself or someone you know who reps their city.


- james




we've talked about freshening up your shoes with some nice colored laces before. And generally when we talk about it, we're referring to your dress shoes. BUt why stop there? Why not add some color to your boots? Why not add some style to your sneakers too? 

Mavericks Laces has covered all the bases when it comes to lace game. 

Visit their official site to pick up a pair or a pack and refresh your feets.


- james


square that back pocket

Pocket squares don't necessarily need to be for fancy dress only. They can be fun and casual. In fact, i love the look of a pocket square in the back pocket of jeans. whether it's an actual pocket square or just a fresh handkerchief, i dig it. Not only does it look good, it also serves other purposes like cleaning the lenses on your glasses, and cushioning your butt when you sit, especially if you share that pocket with keys or a pockey knife. 

personally, I prefer the barely poking out approach for that little pop of style, but I suppose the placement and visibility is entirely up to you. Just remember you're not in a gang and it shouldn't be hanging down past your butt.


- james



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