The List: Upgrade Your Winter Style with these Top Gear Picks for February

It’s about time to get your credit card handy and step right up to peruse another edition of The List. We already kicked off last month (2018!) in style with the best men’s gear for January, and we’re back at it again today with another set of picks sure to take up more space in your closet. We’ve got handy accessories — like a rugged watch roll for storing your favorite timepieces —  and we’ve even got, well, your next watch purchase. That is to say, it’s all covered here on The Style Guide. Happy shopping, my friends (oh, and feel free to check in on Twitter if you end up making any purchases!). So, here we go …

Nau Utility Down Field Jacket — $305.98

A tailored silhouette, technical performance and a look that’s reminiscent of a modern take on the classic field jacket? Nau gets it right with the Down Utility Field Jacket, folks.

 

Worn & Wound Canvas and Leather Watch Fold — $95
A handsome and rugged watch roll for storing your favorite watches.

Worn & Wound has been in the accessories game for a bit now, and it’s not hard to see why when pieces like the Canvas and Leather Watch Fold are so well-made and sharp-looking.

Szanto Vintage Dive Watch 5203 — $249.98

A durably crafted, utterly “timeless” timepiece.

What watch are you going to store in your Canvas and Leather Watch Fold? Well, one of ’em should certainly be the Szanto Vintage Dive Watch, my friends. A beautiful and reasonably priced rugged leather watch.

Myles Apparel Elements Crew — $65.98
A dependable crewneck sweatshirt that blends functionality and classic styling.
The Myles Apparel Elements Crew is anything but a basic crewneck, crafted from Storm Cotton — it just so happens to be water-repellent. Definitely break out this rugged crewneck sweatshirt for your next morning run.
Tanner Goods Drifter Dopp Kit — $75
Tanner Goods makes everything — even its dopp kits — the right way. Rest assured of that.

Need a new dopp kit? Want a new dopp kit? Either way, the Tanner Goods Drifter Dopp Kit is going to keep all your men’s grooming essentials quite nicely organized on the road.

Outerknown Lowtide Sweats — $74.98
Tapered sweatpants in a neutral color, perfect for cozy weekend wear.

Outerknown reliably blends style and sustainability, and the brand’s Lowtide Sweats do so in a way that’s affordable and modern.

Oak Street Bootmakers Natural Dainite Summit Boots — $526
Remarkable boots, made with long-lasting performance and timeless style.

The folks at Oak Street Bootmakers sure can make a heck of a pair of boots — the Natural Dainite Summit Boots are evidence of that, to be sure.

Grayers Oakleigh Classic Oxford in White — $88

The right shirt to wear for … just about any occasion, truly.

If it’s a classic Oxford shirt you need in your wardobe, well, the Grayers Oakleigh Classic Oxford fits the bill in both name and styling potential.

SeaVees Bayside Moc — $106
Is this the perfect casual weekend sneaker? It just might be, it just might be.
Is it impossible to wear sneakers in the winter? Not necessarily, especially when they feature the moc toe construction of the SeaVees Bayside Moc, plus stellar (and casual) looks.

Taylor Stitch The Minimalist Billfold in Brown — $98

A well-crafted wallet that fits right in alongside your slim Taylor Stitch chinos.
Can Taylor Stitch do it all? Yes, yes they can — the Minimalist Billfold is a perfect example of the way they get the little details right, even in terms of accessories.

We only have one thing left to do now … solidify what exactly you’re buying from this round of The List! Chime in via the comments below to let me know what’s on your radar. Thanks for reading!

-Beau

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