It’s high time you geared up for spring, is it not?
Still searching for the best spring rain jacket, like the Relwen Packlight Shell as shown above? Or perhaps you’re after other crucial pieces among a host of men’s style essentials you need for the season? We’ve got you covered with today’s new, spring-forward edition of The List — from a slim, sustainably made new polo to a crucial facial moisturizer crafted for daily use, enjoy all the gear you need now. Oh, and as ever … keep your credit card handy. You’ll need it.
Relwen Packlight Shell — $228 (Huckberry Exclusive)
The breathable, packable, functional shell that’s going to take you through spring.
As sold by the good folks at one of my favorite online shops, this stylish rain jacket is also seriously functional — it’s maybe the perfect spring jacket wear all day, every day (or at least on rain days, that is).
Colchester High-Top Sneakers — $79.98
The classic basketball shoes you didn’t know you needed.
We go from a stylish rain jacket right into the high-top sneakers you need now. These are a seriously affordable, subtly cool pair of high-top kicks you’ll want to wear with … well, everything. They also happen to be a remake of the original basketball shoe. Too cool.
Luminox Atacama Field Automatic 1900 Watch — $890
A durable, tough, insanely well-made field watch to wear on the daily this spring.
The search for a functional, rugged & classic everyday watch is over — the Luminox Atacama is made for the field, but polished enough for a day of spring travel. Potentially an investment-worthy watch to splurge on? You better believe it.
Flint and Tinder French Terry Pullover Hoodie — $88
The casual, cozy, cool hoodie you need in your spring rotation.
Speaking of crucial spring layers, allow me to introduce you to your new favorite hooded sweatshirt. Able to be worn quite nicely with slim light wash jeans and vintage sneakers this spring, don’t you think?
Bespoke Post Crema Box — $45 (When Signing up for Bespoke Post)
This could be the best way to make espresso at home, take it from me.
Searching for perhaps the best way to make espresso at home? For a price that’s incredibly affordable? The Bespoke Post Crema Box is here to help you upgrade your coffee this spring.
Outerknown Dune Jersey Polo — $68
The breezy polo to wear all spring and summer.
Flint and Tinder Heavy Slub Tee — $38
A classic T-shirt you’ll want to wear all spring.
From polos to T-shirts — and yes, more gear from Flint and Tinder
. Thing is, we’re back this time with the best new T-shirt to buy now
. How can you not love the slub texture, the pleasing spring colors, and the excellent versatility?
Faherty Brand Overdyed Denim — $178
Richly crafted and yet pleasingly faded — a new spring go-to.
Stop searching for the best men’s jeans for spring and summer
, because this particular pair — always well-crafted from Faherty Brand — could be just the ticket. Wear them with that Outerknown polo shown above.
A well-made moisturizer and SPF combo that seriously delivers.
Finding a simple, go-to product to add to your grooming routine for spring and summer can prove tricky — after all, the men’s grooming landscape is surprisingly crowded these days. That being said, Cardon for Men
might be onto something. They’ve worked with some of Korea’s top skincare manufacturers to deliver a daily SPF and moisturizer that’s not oily or overly fragrant — in fact, it’s one of the best moisturizers for men
that I’ve tried. Get a tube for yourself now via the brand’s Web site
. A reminder that you can find them on Instagram right here
Bradley Mountain The Rambler — $285
The exact bag you need for all your spring and summer adventures.
A classic pair of Australian boots that are now quite the style statement.
Zeal Optics Windsor Sunglasses — $149
The right way to shake up your sunglasses rotation.
Now, that’s going to wrap up today’s post. Do any of the above make your list of new menswear essentials? For me, I’d say you can’t go wrong with the perfect spring jacket
— that’d be the Relwen Packlight
, as pictured above. Feel free, as always, to let me know your thoughts via Twitter
. Thanks for reading!