This Week’s Hottest Gear: 3 Watches For Bros, Tactical Gear, And 8 More ‘Things We Want’
Before we get started I’d like to acknowledge something I’ve noticed recently with this feature: you bros click through on the first item you love and miss out on all the other greatness in this ‘Things We Want: A Gear Guide For Bros’ round up. You should always scroll to the end and check out everything before making any decisions on what you want to TREAT YO SELF to this week!
Some of the stuff I plan on buying for myself (or have already purchased), other things are crazy expensive and I wouldn’t be able to afford them in my wildest dreams. But that’s why this is called the ‘Things We Want This Week’, and not the ‘Things We’re Getting For Ourselves This Week’. Also, if you know of a product that you think should be featured in my weekly Gear Guide then feel free to hit me up via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The newest collection from MVMT Watches just dropped and I’m totally blown away by the classic style and timeless sophistication of the Voyager Series Rosewood 42mm. I own a timepiece from MVMT Watches and can personally attest that at this pricepoint ($145) it’s one of the finest watches on the market.
Specs inlude the following..
— Case: Polished rose gold stainless steel
— Dial: White
— Dial Details: Luminous white hands & markers / rose gold second hand
— Strap: Natural tan leather NATO
— Interchangeable Strap: Yes, compatible with all Voyager straps
— Subdials: 2 subdials, Dual Time Zone
This beautiful watch from AVI-8 pays homage to the British Royal Air Force, one of the most distinguished Air Forces in world history (though they have NOTHING on the former British Royal Navy). The Hawker Hurrican features three chronograph sub-dials, all of which are inspired by teh instrument panels found in an aircraft’s cockpit.
— 42mm case; 22mm band width.
— Buckle closure.
— Quartz movement.
— Date function.
— Mineral crystal face.
— Stainless steel/leather.
— By AVI-8; imported.
There are a lot of golf brands out that that compete with virtually the exact same products. Not Devereux. They create a sophisticated style of golf attire that is so versatile it can be worn on and off the course. And you won’t even look like a weirdo walking around in public wearing golf clothes. That is how good their tops and bottoms look and feel.
The company just released their Americana Collection and it has something for everyone. Even cold weather attire for us fall golfers.