The newest drops for the first week of February are in. If you were buried in snow recently, Outerknown's cushy new sherpa shirt-jacket is going to look pretty good — but warmer weather isn't too far away, and we've got sandals, shades and dive watches to get you ready for it. Check out these style releases, awesome new watches and more to get your weekend started right.
Glor Chore Coats
These one-of-a-kind chore coats are made in from vintage Moroccan blankets. Cut and sewn in Northern California, they feature three patch pockets and Italian horn buttons. Many of the first run of coats are already sold out, but sign up for Glor's newsletter to receive updates on the next drop.
Nivada, as a recently revived modern brand, is wholly committed to bringing back one cool, historical watch after another. The latest is its Depthmaster dive watch from the 1960s, and it's coming out soon with a few versions, including one with the awesome Art Deco "Pac-Man" numerals collectors love on vintage models.
Price: $1,000 - $1,275
Nike GO FlyEase
Nike's latest sneaker goes on and off perfectly without losing its shape. The key is a bi-stable hinge in the sole combined with flexible tensioner, a rubber strap that spans the length of the shoe. The GO FlyEase will be available via invite for select Nike Members February 15, with a wider release coming later this year.
Piaget Polo Skeleton
Piaget's luxury sport watch, the Polo, got a new twist with a skeletonized dial and movement in a couple variations. The brand is known for its record-breaking ultra-thin watches and this one, with its in-house movement. measures only 6.5mm thick.
Garrett Leight California Optical Kinney X Sun
GLCO's latest frames have an almost sculptural quality because they're milled from 12mm of solid acetate. The frame has a thickness that acts as a mini sun shield around the lenses and it's available in four different colors.
H. Moser & Cie. Swiss Alps Watch
In addition to showcasing its high-end independent watchmaking brilliance, H. Moser & Cie. regularly makes statement watches that poke fun at anything from the Swiss watch industry to smartwatches. The Swiss Alps watch has come in a range of versions parodying the Apple Watch, but this Final Upgrade version is said to be the last in the series. Here, the seconds indicator takes the form of a motif mimicking a loading screen, but the watch is powered by fully mechanical in-house movement. If you've got $30,800 to spend on an ironic watch, this might be the one to get.
Reebok x Story Mfg. Beatnik
Reebok teamed up with the UK's Story Mfg. for this unique version of the Beatnik. It's made with an undyed, woven linen blend and features an embroidered peace sign and removable heel strap. It'll be available at Reebok and various retailers Saturday, February 6 along with the duo's take on the Club C silhouette.
Omega Seamaster Diver 300M “Beijing 2022” Special Edition
As official Olympic timekeeper since 1932, Omega is looking ahead to the Winter Olympics to be held in Beijing in 2022. The brand releases commemorative watches for each Games, of which the Seamaster Diver 300M “Beijing 2022” Special Edition, with a blue dial and titanium bezel engraved in relief, is the latest. A subtle reference to the occasion is present in the form of markers at the dial's edge in the colors of the Olympic logo.
King Kennedy Rugs Tote Bag
Made in Los Angeles from vintage Turkish rugs, these tote bags are completely unique. Each one is features a leather bottom, 7-ounce canvas reinforment (lined with a nylon interior) and folded veg-tanned leather handles. There's also a 9-inch interior pocket for storing your valuables.
Swatch Essentials N-Igma
The day and date wheels on a watch are usually hidden behind a dial with only a small window framing the information you want to know. In several new models from Swatch, exposed wheels offer an interesting look, and the style is available in a couple colors and sizes.
Outerknown Skyline Shirt Jacket
This sherpa overshirt is perfect for layering as the seasons change. The vintage-inspired design features recycled polyester fleece, regenerated nylon chest pockets, a snap front and welted hand-warmer pockets.
Nezumi x Ruf Voiture Chronograph
Swedish watch brand Nezumi partnered with German carmaker Ruf Automobile on an affordable, vintage-style chronograph powered by a Seiko VK63 mecha-quartz movement. The 40mm case, green dial and sporty vintage vibe make for a great look.
Alex Mill Hand Dyed Cashmere Sweater
These unique sweaters are hand-dyed in New York — only 9 of each color are available. The sweater is ideal for transitional weather and is made with 2-ply, 7 gauge cashmere.
Saturdays NYC Ditch International Hoodie
Saturday's revamped its go-to hoodie, making it with heavyweight loopback terry that's both structured and soft. It features a one-piece hood, a kangaroo pocket and overlock stitching with split needle seams.