Zodiac’s Legacy Watches Are Born-Again with American Sensibility

We spent a day in New York with Zodiac’s Swiss Group Manager for Product Development and Texas-based Brand Director to chat about the Zodiac archive and what’s to come for this beloved brand.

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Founded in 1882, Zodiac has a storied history. It boasts one of the most interesting watch archives out there — with iconic and beloved tool watches like the first Sea Wolf divers watch of 1953. Having been brought into the fold of the Fossil Group, Zodiac’s legacy has been primed for an even greater resurgence. From the color stories, design, functionality and precision — today, its Swiss heritage and quality are coupled with American sensibility. We spent a few days with Zodiac’s Swiss-based Chris Moreau, Group Manager for Product Development and Texas-based Brand Director, TJ McKnight as they met halfway in New York to chat about the Zodiac archive and what’s to come for this venerable legacy brand.

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Meet the Super Sea Wolf

Zodiac launched the Super Sea Wolf in 1968 — a more robust sibling to the original. The collection today revives the spirit of its legacy with unique vintage colorways — which live just as well today as they did in the mid-century. The lot has tool watches that can pair just as well with a wetsuit as they do with a blazer or pullover. See the Collection

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