What We Want This Week

Suunto 7 Smartwatch

The Suunto 7 arrives backed by Google Wear OS and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Wear 3100 Platform. It has an OLED display with 12 hours of battery life with GPS enabled or up to 48 hours without. The watch offers over 70 different sport modes, giving users the option to track cycling, running, surfing and much more along with the ability to control music as well as access outdoor maps offline. The Suunto 7 is also shock-proof, water-proof, and dirt-proof and is slated to hit retails shelves at the end of the month. £429.00, Available Suunto.com

Ralph Sampson Lo RANDOMEVENT

RANDOMEVENT established itself in China in 2012, the cutting-edge streetwear brand believes that clothes are more than just clothes – they represent your attitude towards life. This philosophy holds true in their debut collection with PUMA, which is inspired by the concept of chasing the good things in life. PUMA kicks and T7 track jackets are transformed with colour clashes, unexpected labels, bold striping, and small flowers which represent the collection’s unique and inspiring theme. Dropping 11th Jan 2020. £95.00, Available Puma.com / Endcloting.com

Klipsch T10 True Wireless Earphones

Aiming to bring audiophile-worthy sound to the true wireless space, Klipsch went small for its T10 True Wireless Earphones. The world’s smallest and lightest in-ear buds have a miniature balanced armature for outstanding clarity and a built-in operating system that allows for gesture controls and active noise cancellation. Packing all that tech into that small a space comes at a price, though, making the T10 one of the most expensive earphone options on the market when they launch this later in the year.
£649.00, Available Klipsch.com

N/A (Necessary Anywhere)
‘Not A Dream’ Socks

N/A (Necessary Anywhere) is a New York-based fashion label creating essentials for every day and every occasion founded by Nick Lewis. He and his tiny team focus on building a good quality product that many of us take fo granted, the simple sock. These are quite possibly our favourite socks on the market right now and you’re mad if you don’t throw out every single pair you currently own and replace them with all of N/A’s collection.
£20.00, Available Na-nyc.com

Aspinal Aerodrome Backpack

In collaboration with David Gandy, Aspinal’s Aerodrome backpack is handcrafted from a smooth and durable Italian leather that features contrast stitching. If it’s good enough for Gandy it’s good enough for us.
The spacious interior is large enough for it to serve as your commuting companion, while the padded shoulder straps ensure a comfortable carry throughout the day. Functional finishing touches complement the modern man’s busy life with a cushioned laptop pocket and charger pouch that have cable paths to power your devices on the move. Two internal slip pockets are perfect for storing your mobile phone and tablet. 
£795.00, Available Aspinaloflondon.com


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