Classic new mechanical Teton, Okies, Brandenburg and Harvard automatic watches from Ingersoll. Introductory pricing that will save you hundreds. Limited supply, see the collection while they are still in stock.
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XERIC SAVILE ROW EDITION
Special Edition of Only 10 Each
XERIC has teamed up with 210 E OAK to present an exclusive collection of bespoke watches. The XERIC Savile Row Collection is made from some of the finest fabrics in the world. The colors are vibrant and rich, indicative of British woolen cloths. We selected a variety of fabrics to complement both watch faces and skin tones; an array of gun club checks, plaids, overchecks and herringbones all from the world renowned Holland & Sherry.
We pay homage to the artisanship of bespoke suiting by creating a look that can be dressed up with the most sartorial of looks but also pair with sneakers and denim. Each fabric is carefully chosen to coordinate well with anything from a white t-shirt to a 3 piece suit.
About 210 East Oak
210 East Oak specializes in bridging the gap between horology and all things sartorial. The founder is an ideas man and it was by bridging this gap that 210 E. Oak was built. When he noticed an opportunity to solve the problem of byproduct waste in the fabric mills he realized small pieces of fabric could be made into watch bands.
Just like his clients, Jon cares about every aspect of his outfit, right down to his wrist. You’ll regularly see him in a double breasted jacket when he’s not shooting hoops.
About Holland & Sherry
From its conception, over 180 years ago, Holland & Sherry has continued to supply prestigious tailors and luxury brands with the finest cloth. In 1836 Stephen George Holland & Frederick Sherry began the business as woolen merchants at 10 Old Bond Street, London, specializing in both woolen and silk cloths. 1886 saw Holland & Sherry moved premises to Golden Square, at the time the epicenter of the woolen merchanting trade. sourcing the finest natural fibers, ranging from super 200’s with cashmere to pure worsted Vicuña. Their cloths are woven with time honored traditions by generations of craftsmen to assure both quality and good taste.
G-Shock Collaborations with Futura & Marcelo Burlon
'You snooze you lose' is a more apt slogan for G-Shock Collabs & Limited Editions. Be sure to snag up a new release cause you know they aren't gonna keep producing any of these anadigi, chrono, tri-color, snakeskin, denim, mudmaster, gulfmaster or other original tough-as-nails timepieces.
The limited edition GDX6900FTR-1 features the Brooklyn-based artist’s iconic signature and acclaimed atomic pattern, with legendary G-SHOCK toughness and technology.
Futura gained fame in the 1970s and 1980s, as one of the pioneering innovators of graffiti. Alongside his contemporaries such as Basquiat, Haring, Dondi, and Scharf, Futura's work has been venerated for its explosive style and powerful expression. Today, his career has evolved to produce highly collectible fine art and commercial collaborations with partners such as The Clash, the Men's US World Cup Soccer team, LeBron James, the United Nations, (RED), and Converse.
This model features 10-year battery and iconic shock resistance via a unique Alpha-Gel structure that highlights the forward thinking G-SHOCK is known for, combined with Futura's iconic signature and acclaimed atomic pattern design.
G-SHOCK joins forces with Marcelo Burlon County of Milan to produce a new collaboration model, this time on a global scale, with the special limited edition GA-100.
Drawing iconographic elements from patagonia and taking inspiration from local flora and fauna, coral snakes are chosen as the emblem of a land of tradition and wildness. Undressed from their signature colors, the snakes crawl creating a visually assertive pattern that reminds of fallen shadows and pays tribute to ouroboros, an ancient esoteric symbol of eternity and human psyche. The iconic design wraps around the watch and finds a nest on surfaces previously unexplored.
This collaborative watch highlights iconographic elements from Patagonia featuring the coral snake, chosen because of their emblem of a land of tradition and wildness.