1 | A Pair of Ugg Treadlites
Investing in the right summer footwear can be tricky. You need something that’s smart enough to wear into the office, but comfortable enough to perform in the heat. Ugg, the Californian brand that’s been making comfort-focused footwear since 1978, might just have the answer.
Thanks to a super-technical sole mad from a new material never used in footwear before, the Treadlite is lightweight, flexible and durable in equal measure. A stylistic progression for the brand known best for those super slouchy boots university students go mad for, the Treadlite is sleek and simple. They’re fleece lined though, so not a complete departure…
2 | A Bottle of Murdock Sea Salt Spray
You know how your hair feels when you get out of the sea – thick, pliable, lustrous and mane-like? Well did you know you can get that effect in a bottle? You probably did – girls have been using sea-salt spray for ages. But now, Murdock, one of the most reliable names in men’s grooming, has just released it’s own version. It adds definition, texture and volume to your hair via a recipe that includes tangerine oil, orange and lemon and of course, natural sea salt. The best thing though, is that your best hair isn’t confined to post-surf visits to the chip shop.
3 | The Hentsch Man Windbreaker
We recently heard rumblings of an imminent three-month heat wave across the UK. But we’re realists here at Esquire, so although we live in hope, we’re still stocking up on light weatherproof gear for when the inevitable deluge hits. With that in mind, we’ve got a covetous eye on Hentsch Man’s new block-colour windbreakers, which go on sale today and are just the thing you might be in need of. Exclusive to the Hentsch Man website, the coat, available in blue, yellow and red, is cut from waterproof Japanese fabric. Oh, and if it does get hot, take a look at HM’s new capsule collection of swimwear, which was inspired by David Hockney’s work and created in conjunction with Mr. Porter.
4 | A Cornerstone Subscription
The days of the beard are numbered, which is bad news for men who fully embraced the lumbersexual movement and sweet relief to those who couldn’t really grown one in the first place. Either way, it’s time to shave. Cornerstone is a new shaving subscription and delivery service that offers high quality, UK-made razors and products to men across the country. Simply choose what you want in the box, specify how often you want it delivered, personalize your razor and wait for the postman to come. If your stubble suddenly develops a life of its own you can up the frequency, and if beards suddenly come back into fashion you can cancel the subscription at any time. It’s a seriously flexible service, and one that means there’ll be no more miserable Monday morning trips to the corner shop for razors and shaving cream.