Starring at computer, phone and tv screens all day isn't great for your health. Prolonged exposure to blue light (the high energy light that screens emit) can lead to eye strain, headaches, blurry vision and other nasty symptoms. These computer glasses from Felix Gray aim to solve this. By filtering out he highest energy wavelengths, they help to reduce eye strain, sleep cycle disruption, and macular degeneration. Available in a variety of frames and styles to match different faces and head shapes, these glasses are a perfect companion to anyone that spends significant time in front of screens. Basically, all of us.
Bolder Watch Chrono Gunmetal Black
Looking for a luxurious time piece and to also support great causes? Then the Bolder Watch may be just for you. Begun as a project by a father and son team Tariq and Salman, this new watch brand allows the customer to choose how much of the profit goes to charity - up to 100%. A handful of companies have integrated philanthropy into their business model - Toms shoes is the big one that comes to mind - yet, this is the first that we've come across that allows for 100% contribution. The watches themselves are gorgeous - featuring a scratch resistant Sapphire Crystal surface, a Swiss quartz movement, genuine calf leather strap, and a clean and minimalistic chronograph and dial. Check them out - they're for a great cause.
Massdrop x Naked & Famous 14-Oz Selvage Denim
Looking to upgrade your daily denim? Check out this selvage jean collaboration between Massdrop and Naked & Famous. They've used a custom rope-dyed selvage from Okayama, Japan that has been woven on vintage shuttle looms. The result is a yarn that has waves, bumps and different thicknesses throughout. These are a bit heavier than your typical Levis and they take around 3 to 4 weeks to break in. Like all raw denim, these get better with age and after a few weeks the rigid, durable fabric will produce wear patterns that reflect your own style and use.