Torp sweater, $169 by Fjallraven

Started by Karmaloop creator Greg Selkoe and street culture connoisseur Frank "The Butcher" Rivera, this new site offers quality goods for sneakerhead-types looking to up their sartorial game. Expect limited-edition collaborations with Japanese brands like Anachronorm, Danner hiking boots and serious knits from S.N.S. Herning and Fjallraven.

 

Designer Simon Spurr hops on the e-commerce bandwagon and delivers looks straight from the runway, available to purchase. Known for his luxurious take on no-nonsense style, expect quality suits, killer denim, and devil-in-the-details pieces that are likely to make a dent in your wallet. But if you have the means, consider Spurr your one-stop shop.

Waxed cotton marksman jacket,
$1,995 by Spurr

The New Kids
on the Block

This has certainly been the season of men's online shopping. From Mr Porter and Park & Bond to our very own Personal Shopper, there's been a slew of recent forays into the e-commerce sector with guys in mind. Here's four worth checking out, and what you can expect to find from each.

Inspired by a love for the classics, husband-and-wife Jared and Brooke Zaugg have stocked their new online shop with a variety of hard-wearing goods. Heavily influenced by motorcycle culture, you'll find amazing Chapal leather jackets and hardy denim from Tellason mixed with German-made Junghans watches. Also check their speciality shop for killer riding gear and one hell of a motorcycle.

Automatic chronoscope watch, $2,250 by Junghans

Waffle-knit henley,
$102 by Choctaw Ridge

Left Field designer Christian McCann's latest project goes back to the basics. Drawing his influences from an old underwear box, Choctaw Ridge offers American-made undershirts, waffle-knit thermals, boxers and boxer briefs in workwear-friendly fabrics like chambray. No, that doesn't mean you have to break them in, but they do make ideal complementary pieces for folks that can't get enough of that heritage feel.

 
 

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November 9, 2011

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