5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From the latest greatest fitness gear and cool new razor, to surprisingly affordable home goods

5 stylish items to buy this week

The Valet. team is constantly scouring shops and the web to find the latest and greatest items from the worlds of fashion, footwear and gear. Here, the editors have assembled their latest finds—the items we deem worthy of your hard-earned money. Browse away, treat yourself to something and start the week off right.


Let's call them running shoes for people who hate running. On is a relatively new brand based out of Switzerland and their signature technology lets you land softly and push off hard. In fact, On's CloudTec soles are scientifically proven to make running more efficient while preventing injury. In tests of their award-winning tech, runners show a lowered heart rate and lactate levels, meaning less effort per step.

Cloud sneakers,
$129.98 by On

On Cloud Sneakers


Hill City is a new high-performance menswear label founded by former Major League Soccer player Noah Palmer. The brand was recently launched under the Gap umbrella with the mantra "everything on purpose." And we definitely see a simplicity, yet purposeful intent behind every detail. From the weather-resistant shirt jacket insulated with recycled and highly breathable PrimaLoft to the clever zippered pockets on the four-way stretch training pants.

Thermal shirt jacket, $158 and training pants, $98 by Hill City

Hill City Thermal Shirt Jacket



If you get this wall-mounted lamp, you've got a decision to make. You see, when you've got a visually interesting piece like this powder-coated steel sconce in your home, people tend to ask where you got it. You can be honest and say that Urban Outfitters had it for an incredibly reasonable price. Or you could feign ignorance and say how you think you might have found it at a vintage shop on your last trip ... to, oh man ... I can't remember where that was.

Chelsea double sconce,
$149 at Urban Outfitters

Urban Outfitters Chelsea Double Sconce


We're suckers for a handsome military-influenced watch. And if that watch in question comes with a 24-hour inner ring, bright lumed hands and a date window, all for less than $150? Then we're definitely on board. This Allied watch from Timex comes in a bronze-tone brass case inspired by antique timepieces and is finished with a soft leather Nato strap that's stonewashed in Italy.

Allied watch,
$125 by Timex

Timex Allied Watch



This is an old school razor with a very modern edge. Unlike a typical safety razor, this zinc and stainless steel version has a pivoting head, which allows for a smooth shave that follows the contours of your face. It's also adjustable. Build the razor to suit your taste by choosing how many blades you want. Then secure them into the solidly-build razor with the twist of a knob. The Leaf eliminates wasteful disposable of plastic cartridges and packaging. Plus, each one ships with 40 blade edges, which is a pretty decent return on your investment right out of the gate.

Leaf razor,
$85 / $79 by Leaf

Leaf Razor

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