5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From an adaptable winter coat to some highly-anticipated coffee gear

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.

1

Get this coat and never be unprepared for bad weather. Todd Snyder's 3-1 parka is sewn in New York's garment district from an Italian technical fabric called Olmetex. The outer shell and liner can layered up together or worn separately, depending on how cold it is outside. And the water-repellent shell has military-inspired envelope pockets and a drawcord waist. The interior liner is made from channel-quilted Italian nylon with a warm PrimaLoft filling for ultimate warmth.

3-in-1 parka,
$998 by Todd Snyder

2

A badass military-spec timepiece has been made even cooler. The Hamilton Khaki Field Mechanical is a classic watch, but this has a new black-PVD case and comes equipped with the manually wound H-50 caliber, an exclusive movement that offers up an 80-hour power reserve—double that of the previous generation. And if you ask us, the 38mm diameter case is the perfect size.

Khaki field watch,
$545 by Hamilton

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3

We love the Astorflex chukka and this is its cooler younger brother. Like the chukkas, these are handmade in Northern Italy by a family that's been making boots for six generations. They're naturally dyed and softened, meaning they're incredibly comfortable right out of the box. And the updated moc-toe front gives them a fresh shot of style to kick you into the new year.

Dukeflex boots,
$155 by Astorflex

4

Get a pair of chinos that work for both on- and off-duty. MR PORTER says these twill trousers "are the perfect middle ground between your chinos and sweatpants, thanks to the adjustable drawstring waist." We'd have to agree. They've got a relaxed yet lean silhouette thanks to the tapered, tailored leg, which means they won't look out of place if you want to appear put together. But they're also easy to pull on with the hoodie you plan to wear all winter long.

Tapered twill trousers,
$160 by Folk

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This has got coffee nerds buzzing, no pun intended. Fellow is best known for their handsome and minimalist precision coffee makers and kettles. Their new Ode grinder combines ultimate performance with countertop looks in much the same way. To say they've thought of everything is an understatement. The pro-grade 64mm flat burrs helps reduce both grind time and friction heat, which can distort flavors. They've also reduced the noise while making it easier to load (and the magnetically aligned catch for the cup? It's as fun as it is useful.)

Ode Brew grinder,
from $239 by Fellow

NOTE: Items featured in this story are independently selected by the editorial team. Purchasing via our links may earn Valet. a portion of the sale, which helps fund our editorial mission.

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