Twothirds bills itself as the fashion label for men who feel “devotion to the ocean.” Named in reference to the two-thirds of the planet’s surface covered by ocean water, Twothirds designs surf-inspired men’s streetwear with a nautical bent. Organic cotton graphic tees, fitted button-down shirts, lightweight jackets and coats, classic hoodies, and rugged pants cater to fellows who appreciate straightforward, unpretentious style. Thick cable-knit scarves, warm caps, and bright-striped belts seemingly inspired by maritime flags are the perfect accessories to finish off your seafarer-inspired look. Founded in 2010, Twothirds is based in the Basque city of San Sebastian, Spain. Hailing from a country that’s almost completely surrounded by water helps Twothirds founders Sergio Penzo and Lutz Schwenke to remain mindful of sea conditions; their label donates 10 percent of the proceeds from each sale to oceanic conservation and protective efforts.
With summer fast approaching, now’s the time to get your beach look in order. Which is where this selection of beachy essentials — flip-flips, graphic tees, tote bags, and swim trunks — comes in.
Military gear is the foundation of modern men’s apparel — from the bomber jacket to the business suit. That influence is on full display in this selection of jackets, cargos, tees, and backpacks, in olive, khaki, brown, and, of course, camo. However enthused you are about its history, one thing’s for sure: This stuff just looks cool.
While you may have looked great in that field jacket this fall, you’ll need something more substantial for the coming winter months. This selection of warm outerwear like wool coats, puffers, quilted jackets, and more, will certainly do the trick no matter what kind of weather you’re protecting yourself from.
Take the edge off the weekend’s final moments with these incredible deals. From sleek blazers to dress shirts to footwear and more, this sale is chock full of ways to update your wardrobe without breaking the bank. Sunday night just got a little bit better.