Every day, our team filters through hundreds of style articles, clothing pieces, collection launches, brand parties, blogger fads, runway shows, fashion shoots, lookbooks and many, many more stimuli to stay on top of what’s hot in men’s fashion. In spite of all that noise, we’ll keep things simple here: just four things we’re into right now, updated each week.

Frye Campus Inside Zip Boot

These American-made boots sport an understated profile that will look good with just about anything in your wardrobe. The narrow shaft features an inside zipper for easy entry, and the slim profile pairs well with tapered jeans or chinos. This boot has top-tier details, including vegetable-tanned leather, a Goodyear welt construction and leather lining. If you’re looking for a versatile pair of boots for everyday wear, put these at the top of the list. — Gear Patrol

The Real McCoy’s Joe McCoy Nylon Down Vest

This Japanese vintage-inspired vest is made from nylon 66 heavy twill and filled with French duck down. It’s an understated throwback piece that will look good in a variety of settings this spring. The durable construction ensures you’ll be wearing this in transitional weather for years to come. — John Zientek

Bremont Airco Mach 1

Bremont’s new Airco Mach 1 has pretty much everything you’d want in an everyday timepiece. A handsome, vintage-inspired dial layout. A nicely-sized 40mm case. Chronometer accuracy. A super-tough build. Yes, at just under $4,000 it’s a hefty sum for a watch, but its something you can wear for all occasions and it will genuinely last you a lifetime. — Andrew Connor

Levi’s Vintage Clothing Shorthorn Shirt

This sunfaded overshirt is ideal for layering in the inconsistant spring weather. Cut from a loosely-woven cotton flannel fabric, this shirt features mother of pearl buttons, flapped patch pockets and a rounded hem. It’s comfortable, casual and quality. — John Zientek

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