Another year, another batch of T-shirts and boots and beard oils and sunscreens to buy, try and love. From small-batch graphic tees and the electric razor that’ll have you ditching manual ones for good to a no-brainer Off-White collab and jeans that were made for sneakerheads, here are 11 products we couldn’t get enough of in 2018.
ONE37pm’s Favorite Style Products of the Year
Herschel Supply Co. Eighteen Hip Pack
Sling packs have been everywhere this year and if street-style shots are to be believed, the trend isn’t showing any signs of slowing. Herschel’s classic bag—available in this colorway exclusively at Urban Outfitters—is a relatively low-stakes way to test the man-bag waters. With an expandable main compartment housing multiple external pockets, it’s as practical as it is versatile.
Timberland x Off-White 6-Inch Textile Boots
Classic Timberlands? Great. Timberlands infused with Virgil Abloh’s propensity for raw materials and industrial influences? Even better. Consider this striking pair proof that function and fashion don’t have to be opposing forces.
Everyday Oil Mainstay Blend
An all-natural, unisex and unscented skincare product, Everyday Oil is a blend of organic cold-pressed plant oils (coconut, olive, argan, jojoba and castor) that’s cleansing, hydrating and balancing. Use it as a facial or body moisturizer or leave-in conditioner—basically, slather it on any part of your body that needs a little love.
Come Tees Wall Slab T-Shirt
LA-based artist Sonya Sombreuil started Come Tees in 2009, but the business didn’t really take off until Kanye West was photographed in one of her frenetic designs back in 2016. Sombreuil makes her tees by hand in small batches, so they’re not cheap, they’re not all exactly the same and they sell out frequently. If you can swing it, get one.
Levi’s High-Ball Roll Jeans
Is there anything worse than wearing a killer pair of sneakers only to have them partially obstructed from view by your pants? (That’s hypothetical. There are obviously worse things, but for the sake of this list, no.) That’s why Levi’s came up with the High-Ball Roll Jeans. Inspired by streetwear, they’re literally made to maximize the number of eyes on your kicks. Finally.
Farmacy Green Screen Daily Sunscreen
Sun protection will never go out of style, but that doesn’t mean you should be content to stick to any old SPF from the drugstore. Clean brand Farmacy’s version is a non-greasy, broad spectrum mineral sunscreen that guards against the environmental factors that contribute to skin aging.
Saturdays NYC Waffle Crepe Beanies
Made from super soft materials like cashmere, merino wool and pima cotton, Saturdays’ beanies juxtapose a minimalist silhouette with bold colors. In ten styles, you won’t want to take these off your head until the first signs of spring.
West Third Brand Super Musk
This vintage-y scent from West Third Brand opens with a bang: Strong forward notes of musk. Linger, though, and you’ll sense a subtler follow through of vanilla, cinnamon, clove and sandalwood. Layered and multi-dimensional, Super Musk gets better the longer you smell it.
Everlane Cashmere Crew
Does Everlane’s cashmere sweater make any kind of big style statement? No, but it’s a piece you’ll wear to absolute death. It’s slim-cut, ultra-soft, comes in 14 colors and best of all, is super affordable (especially by cashmere standards) at $100. A no-brainer.
Carhartt WIP Prentis Liner
Less ubiquitous than Carhartt’s classic utility essentials but no less wearable, this full-zip fleece is ideal for layering: On cooler days wear it on top of a plain white tee or, when it gets colder, layer it under a puffer or camel overcoat.
Philips Norelco Electric Shaver 9700 with Cleansing Brush
No offense to traditional razors, but it’s hard to discount the benefits of an electric one. This version has three shave heads that rotate both ways, ensuring you cover every single spot. Before or after you shave, clip on the cleansing brush, which lifts hairs before you shave or brushes them away afterward. Use it wet or dry, then utilize its cleansing stand, which disinfects the razor head so you’re never reintroducing bacteria onto your skin. There’s a reason this guy has a four-out-of-five star rating out of 470 reviews on Amazon.
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