Basically my Spring/Summer attire.

Basically my Spring/Summer attire.

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Colnago Track Bike

Colnago Track Bike

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Praise the most high, for summertime.

Praise the most high, for summertime.

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Doing it right.

basicsofman:

DIY Nylites | The Nylite Project | Summer Yellow

 After seeing photos of so many great looking nylites floating around tumblr, I couldn’t resist ordering a pair for myself and giving ‘customizing’ them a shot. I had so many ideas it was hard to narrow it down to just one. Considering it is my first time, I thought I better keep it basic.

 So, wanting these to be my go to summer shoes, I needed them to be versatile yet out of the box. I finally settled on solid Golden Yellow. I used only 3/4 of the dye hoping for a washed out, sunfaded look, that would only get better with wear. After soaking them for about 40 minutes, I hung them to dry overnight in front of a fan and slipped them on the next day. 

Nate Remington, Basics of Man

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Lands’ End Canvas Crosby Moc Toe Boots

Lands’ End Canvas Crosby Moc Toe Boots

Daniel Craig is a man.

Daniel Craig is a man.

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1968 VW Beetle Convertible

1968 VW Beetle Convertible

Do it for less.
Shirt, $8; Sunglasses, $17; Boots, $18; Belt, $20; Watch, $35; Jeans, $40; Briefcase, $45

Do it for less.

Shirt, $8; Sunglasses, $17; Boots, $18; Belt, $20; Watch, $35; Jeans, $40; Briefcase, $45

The Generic Man, Naval
Love the shoes these guys put out.
(a la valnalog & genericsurplus)

The Generic Man, Naval

Love the shoes these guys put out.

(a la valnalog & genericsurplus)

NSF DENIM by Simon Miller

NSF DENIM by Simon Miller

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Hiam Abbass, L’Uomo Vogue, September 2009

Hiam Abbass, L’Uomo Vogue, September 2009

D.S. Dundee, Spring/Summer 2012

D.S. Dundee, Spring/Summer 2012

Michael Caine and Natalie Wood, 1966

Michael Caine and Natalie Wood, 1966

Not quite young. Not quite old. And not quite the middle of the road.