This week on the podcast, we’re taking the idea of a full house to new extremes as we close in on the end of 2022 to discuss our favorite releases of the year. Blake Buettner is joined by Zach Weiss, Thomas Calara, Zach Kazan, Ed Jelley, Patrick Marlett, and Kat Shoulders for a massive Year in Review discussion where the team discusses the watch news and releases that made the most waves in 2022. Be sure to share your favorite watches of the year in the comments below, and stay tuned to the Worn & Wound podcast feed as we’ll be answering questions submitted by listeners in the next episode.
The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep 276: The Year in Review
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