On this week’s episode of The Worn & Wound Podcast, Ilya and James chat with Evan Perrone of Specialized, a California-based company that designs, manufactures, and markets tech-focused bicycles, clothes, and accessories. Evan’s an avid cyclist and a longtime reader of Worn & Wound (as he mentions on the podcast he’s gone through many of the tentpole watches we’ve reviewed over the years), and, as we learned from Evan, he’s not alone. There’s a huge cross-section of watch-heads who love to hit the trail, many of them working alongside Evan at Specialized. Ilya, James and Evan chat about that cross-section of interests, Evan’s collecting journey, and the parallels between the bike and watch industries.
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Evan’s wrist check: 1984 two-tone Rolex Datejust
James’ wrist check: Damasko DC 80
Ilya’s wrist check: Siduna Flyback Chronograph
Maratac Mid-Size Pilot
Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight
Tudor teasing Baselworld 2019 on IG
Omega 1957 Trilogy