Watches, Stories, and Gear: Discovering Vintage Enicar, the Great Star Wars Heist, and More

“Watches, Stories, and Gear” is a weekly roundup of some of our favorite watch content, great stories from around the web, and cool gear that we’ve got our eye on. This week’s installment is brought to you by the Windup Watch Shop.

Oh, and before we continue, just a friendly reminder that this Sunday kicks off Daylights Saving Time, so don’t forget to advance your clocks one hour forward!

Nomos Teams Up With Timeless Luxury to Support the National Breast Cancer Foundation

Timeless Luxury recently teamed up with Nomos for a good cause, unveiling a set of two exclusive his and her watches with a portion of proceeds going to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. These will be part of Nomos’ regular catalog, but will be sold exclusively through Timeless. To learn more about these watches and this initiative, hit up Timeless. 

On Kickstarter – Time for a Change: Discovering Vintage Enicar

Martijn van der Ven (Instagram’s @vandervenus) loves vintage Enicar, so much so that he’s now writing a book about the brand. The project is currently being Kickstarted, and as of this writing it’s a bit over 1/3 of the way there. If you’re an Enicar fan and want to learn more about the project, hit the link. 


Popular Mechanics – The Great Star Wars Heist

There are few fandoms as passionate as the one surrounding Star Wars. From the films to the countless paraphernalia, fans of the space opera obsess over it all, especially a super-rare failed Boba Fett prototype from 1979. Popular Mechanics tells the fascinating story of what happened when one of these Boba Fett prototypes was reported stolen, and how that opened the flood gates to the biggest heist in Star Wars history.

Read it here

Tricker’s – Low Leg Logger Boots

Tricker’s makes fantastic boots, and these Low Leg Logger Boots are no exception. Handcrafted in England, they feature a Goodyear storm welt, thick commando soles, and waxy sueded uppers.You’ll have these for life.

$525 – shop here

Uniqlo x JW Anderson Reversible Hooded Coat

Uniqlo recently collaborated with British designer JW Anderson on a limited collection, and this Reversible Hooded Coat is a standout. Styled after a fisherman’s raincoat, it’s naturally water-repellant, and each version of the coat is reversible so you have two styling options.

$129.90 – shop here

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