September is here. And while this heralds a new season—and new fall-winter picks—, this also means you’ll be embarking on holiday travels sooner than you imagine. Since your dynamic tastes have to keep up with your restless feet, you know this change in location, weather, time zone may also entail a change in your wardrobe and lifestyle choices. It’s time to strengthen your arsenal with savvy and suave additions.
Here are the plum picks we’ve gathered for you so that at every pit stop, you look polished; at every layover, you look luxe; and at every destination, you look dope.
JW Anderson x Uniqlo trench coat
Photo courtesy of Uniqlo UK
In case you haven’t heard, the young British designer is collaborating with the Japanese retail giant. Anderson’s rendition of the trench coat is perfect for the traveling gent. It’s basic and functional, yet stylish and polished. Pair it with his striped, multi-colored knit scarves and be ready to bundle up for chilly but chic ride.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8
Briggs and Riley Torq Tech suitcase
Photo courtesy of Briggs and Riley
It’s more than just a suitcase. Briggs and Riley believes in this. That’s why the luggage brand melds style and function together in one go for the male traveler. Its Torq Tech Black trolley comes in an attractive matte finish and is durable and lightweight. Its masculine, ergonomic shape shows off an elegantly engineered new design that’s guaranteed to take you places.
Ray-Ban Marshal sunglasses
Photo courtesy of Ray-Ban
Forget the Aviators. Drop the Wayfarers. This season, there’s a new boy in the block—and he goes by the name Marshal. Distinctly different from the two iconic models, the Marshal is hexagonal in shape with slightly angular frames and coolly tinted lenses.
Available in seven shades that range from gold, to gunmetal, and classic green all the way to a grey gradient variation, the Marshall is made for “those who don’t settle for mediocre,” as the brand succinctly puts it. Whether you are headed for a desert trek in Morocco or a ski trip up in the Alps, the Marshal is perfect for your peepers.
The North Face Access Pack
Photo courtesy of iculture.nl
The famed Access Pack of the outdoor sporting brand has a new incarnation. The 22L comes in an attractive yet subdued light grey color and a sharp, reimagined silhouette. This model debuts innovative features that define what a travel pack can be in the modern age.
The backpack’s ergonomic shape allows it to stand on its own; it also has a convenient locking mechanism designed for making commuting worry-free. Call this the ideal bag for the traveler techie. It can store a laptop in its main compartment and still leave plenty more space that you can use for your other gadgets and travel essentials.
Canon EOS 800D DSLR camera
A gadget that can compete with top-tier DSLRs but still carries a starter-level interface, this Canon is the perfect camera for the traveling tech geek. The EOS 800D has the world’s fastest AF focusing speed at 0.03 seconds and its 60-frames-per-second video capability. Best of all, its rugged body designed for different weather conditions and long-lasting battery make it the perfect travel mate.
Powerbeats 3 Wireless earphones
Sleek and slick, sharp and snazzy are the descriptors of Powerbeats 3 Wireless earphones. With up to 12 hours of battery life that can power you through a long layover or a high-intensity workout, this is guaranteed to be your new best friend.
Sweat and water-resistant, it is flexible through its secure-fit earhooks and has Fast Fuel that enables you to charge quickly. Whether you are taking calls or playing music, Powerbeats 3 says no to tangly situations. Best of all, there’s a Balmain version if you want to take things up a notch.
And, nope, we won’t wake you up when September ends. That’s because, for nomads like us, the journey simply continues.
What’s your best fall-winter product pick? Share your other recommendations in the comments section.