Timex maritime

Timex maritime

Postby koimaster » February 13th 2018, 12:58am

Todd Snyder and Timex continue their ongoing design partnership with the brand new MS1 Maritime Sport, a modern hybrid with a nautical sensibility that evokes naval academies and life on the eastern seaboard. Developed across the Atlantic, in Milan, by Snyder and Timex Design Director Giorgio Galli, it pays homage to iconic diver styling with a fresh look that’s equally at home in Nantucket or New York.



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Re: Timex maritime

Postby bobbee » February 13th 2018, 1:22am

Some great retro designs in there.
I had a look at the "about Todd Snyder" section, and the write up says:
"Iowa native Todd Snyder makes effortless everyday luxuries for the modern gentleman. Blending Savile Row craftsmanship with a downtown New York aesthetic, the line is relaxed, refined and always impeccably tailored."
Which is let down by a photo of said Todd wearing a suit that makes him look like a bag of shit tied round the middle.
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Re: Timex maritime

Postby foghorn » February 13th 2018, 5:06am

Nice watch. But a watch called “Maritime” with only 30 m W/R? They should call it the landlubber.

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