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Summer Kit Nº5 - Editors Kit 

Over the last week its warmed up quite nicely here in Victoria. And by warm I mean the temperature hit around 20ºC {69ºF}, so it's not too often that you get to break out the shorts. Of course, when the weekend does arrives, the weather decides to cool down. Typical. This weeks kit is what I'm wearing today, with a few pieces now available in our shop.

Navy Trail Oxfords
Navy Trail Oxfords on a Vibram Sole. Living in a such mild climate means these are a year round shoe for me. Made of beautiful Navy Horween leather, they will form to your feet, becoming comfortable and supple the more time that you spend in them. Trust.

Cotton Dishtowel BD Circa 1986
This cotton Dishtowel pattern button down from Gitman Vintage, has been on heavy rotation for me this summer. I don't believe its currently available anywhere as it sold out pretty fast, but if you do get the chance to snag one– don't hesitate.

A2-T Field Watch
I've been wearing this particular watch for a year at least. Bertucci makes some great options, in case you happen to be in the market. The crimson watch face and strap are definitely some of our favorite colours. My favorite attributes are the sturdy 2-ply, military spec nylon strap and the solid titanium case.

Viberg Billfold
My daily billfold.

My go-to sunglasses from Ray-Ban are these gold frames with green lenses. Classic and simple.

Tellason: John Graham Mellor
This denim is a slim/straight fit which is ideal. You want your denim to fit you properly without looking like its painted on, or falling off. These work well for slim guys, average guys and husky guys alike.

The Hill-Side for Gentlemen's Reserve
Emil & Sandy from The Hill-Side made this special edition pocket square for our annual pop-up market in Vancouver. In my humble opinion, it really is the perfect colour made from deadstock selvedge, aqua chambray.

Green Thin Stripe Socks
I bought this particular pair of Happy Socks while I was in NYC, and they are easily one of my favorites. Thin and lightweight. Sometimes a subtle mixing of patterns is necessary, especially when it comes to wearing socks.

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