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Japanese Streetwear, WWII Leather, Namibian Deserts, and More from Hamilton Watch

Trends come and go, but quality timepieces are forever. If there’s one brand who lives up to this notion, it’s Hamilton Watch – since 1893, Hamilton has been creating high quality and monumental watches that stand the test of time, many of them becoming iconic over the decades. More recently, Hamilton has partnered with some incredibly exciting brands in media, fashion, art, and sports, proving itself to be a dynamic and versatile timepiece within a multitude of industries.

Hamilton Ventura x POGGYTHEMAN

A Hamilton classic meets Japanese streetwear – the most recent collaboration with designer POGGYTHEMAN sees one of the most beloved Hamilton pieces updated with a modern twist. This recently released (November 20, 2019) piece is presented in a full black edition with pink indexes and accents on the dial and pink lining of the black leather strap. The eye-catching color scheme was inspired by the bright pink suits that one of the watch’s biggest fans, Elvis, used to wear on stage and is paired with black as a nod to the original 1957 design. Limited to 500 pieces, the new Ventura POGGYTHEMAN is a truly unique take on a 20th century icon.

Hamilton Khaki Field Auto Chrono

As seen on the wrist of star John Krasinski in Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, the Hamilton Khaki Field Auto Chrono is multifunctional, military-inspired, and ready for adventure. This sleek all black model is the perfect piece for someone seeking both style and functionality – water-resistant up to 100m with a stainless-steel case, the Hamilton Khaki Field Auto Chrono is any potential-action stars dream watch.

Hamilton Khaki Aviation Pilot Schott NYC – Limited Edition

It’s no secret that Hamilton’s roots are deeply embedded in the American spirit, but no watch has embodied this as strongly at the Hamilton Khaki Aviation Pilot Scott NYC. This limited-edition piece was created in collaboration with Schott NYC, the company commissioned by the US Air Force at the start of WWII to design and produce wartime apparel for troops. Only 1,892 limited edition pieces of the watch were produced, and the bracelet is made of the same lightweight steer hide leather used for the flight jackets worn during the war – overall, a gritty but stylist piece of history that can be worn every day.

Hamilton Khaki Aviation X-Wind Day Date Auto

When Dario Costa, the Italian pilot known for his aerial acrobatics and skill in navigating extremely challenging conditions, took on the navigating through the precarious dunes of Namibia, he needed to trust that his watch would be able to withstand the extreme conditions of the flight. On his wrist was the Hamilton Khaki Aviation X-Wind Day Date Auto, one of Hamilton’s most technical aviator watches. This model was designed to be readable, reliable, and precise, and doesn’t look too bad on the wrist, either. With up to 80 hours of power reserve and a sleek looking face, this watch is suited for any outfit, adventure, or altitude. 

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