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In Part 1 of High Rollers, we outlined how spending money is one of the best stress relievers possible. Well, its time for part 2 and nothing has changed in that department. The only thing is, with the crazy sales Karmaloop is having this month (40% off?!), it’s pretty hard to find anything that’s legitimately expensive on there.
We snooped around and found some of the waviest, most ballerific items on the whole site. We decided to round some of our favorite premium joints and give you the chance to make it e-rain a little bit. Check out our Five $100+ Items That You Actually Need.
1. Crooks & Castles Cobra Sweatshirt
All blacked out with a mean leather exterior and heather grey sleeves? This one is a winner for sure. Made with 100% genuine leather, this is a premium piece thats worth the price tag. Couple this with some black denim and Palladium boots and be ready for winter combat.
2. BBC Crest Rugby
We don’t hide the fact that we’re big fans of BBC. Their Fall/Winter 2013 line has been killing it and we were happy as hell to see this piece in the new arrivals. The victoria blue allows it to be effortlessly paired with some dark denim or khaki pants, and adding a pair of winter boots will only more flavor.
3. Zanerobe Sureshot Chino
Zanerobe is the king of fly chinos. They come tapered, with unique patterns and elasticized cuffs, making them comfortable and able to universally worn. These Sureshot joints come in a dope camo pattern, and they would work pretty well with the BBC rugby above.
4. LRG Gallery Watch
Finally, a gold watch that is not too gaudy and has a little class to it. LRG does a great job on the Gallery watch design, combining a gold tone exterior with a nautical inspired face making it a great piece to wear formally when needed.
5. Herschel Little America Weatherpack
We did a feature on The Little America pack last week, so you should definitely read that. The bottom line with Herschel is, you are paying for quality every time and you can’t go wrong with the most popular backpack in their product line.
Check out Part 1 of High Rollers: HERE