All around the world, men have found ways to express their inner style and personality. Thanks to National Geographic, you can now draw from an entire planet’s worth of inspiration when it comes to men’s watches and jewelry. Fashioning jewelry for men is a long-held tradition in many countries, so a trip around the world will allow you to discover accessories unlike any you’ve seen before. In Java, men’s bracelets are truly things of art. A stunning combination of leather and high-quality silver beads, Javanese bracelets are made in the open air, with techniques dating back hundreds of years. In Nepal, copper and brass are the metals of choice for men’s jewelry, sometimes even suspected to contain healing properties. Watches for men are similarly varied. In Ireland, watches are a work of art, crafted of silver and hung from a chain, while in the United States, watches are highly functional, winding themselves, providing directions, and even running on solar power. With a planet full of men’s accessories to choose from, National Geographic is sure to have something you’ll love.
Perfect for everyday wear, this sleek watch has
a comfortable silicon band and an easy-to-read face. The battery is included, and the watch comes with its own National Geographic case. Manual included.
With an altimeter, barometer, digital compass, thermometer, and
more, this rugged, water-resistant watch by Casio is a true adventurer’s timepiece. The digital display indicates direction, altitude differential, or barometric trend, depending on what mode is in use. It also shows ...
Jewelers on the island of Java work in
open-air studios creating the sterling silver beads that have been a local art form since the 16th century. This bracelet begins with a technique called repoussé, where designs are hammered into a ...