Top 16 Best Beer Cities in the US
Beer has been mentioned in some of the oldest writings known to exist, so it has become an integral part of cultures around the world. When immigrants from around the globe settled in the United States, they brought their beer brewing techniques with them. Everything from a pale, light beer to a dark and nutty brew is made right here in America.
If you are hoping to sample some of the best being offered, here are top 16 best American cities to consider. Keep in mind our travel list is ranked in no particular order, as there’s just too much to love in the good old USA.
1. Albuquerque, New Mexico
Straddling the Rio Grande in central New Mexico, The Duke City is a great locaton in general. Packed full of attractions, Albuquerque has two yearly festivals that celebrate beer. There is the ABQ Hopfest in October and there is also Albuquerque Beer Week, held in May. Breweries of note are peppered throughout the city.
The ABQ Brew Pub in Uptown offers up some locally crafted beers such as the famous Alien Amber Ale. Pale ale, lager, and the roasted-chile-infused Pancho Verde Chili Cerveza are all popular and distinct options at this bar, and local culture demands it be shared with friends! Bosque Brewing on San Mateo Boulevard offers up a menu of seasonal specials as well as permanent list of artisan brews.
If you are possessed of a charitable nature, you may also appreciate that Bosque Brewing donates $1 from every pint of seasonal ale sold towards helping families adopt children. The Broken Bottle Brewery on Coors is the place to go if you also want to enjoy some standard pub-style food and live music along with your beverage.
The Broken Bottle has unique beers such as pumpkin ale and a Steamy Lawyer, which is a steamed beer that carrier the undertone of cloves. If you are traveling to the southwest and enjoy a unique, locally-produced beer, plan a stop in Albuquerque and try out a few pints.
2. Chicago, Illinois
The flagship of the town’s beer community, Goose Island Brewery, is slated to close in early 2014, but their brews will continue to be offered up at several locations throughout the city. Goose Island’s award-winning beers, Matilda, Bourbon County Stout and 312 Urban Wheat Ale, are among those you don’t want to miss!
The Beer Bistro, located quite close to the United Center, has a gigantic selection of international craft beers, including 18 on tap, 114 varieties by the bottle and 40 in cans.
The food offerings run the gamut from fish and chips to awesome burgers, so bring your appetite along with your thirst. The Fountainhead, which features a seasonal rotation of both food and ales, is the place to go if you would like to try out something new.
Roots Pizza, on the near west side of town, offers up a unique malt-style pizza that is meant to be complimented by their huge selection of Midwestern beers. With 15 choices on tap, 70 in bottles and 60 in cans, you shouldn’t be leaving thirsty.
3. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The City of Brotherly Love has long been considered a drinking town, and the beer available in town will make you want to book another visit again soon. Local 44, a pub located in West Philadelphia, has an ever-changing assortment of craft beers on tap. If you like drafts, this is a must-see place.
The Nodding Head on Sansom Street is known for its delicious eats and quirky beers, such as Monkey Knife Fight, which is an Asian-inspired blonde lager or Grog, a dark, heavy beer. There are plenty more pub-crawling spots in Philly, many of which also have the famous Philly cheese steak sandwiches.
4. Fort Collins, Colorado
Hailed as the largest producer of beer in the state of Colorado, Fort Collins offers up everything from mass-produced, commercial beer to specialty microbrews.
You can tour the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Company and taste beer right from the source. You can also check out the gift shop and visit the world-known Clydesdale horses, as long as the team is not out on tour. You should also swing by the Fort Collins Brewery in downtown and sample their unusual and best-selling Major Tom’s Pomegranate Wheat beer.
Finally, head on over to Linden Street and pull up a chair at the New Belgium Brewing Company. Home of the wildly-popular Fat Tire Ale, this brewery is growing by leaps and bounds.
Other offerings there include six regular beers and a rotating menu of five specialty beers. The brewery is also known for its commitment to the environment, making it a popular destination for those who love nature.
5. Cleveland, Ohio
Often called ‘The Rock and Roll Capital of the World’, C-town is a rocking place to sample fine beers. If you are looking to crawl a few pubs, here are some spots you shouldn’t miss.
The Winking Lizard is a local chain that offers a yearly beer tour, as well as over 100 varieties on tap and in bottles. This is a family-friendly, sports-bar atmosphere that is a favorite with locals and out-of-town guests alike.
The Buckeye Beer Engine, which touts itself as a neighborhood bar, has a huge selection of drafts and bottles from around the world, as well a two oak-cask ales to sample.
This location is also noted for its burgers, which are considered among the best in the city. Finally, The Grovewood Tavern is an unobtrusive little bar tucked away in the city’s east side.
They have a huge selection of beers, including ales from Eastern Europe, in addition to a tasty menu full of bar food. If you visit Cleveland, these are the places you don’t want to miss.
6. Saint Louis, Missouri
Saint Louis is home to one of thirteen breweries in the Anheuser-Busch collective of breweries, so you have the opportunity to tour the plant and sample the beer fresh.
This is a great family-friendly outing that is also educational. Afterwards, stop in at the Griesedieck Brothers Brewery. The most popular beers from the Griesediecks include a golden pilsner and an unfiltered Bavarian-style wheat beer that is available in local bars all throughout the area.
You can also tour the brewery in the nearby town of Belleville. As your last stop in town, check out the Saint Louis Brewery. Home of the Schlafly brand of beers, this brewery ships to states in the southern US and up and down the Eastern Seaboard.
Located in the suburb of Maplewood lies The Schlafly Bottleworks, which also houses a produce market and an eatery to compliment their beers, which include pale ale on draft and 25 seasonal brews.
7. Asheville, North Carolina
Once crowned ‘Beer City USA’ by an online poll in celebration of Craft Beer Week, Asheville offers up an enormous selection of delicious beers, ranging from commercial ales to quirky microbrews. The city boasts nine craft breweries, which is the highest in the nation per capita.
Asheville also hosts a whopping five brew festivals a year and even has a ‘Beer Guy’ column in the local newspaper. The Brewtopian Society of Asheville has listed a complete list of tours that will help you experience all the best beers that the town has to offer.
If you want to do some pub-crawling on your own, The Asheville Brewing Company in downtown offers up a Fire Escape Ale that is brewed with jalapenos and packs quite a punch. If that’s not to your liking, they also have Rocket Girl Lager, which is a huge local favorite. The Thirsty Monk is another downtown favorite that makes nano-brews. This allows for a lot of variation between batches and yields such recipes as Cherry Chocolate Stout and Scotland Trainwreck. If you’re looking for originality, the Monk has it in spades.
8. Burlington, Vermont
Burlington has become a mecca in recent years for those hoping to sample a wide variety of awesome beer in a weekend, making the town very friendly to tourists. Some of the more popular pubs in town include the Switchback Brewery, the Vermont Pub and Brewery, and the Three Needs Brewery and Taproom, which relocated in January of 2012 and is currently resuming their brewing operation after moving the pub. Burlington Brew Tours offers a tour for every taste, from a designated driver van to a food and beer tour. No matter where your tastes lie, there is sure to be a great tour available soon.
9. Milwaukee, Wisconsin
For much of its history, the city of Milwaukee was touted at The Beer Capital of the World. Major brewers such as Miller, Pabst, Schlitz and Blatz made their homes here and took advantage of the ice available from Lake Michigan before refrigeration was available to create empires.
If you are hoping to sample some of the finest that Milwaukee has to offer, you have a ton of options. You can plan your trip to coincide with Beer Week, which is traditionally held in April, or you can go it alone.
If you’re pub-crawling, Mulligans Irish Pub and Grill is lauded for both its excellent beers and its sumptuous food offerings. The Blackbird Bar offers a lively patio atmosphere and a huge selection of local beers on tap and in bottles.
You also won’t want to miss The Harbor Room, if you are secure in your sexuality. A primarily gay bar, the place is known for its two-for-one beer special for anyone who goes topless, although the ladies do keep their bras on. The atmosphere is so fun and inviting and the beer so cold, you won’t want to miss it.
10. Boston, Massachusetts
Beantown is a fast-paced, older city with a plethora of beer venues to check out during your stay. The Harpoon Beer Hall attracts such crowds that the line will sometimes stretch out into the street, so arrive early.
Offering 19 varieties of Harpoon on tap, gigantic pretzels with dipping sauces and no television squawking away, this is a great place to enjoy the suds and take in the unique atmosphere of Boston. After sampling the beer at the Hall, get over to the Sunset Bar and Grill.
With over 380 varieties of beer, 112 of which are on tap, you can sample a lot of different beers to find a new favorite. This place also rotates their beer menu frequently and has scrupulous, gleaming taps and flights, which can help if you are not a big fan of germs. Finally, James’s Gate is an authentic Irish bar, complete with a gigantic flagstone fireplace, wooden tables and an eclectic selection of 20 beers on tap.
11. Portland, Oregon
Long considered an eccentric town and know for its rainy weather, music scene and coffee shops, Portland has quite a collection of outstanding pubs. If you plan to go bar-crawling on your own, there are three pubs you will not want to miss.
First, head up Broadway to the most authentic Scottish pub in Portland, the Rose and Thistle. Traditional Scottish foods, such as haggis, feature prominently on the menu, and the selection of beer available is both varied and ever-changing. They also offer indoor and outdoor seating, and children are welcome in the restaurant section which makes this a perfect stop for a family.
Next, you will want to take an evening and experience the McMenamin’s Bagdad Theater and Pub.
Instead of vapid televisions or tired pop music, The Bagdad focuses on a unique theater experience. They play a mix of older and newer titles and have a mix of local, regional and national beers to enjoy during the film. Their food is also top-notch bar fare. The beer and the experience is laid-back and fun.
Finally, you should visit Kell’s Irish Restaurant and Pub. One of the city’s best-known pubs, the place is always packed to the walls. However, a large crew of servers and bartenders keep waits to a minimum. The beers offered are Irish and span from the relative unknown to the most popular from the Emerald Isle. If you can handle crowds and love the energy of a hopping pub, this is a can’t-miss opportunity.
12. Seattle, Washington
While the town is known largely for its coffee, Seattle offers a lively bar and pub scene that offers a ton of variety. The Beveridge Place Pub should definitely be on your list of places to visit. The ambiance is friendly and welcoming, and the beer selection is outstanding. While they don’t have the enormous selection some pubs offer, they do operate 25 to 30 taps.
Eight taps are dedicated to house favorites like Boundary Bay IPA and Schooner Exact Gallant Maiden Hefeweizen. The others feature a constantly-rotating selection of Washington beers with lots of locations and tastes being represented.
Next, stop in at Brouwers on Freemont. With 64 beers on draft and hundreds of bottles in refrigerators, this is a mecca for beer lovers. The menu is impressive and the atmosphere is fun and energetic.
Finally, head over to The Triangle Pub in Pioneer Square. The place is a Seattle tradition and has an awesome menu of good pub food and a wide selection of beers from both the local area and the state.
13. San Diego, California
San Diego has a lot of unique and tasty beers, including alpine, stone, ballast and green flash varieties. The Blind Lady Ale House is an award-winning pub over on Adams Avenue that offers a huge selection of microbrews from the surrounding area and several from more far-flung locations. Lunch is served six days a week as well, making it a great stop for mid-afternoon dining and tasting.
The Dublin Square Irish Pub is an exact replica of a Dublin pub, and the fare here is all Ireland. You can enjoy a few pints and munch on traditional Irish feasts such as lamb stew or shepherd’s pie. You won’t want to miss this authentic and pleasant little tavern.
14. San Francisco, California
If you are planning a trip to Frisco, you need to make a point to try out some of the excellent local breweries. The 21st Amendment Brewery puts out seven delicious, hand-crafted ales, including IPA, wheat ale, Imperial IPA, Black IPA, Belgian Dark Ale, Extra Pale Ale, and Winter Spiced Ale.
Depending on when you visit, they also craft some seasonal brews, such as Watermelon Ale in spring or Myer’s Scotch Ale in the fall. You should also sample the Rainbow Stout offered at the San Francisco Brewing Company over near Chinatown.
They also produce the Liberator Doppelbock, which is a heavy, high-alcohol content beer that satisfies very well. Also head over to the Thirsty Bear near the Giants’ stadium if you happen to be visiting on a Tuesday night. That is when they tap a special cask-conditioned stout.
Arrive early, because it is only served until the single cask is gone! You never know what flavors might be incorporated, so this is a fun place to try out something unique.
15. Grand Rapids (Kalamazoo and Battle Creek Area), Michigan
For those visiting this general area of Michigan, there is a lot to choose from when it comes to microbrews and awesome pubs. In Battle Creek, the Arcadia Brewing Company specialized in British-style ales. Using hops from the Pacific Northwest, malted barley shipped from England, and Ringwood yeast, you will think you’re drinking in a London pub.
In Kalamazoo, Shakespeare’s Pub is known for its 45 taps that run the range of tastes from Green Pumpkin Milk Stout to Unicorn Killer. Finally, in Grand Rapids, the Hopcat was voted the third-best beer bar in the world by The Beer Advocate. Boasting 48 gleaming taps and offering a dog-friendly environment, this is one pub you won’t want to miss.
16. Bend, Oregon
If you’re in Bend and thirsty, the Silver Moon Brewery is one of the best in the city. Offering eight taps full of house, hand-crafted flavors ranging from Snakebite Porter to Lifeguard Blonde, there is a taste for everyone here.
Their food offerings are also top-notch, and the bar staff is huge and helpful. The Deschutes Brewery and Public House is another great place to visit if you are both hungry and thirsty. The beer selection is huge and the chicken sandwiches are considered the best in town.
Finally, hit the brewery tour at Ten Barrels Brewing. Tours are offered on Fridays from three to four, and the tap room is open 11 to 11 every day. Come thirsty, as they have a huge selection of house brews and regional favorites.
Top 29 Best Watches Under $500 For Men
With cellphones so ubiquitous, your watch choice can be less about telling time and more about personal style. However, a watch is not ‘just’ a watch. For example, the vast majority are made for right-handed people, but a select few cater to the lefties among us. There is a wide range in functionality and size.
The wristwatch is also one of the few socially acceptable accessories for men, so why not have a small selection? If you’re not cashing a CEO’s paycheck just yet, here are the top 28 most handsome watches for men that retail for under $500.
Got a bigger budget? Then check out our guide to the best men’s watches under $1000 instead.
Top 29 Best Watches Under $500 For Men
1. Tommy Hilfiger Stainless Steel Men’s Watch
If you like the feel of a pliable, non-metal band but aren’t comfortable with genuine leather, this watch comes equipped with a handsome synthetic band. At 46mm in diameter, this watch is perfect for men of smaller stature, as it will not overpower your hand or make it look like you’re wearing your father’s watch. With bold Arabic numerals, a stainless steel case, and classic styling, this watch is an outstanding choice for an everyday watch and the man on a budget.
2. Nordgreen Pioneer – Black Dial
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Not everyone has an endless amount of cash to drop on a luxury timepiece. If you’re money-conscious but want something high-end, then why not consider the Nordgreen Pioneer.
An inspired take on a classic Chronograph, Nordgreen celebrates the Danish with what they call a timepiece “that captures the sustainable future.” Available in various dial colors from blue, black, and white. There’s even the choice of three case colors – gunmetal, silver, and rose gold. A perfect addition to the collection of any watch enthusiast.
3. Fossil Grant Brown Leather Watch
This lovely offering by Fossil features slim Roman numeral hour markers and delicate cut-out hands. The casing is stainless steel and is water-resistant to 165 feet, making it a great dive watch. The band is made of supple, soft calfskin leather and uses a buckle closure.
Of course, this timepiece also comes with the generous 11-year warranty and it’s own fun tin. This watch oozes class and is great for nearly every occasion in your life.
4. Citizen Sport Stainless Steel Men’s Watch With Brown Leather Band
If you don’t want to deal with changing out a battery in a digital watch, this watch is powered by either natural or indoor lighting. The mineral crystal face and stainless steel case make this watch water-resistant to 330 feet, making it a great choice for swimmers and snorkelers.
Handsome and utilitarian, this is a great watch for everyday wear. It’s one of the best watches for men who are always on the go.
5. Fossil Men’s Machine Chronograph Silicone Watch
This watch was designed with the active man in mind. The knurled silicone band stands up to sweat and oils without issue, and the timepiece itself is water-resistant to 165 feet.
The patterned bezel and quality craftsmanship of the black dial is excellent, as is to be expected from a Fossil watch. It even comes in the iconic and collectible tin!
6. Citizen Men’s Eco-Drive Watch
This men’s watch features Japanese quartz movement that charges itself indoors or out when exposed to light, making it a great choice for those who don’t want to change out the battery too often. The stitched canvas strap is soft against your skin and will wick away moisture, while the mineral crystal face stands up to the rigors of your everyday life.
Water-resistant to 330 feet, this dive watch is a classic and simple design you’ll be proud of for years to come.
7. Invicta Pro Diver Chronograph Men’s Watch
Another gorgeous offering by Invicta, this watch features a bold design with a slightly nautical feel to it. It will look at home whether you’re wearing a business suit or are going for a dive of less than 660 feet. This piece is also covered by a one-year warranty as a matter of course. The luminosity feature and magnified date window make it a great choice if you work or play in low light.
If you want something that looks like a Tag Heuer but without the luxury watch brand price tag, this is a good option!
8. Casio Edifice Multi-Function Men’s Watch
This watch has three sub-dials for 12 hour, 60 minute and 60-second displays, in addition to the standard time. It also features a fold-over, push-down clasp on the stainless strap, keeping it secure throughout your activities. If you’re looking for a classy timepiece that shrieks sophistication, this is a great choice.
9. Fossil Machine Three Hand Stainless Steel Men’s Watch
This quality watch is a chameleon piece. It looks at home as a dress watch riding below the cuff of your best suit, and it also looks great paired with jeans and a t-shirt. Backed by Fossil’s 11-year warranty as a matter of course and beautifully crafted, this smoke-colored piece is guaranteed to become the go-to accessory for nearly every occasion.
10. MVMT Watches Black Face Men’s Watch
If you like the look of a simple watch, this minimalist offering from MVMT is right up your alley. With just a plain black face, tick marks to denote the hours and a single date window, there is nothing overdone or extravagant about this design. The is understated and suited to the simple design. It’s definitely a classy, low-key piece for the budget-conscious.
11. Timex Weekender Watch
If you’re looking for a fun watch to pair with casual outfits, this is a great option. The band is blue and yellow woven nylon, and the face features both civilian and military timekeeping. An Indiglo night light is also included. This watch is water-resistant to 99 feet, meaning it can withstand splashes of water or exposure to rain but you won’t want to submerge it.
12. PUMA Ultrasize Black Sport Men’s Watch
Boasting a 50mm diameter, this piece is perfect for the large-framed man or one who likes to wear his accessories oversized. A true fashion statement, this sports watch comes in eight different colors schemes to match your favorite hues.
Do be aware, however, that the dial knob is configure for left-handed men!
13. Timex Easy Reader Men’s Watch
Another dress watch designed with the older gentleman in mind, this watch features a white dial with generously sized numerals that do not appear comical to the casual observer.
It’s also an excellent choice if you take your contacts out at night and still want to be able to check the time. With classic lines and a simple white face, the watch would not be out of place at any casual gathering. It comes with Timex’s one-year warranty at no additional charge.
14. Fossil Nate Men’s Chronograph Watch
For men who like a more gritty, industrial feel to their accessories, this Fossil watch is right on point. The bezel is gear-edged and the face is utilitarian black and gray. Water-resistant to 165 feet, this watch is a great choice if you like your adornments to be understated yet add visual interest.
It’s definitely a stand-out piece, for those who would take notice!
15. Timex Expedition Field Chronograph Men’s Watch
Featuring an indigo night light, tachymeter, a date window and a buckle closure, this watch is perfect for men who like to work or play outdoors. It is also water-resistant to 330 feet, making it a great choice for snorkeling or swimming.
You won’t want to wear it for diving, however. With classic, black styling and a genuine crystal face, this is a timepiece that will stand the test of time in both form and function.
16. Seiko 5 Automatic Stainless Steel Men’s Watch
This Seiko automatic watch has all the bells and whistles you need, but presents it all in a plain and strikingly attractive manner. It features a date window in either English or Spanish, sword-shaped hands, a sweeping second hand and a mineral dial window. This is a great option for the man on the go. The canvas strap can be removed and hand-washed if sweat or other odors become an issue.
This watch is not water-resistant, so you’ll only want to wear it when you won’t be popping by the pool for a swim!
17. Invicta Pro Diver Collection Silver-Tone Men’s Watch
For those who prefer an all-metal timepiece, the stainless steel Invicta fits the bill nicely. It has a similar aesthetic to a Tag Heuer watch, but at a more affordable price. Equipped with a unilateral bezel and removable links, the band can be customized to fit your wrist perfectly. The face is flame fusion crystal and features a magnifier to highlight the date window.
It’s also water-resistant to 660 feet. If you’re looking for a gorgeous watch that stands up to an active lifestyle, this is an excellent choice.
18. Seiko Men’s Adventure-Solar Classic Casual Watch
This Seiko watch derives its power from either natural or indoor light and can withstand water depths of up to 330 feet. The supple brown leather strap and timeless brushed steel give this piece an attractive look, and the alarm chronograph is easy to set.
If you’re looking for a watch that can serve as a backup for your wake-up call while traveling, stand up to the elements and look awesome, this casual wrist watch is a winner.
19. Nautica Men’s Stainless Steel Watch with Blue Resin Band
Featuring a plethora of options and a smart, snappy style, this a great casual watch with a eye-catching blue dial. The hardy resin band is adjustable, and the face is protected by a mineral window. Whether for work or play, this bold blue design is handsome and substantial on the wrist. It comes with Nautica’s five-year warranty at no additional charge.
20. Citizen Sport Men’s Stainless Steel Watch with Black Leather Band
The black, red and white face of this piece eschews the traditional two-tone color scheme so often employed in other watches, and the contrasting stitching on the band adds creative flair. It comes backed by Citizen’s five-year warranty and will compliment any casual outfit.
21. Alessi Tic15 Analog Display Analog Quartz Black Men’s Watch
Another not-quite-round offering on our list, the curved square casing of this piece gives it instant visual appeal. Sleek and clean, this unfussy design will be a compliment to almost any occasion. It has quartz movement and is water-resistant to 99 feet, making it a great choice for everyday wear.
22. Invicta 1517 I Force Collection Watch
Another on our list designed for left-handed men, this watch is something special. Water-resistant to 330 feet and featuring oversize stenciled numbers and a sub dial, this watch is great for any casual outfit. The cloth band is extremely durable and stands up to dirt, sweat and grime.
If you lead an active lifestyle, this watch will be right at home in your collection.
23. TRIWA Blue Steel Nevil Canvas Watch
This watch comes in a whopping 14 color variations, all of them beautiful. You may decide to add more than one to your collection!
Designed in Sweden, this watch features Japanese quartz movement, a stainless steel casing and a strap made from Tärnsjö organic leather. TRIWA, which stands for Transforming the Industry of Watches, believes in the artistry of fine jewelry and it shows in their product.
24. Victorinox Swiss Army Alliance Watch
Another fine dress watch from the makers of the Swiss Army knife, this watch is emblazoned with the internally recognized cross and shield emblem. It has no sub-dials, tachymeter or other add-ons to detract from its simple and appealing style.
This watch will be at home with all but the most formal of outfits and carries a two-year warranty.
25. Ingersoll Automatic Stainless Steel Bull Run Watch
Again, Ingersoll remakes the classics and brings them into the present day. With a highly polished stainless steel casing, two sub-dials, a date aperture and arrow-shaped hands, this quartz watch is beautiful.
The band features contrasting stitching on the fine-grain leather, adding depth and detail to the workmanship. This watch will compliment any casual occasion and can be relied upon for years to come.
26. Tissot Quickster Chronograph Black Leather Men’s Watch
Made with scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and Swiss automatic movement, this watch is a smart and utilitarian choice. If you’re looking for a solid Swiss watch that isn’t flashy, this is an excellent option. It’s also guaranteed for two years.
27. Seiko Sport Solar Men’s Beige Watch
Are you getting tired of squinting down at your watch or holding it closer and closer to your face? Don’t worry, we all get a bit nearsighted with age, especially over the age of 40.
If you’re not quite ready for reading glasses or a comically huge watch, this is a great choice from Seiko. The numerals, indices and luminous hands stand out in stark white against a black background, and the numerals are generous in size. It’s a perfect casual watch for the older gentleman.
28. Seiko Men’s 5 Watch Blue Canvas Band
This simple and affordable watch has a clean, crisp aesthetic to it and doesn’t bog down its design with a ton of bells and whistles. It’s time and date, end of.
If you want a watch for casual wear, this Seiko is a shoo-in. The band is forgiving and comfortable against your wrist, and it’s blue color will likely compliment your existing wardrobe. The price is also extremely affordable.
29. Tommy Hilfiger Men’s Stainless Steel Watch With Brown Leather Band
Featuring the Hilfiger logo at the three o’clock position, this wrist watch is a statement piece. It is a bright, shiny stainless steel work of art that you’ll be proud to wear at all but the most stuffy of workplaces. The calfskin leather band uses a buckle closure and the date window is beside the logo at three o’clock.
If you’re a fan of Tommy clothing, cologne or luggage, you can complete your look with this stunning accessory.