Timex partners with leading UK retailer END. and Japanese streetwear brand Neighborhood to launch a special collaboration limited edition watch. Defining the standards in U.S. horology since 1854, Timex lays claim to a rich heritage of quality watchmaking and continues its innovative spirit with timely updates to classic timepieces.
When Timex launched its Archive project, a signature collection celebrating and honoring the many craftsmen who pioneered countless Timex styles, the idea was to borrow from over 160 years of watchmaking and update styles to produce modern timepieces with a nod to the originals. The Timex x END. x Neighborhood collaboration features an exclusive iteration of the Timex Navi series. Inspired by military style and the great outdoors, this was a perfect choice for END. and Neighborhood to get behind.
Inspired by divers, the tri-branded watch comes with a tumbled stainless steel finish, custom dome windshield, and a tri-branded logo on the reverse lid.
The Neighborhood streetwear brand was founded in 1994 and is heavily influenced by motorcycles. It is considered one of the most influential brands in contemporary streetwear with a cult following in the West due to its limited availability through western retailers.
Since opening its doors in 2005, END. has developed both on the high street and online into one of the most influential, forward-thinking niche menswear retailers, offering a contemporary, unique, and world-leading brand mix.
The collaboration project was timed to celebrate the opening of END’s new store in SoHo, London during the second week of October. The limited-edition watch features a stainless-steel case, black dial, gray fabric, double-layer slip-thru strap, and a rotating bezel.
Bringing together the style codes of three transatlantic icons, the Timex x END. x Neighborhood timepiece combines military-inspired details with a biker state of mind. Born of Neighborhood’s love of classic collectibles, this limited-edition timepiece is built to last. Only 2,150 units will be made and distribution is only available through END.