Saturday, 13 July 2013

Fashion: Springbreak y'all...

Springbreak; wooden watches to punctuate your style and enhance your vibeFed up of trying to find unique watches which were also edgy and affordable the minds behind Springbreak took it upon themselves to create precisely that; reasonably priced wrist wear that would make people say “Hey awesome watch, man!” Not only are they designing eclectic watches but in a bid to beat childhood hunger a portion of the sales from every watch goes to fighting that exact cause.
After studying together at both school and college, Maurice Davis and Kwame Andrews dabbled in a range of other activities. They bagged themselves a few graduate degrees and were involved in combat tours of Iraq and Afghanistan but eventually they decided to revisit their obsession with watches and so the Springbreak company was born.


The Springbreak brand ­is not like any fashion or retail company you have seen before especially in the world of watches. There is no excessive bling or mixed metals, jewels and colour the materials are eco-friendly and wonderfully fresh and simple.
Currently in stock is the crisp and cool maple wood watch named ‘The White Party Wood Watch’ and it costs just $85/£56. Springbreak promises to be affordable but this is a complete steal for a sustainable timepiece that is not only edgy and cool but is also hypoallergenic, eco-friendly and the labels signature design.
It has to be said that what the Springbreak guys are doing is as much innovative and exciting as it is inspiring and important. Every purchase means one more meal for a child in need of food, each watch can provide up to ten nutritious meals for a hungry child in America.
So, if like the geniuses behind Springbreak you want to do your bit for the children of America why not head over to their site and pick yourself up a smart and sleek maple wood watch? You will be purchasing yourself a piece of stylish arm candy and could even save a life.
Check it out The Upcoming too!

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