Todd Snyder's latest collaborative project sees the designer step back into the world of watches, once again tapping into the classic style and function of Timex to deliver the adventure-ready Utility Ranger watch.

American designer Todd Snyder has quite the arsenal of co-created products under his belt, ranging from footwear and sneaker collaborations with New Balance, Clarks Originals, and Converse to apparel team-ups with Champion and Drake's. If you really wanted to, building a well-rounded Todd Snyder wardrobe would be easy, and you'd never need to fear not making a statement.

Amongst this stacked pile of collaborations are frequent partners, relationships that have been so fruitful they continue to deliver year-on-year. New Balance is certainly one such brand, with Snyder having remixed several of its most iconic silhouettes, giving them new, desirable makeovers in the process.

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The next-in-line project is a step away from apparel and sneakers; instead, marking a return to Timex. Much like NB and other returning favorites, Snyder has linked up with Timex multiple times in the past to great effect; and this latest release sees him tap into the watch brand's extensive archive to reimagine the Navi as a homage to its original dive watches.

Built for adventure, the watch operates with a 21-jewel automatic movement and is powered by your motion as you wear it, capable of storing a maximum of 40 hours of energy – creating a piece that's as much a piece of you as it is an accessory.

Pieced together with a militaristic aesthetic, comprising an olive dial, ballistic fabric strap, 41mm gunmetal case, and orange bezel, this is something easily thrown into a daily rotation.

The Timex x Todd Snyder Utility Ranger is available now exclusively via Todd Snyder.

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