The Getup: Baby It’s (Still) Cold Outside

The holidays are long gone but Old Man Winter is still hanging around.

Andrew is the founder and editor of Primer. He's a graduate of American University and currently lives in Los Angeles. Read more about Primer on our About page. On Instagram: @andrewsnavely and @primermagazine.

9 Comments

  • Reply February 5, 2015

    Mario Torres Solano

    where is the guy wearing it :/

    • Reply February 5, 2015

      AJBoilanger

      Those are the live getups, they’re not done as often it seems.

  • Reply February 5, 2015

    mtb rick

    Oreint’s Watches are probably the “best bang for the buck” you’re likely to find anywhere. I don’t know if you’ve included them before, I’ve only started following your great site recently, but I’m really glad to see that you’ve included one in this current one.

    • Reply February 5, 2015

      Andrew

      Yep! I’m a big fan of them.

    • Reply February 10, 2015

      Capernicus

      I rank Seiko a little higher on the bang for buck scale, but Orient is up there as well.

  • Reply February 5, 2015

    Austin

    I swear by Next Level! I always make sure to stock up on their CVC tees as my go-to white and heather gray short-sleeved shirts. Great fit and just the the perfect thickness.

  • Reply February 6, 2015

    Butch_Zee

    That coat just looks so warm! Also, Orient/Seiko watches are great. Anyone recommend a good dive watch that doesn’t have a date box? I’m always on the lookout for one.

  • Reply February 24, 2015

    Brett Vaughan

    These are all great picks, and yes it’s still cold. WAY too cold. Considering a move to Florida at this stage in life, we’re all getting really tired of the endless cold and snow, frozen pipes and all the other fantastic things that come with it. These looks are great, but hopefully I won’t need them soon.

  • Reply March 1, 2015

    Perry

    I purchased the parka shown here last year just before the “Polar Vortex.” This year has been even worse with most days below zero and quite a few ranging from -20° to -55°. This parka shrugs those temperatures off. I don’t even notice the weather where it covers me. Be forewarned though, it’s all polyester and nylon: it is a necessity, not a wardrobe piece.

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