After he’s the last one out of the office, and the last one off the train–and, again, the last one home, our man knows what time it is.
There’s work and play, and more work and play, and the distance between the two isn’t always a straight line.
You know the kind–roommate, friend, co-worker, spouse, parent–he’s always on deadline but makes time for the essentials in life. He’s the same soul in a suit as he is in a polo or that favorite college t-shirt. He’s a “man of steel” from a long line of the same type. That mind, that focus, that resolve: he’s a hero from the get-go, whether he’s getting going to work or on the way after the office to network or prepare for the next day–and then to home, where his fortress is just for self and family.
He’s balanced, fashionable, and smart, as is his wardrobe and as are his wrist pieces. At the office he wears something not-too-flashy but sensible enough to impress the higher-ups, and at play he shows off his “steel”-reserve side at the bar or kitchen table, where he’s noticed more than once by other professionals.
On his wrist is part high-fashion, part latest-technology. He’s a G-Shock “G-Steel” man from conference table to living room table, fueled-up (thanks to a solar panel and solar rechargeable battery), updated (automatically set by smartphone app four times a day, 300 cities worldwide), and always polished and sleek, thanks to a perfect stainless steel finish and a double-layered bezel.
And because he sports a G-Shock, his watch is resistant to every knock and bump at the office, restaurant, train, and home.
You and we know him, and to know him is to admire his character and work ethic whether he sports a suit or after-work wear. On his wrist is a long-lasting, timely fashion-piece, and it’s the first thing you see when he’s going for the handshake or paying the bill.
Our man knows the score and the time. And a man like that never truly clocks out but makes sure that if he does, he’s got the right wrist watch to take him there.
Photos provided by Casio.
This is paid content as part of a partnership between The Good Men Project and Casio’s G-SHOCK G-STEEL.