Timex + Todd Snyder “Utility Ranger” Dive Watch

“I wanted to create a watch that was reminiscent of vintage field and diving watches. A watch that looked like it had been on its share of expeditions through the woods, down some rapids and into the sea.”

—Todd Snyder

A few months ago (pretty much to the day), Timex and menswear designer Todd Snyder released their latest exclusive collaboration: the Utility Ranger watch, an iteration on the timeless design (heh) of Timex’s Navi XL diving watch.

Although it’s a diver by nature — and it does boast 100-meter water resistance — the Utility Ranger evokes the colors and textures of woodsy autumn with its military olive dial and strap, along with the eyecatching orange bezel and second hand. It’s a real looker.


On the technical side of things, the 41mm stainless steel Utility Ranger features a Japanese automatic movement, a glass exhibition caseback so you can see those inner workings tick (and tock), and the strap is made from ballistic fabric for those rugged woodsman vibes.


Get the handsome Utility Ranger watch for $259 at Todd Snyder’s online store.