WatchesVictor Cruz's Exclusive (and Pricey) New Hublot Is the Anti-Sports Watch
A football-inspired watch made for the owner's suite.
Victor Cruz doesn't just like watches—he designs them now, too.
To celebrate Hublot becoming the official timekeeper of the New York Giants, Cruz (who's the team's wide receiver and resident man of style) partnered with the brand's master watchmakers to help create two new looks for its Classic Fusion Aerofusion chronograph. The watches are seriously limited editions: Hublot only made 40 of the titanium version, but we're here to talk about the gold model you see above.
This watch, a hefty 45mm skeleton chronograph, comes in an ultra-limited edition of 10, making it one of the rarest new watches in the world. It's got a rubberized pebbled leather strap in the Giants's signature blue, and the second hand and chronograph tick marks are rendered in the team's other color, red. (In a luxurious nod to the team, the case is made from a reddish gold Hublot is calling King Gold.)
It's a decidedly high-end approach to celebrating the Giants success as a team, and because there are so few of them to go around, they're definitely not cheap. But if you're the kind of superfan who's got his own box at Met Life Stadium, this is the kind of watch you can't afford not to have.
$37,200, available at Hublot's Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue boutiques in New York City