The Worn & Wound Podcast is a weekly discussion of watches. We cover the latest news and reviews on wornandwound.com, bring you our first-hand account of watch events from around the world, and sit down with our friends and colleagues from the watch industry to get their take on the latest in watches.
The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep 324: Talking Sweetwater with Jason Heaton
Bonus Worn & Wound Podcast: Ryan White, Sr. Creative Director at Fossil Group, Talks the Magic of Mickey
For this bonus edition of the Worn & Wound Podcast Zach Kazan sits down with Ryan White, who is the Senior Creative Director over brands like Fossil and Zodiac.
A Week In Watches Ep 68: Q&A From Worn & Wound+
Time On Track: Episode 22 - Las Vegas
What was billed as the biggest racing spectacle of the season took place in Las Vegas this past weekend, and after a rocky start, the race itself actually delivered on its promise. Tight racing throughout saw multiple lead changes and no shortage of great passes among the field. We saw some triumphant comebacks and late charges from the back of the pack, along with plenty of contact along the way. That said, the end result felt inevitable from the get go, but this one was far from certain for much of the race.
The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep 323: Dubai Watch Week with Mark Kauzlarich
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, Blake is recording straight from Dubai, where he’s been taking in the sights, sounds, and watches of Dubai Watch Week.
Changing Gears: Evan Perrone of Cannodale Bikes
On this episode of Changing Gears Kat is joined by James Helms, co-founder of Worn & Wound, and Evan Perrone, of Cannodale Bikes who is both an avid cyclist and watch enthusiast. The three focus their conversation on E-Bikes, discussing the different classes of E-Bikes, who they’re made for, and the stigma around them in the bike community. There’s also a bit of good ol’ gear chat as well. We’re stoked that Evan was able to come back on the podcast and hope to have him back again!
Best American watch pod out there
Blake is a great host and I love his dynamic with the rotating cast of characters on the pod. They do a great job of covering a wide range of brands with a non-biased approach that is often missing in this category.
Keep up the good work guys!
No more Stephen Pulvirant
Hello, I’m a long time listener that has particularly enjoyed the last couple of years of content. I love how inclusive the content is with Time on Screen etc.
Please, pretty please no more Stephen Pulvirant. Hey should return to where he came and leave the watch world alone.
It’s like being around a campfire with friends talking about watches