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Esquire - US edition

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Get the ultimate lifestyle guide for the sophisticated man with Esquire! In every issue you'll find out what's new in culture and entertainment, award winning editorial coverage from style to food, and more!

In the Fall/Winter 2017 edition of The Big Black Book we’re focusing on taste. Who has it, who doesn’t, and why it matters more than ever. Plus, from bags and brogues to badass coats—don’t miss the pieces you need this season, check out the boundary-pushing features that are the apps of the watchmaking world, see how the down jacket reasserts its rugged roots, and more!

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The past two issues of Esquire magazine are missing the enhanced content (i.e. videos, music, additional photos, etc). They are currently only digital copies of the paper mag. Every issues before included links to videos and other content which made the Nook version a great interactive magazine. Why is this magazine taking a step back in its interactive content? I current subscribe to this Esquire Nook magazine, but if the enhanced content is not returned I will cancel my subscription and stick with GQ, which is a similar type magazine with lots of interactive content.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When I started my Nook subscription, Esquire stood out with content designed for an electronic medium. It was not just a magazine sent electronically, it incorporated multimedia and the articles were presented in a present to read format. Now even though I may enjoy the content, it isn't presented in a way I couldn't get off the web or in PDF. Additionally, with all the ad pages you have to wad through, I might as well deal with the web and its ads. Sadly, it has gone from a well done e-mag to a basically a PDF full of ads.
Anonymous 6 months ago
Esquire is no longer of interest to me. please cancel
Anonymous 7 months ago
This is still the Esquire I know, but still a shadow of its former self. One of the the things I found most appealing were short stories and other literature. There's now less of this. They still continue to have articles that interest me such as reviews of cars, and of watches, They also have the editor's zeitgeist piece in each issue which is sometimes very insightful. I also like reading about some of the sports, film, and music celebrities. I really enjoy "A Woman We Love" and ""Sexiest Woman in the World" articles. I also really enjoy it when these women include their jokes. i also like the occasional recipes. So the bottom line is that Esquire is still interesting but more commercial. It's also less intellectual. The commercial tone is really obvious between the overwhelming ads for high end products and reviews of $1000+ watches, $2000+ suits, and $100+ shirts. There are occasional really solid affordable finds like a Timex Expedition that was reviewed very favorably against high end watches . Mine still sits aside my high end watches and is invaluable while enjoying sports or rugged environments. Sometimes I even buy high end stuff that I find unique, but I sometimes feel like I'm trapped in a Madison Avenue Barney's while reading Esquire. I guess that makes sense too since Barney's has changed from a solid luxury brand to really excessive prices and flashy clothes since Barney's family sold it to Middle Eastern interests. So I still like Esquire, but not as much as I did before. It's become a little too much like GQ for my taste.
jinazaki More than 1 year ago
I subscribe to the print edition of Esquire. Ding #1: I have to further subscribe (as in pay more money) to get the online edition. Ding #2: The online edition, as many point out, is little more than a .pdf of the ink and paper version. There's virtually zero optimization for mobile. The last ding i reserve for B&N, #3: I STILL had to buy it because the way that every other Android devices accesses the "electronic" edition doesn't work.
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There was a interesting article on types of peat moss liquor though
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I love this magazine it is sexy just like me
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