Just as you can't fake the funk on a nasty dunk, you can't beat the funk on adidas Originals . These sneakers were initially released exclusively in Japan in the early 1980s, the adidas 350 was part of the rare AS series of shoes that took European silhouettes and modified them for the rapidly expanding Asian market. Manufactured in Yugoslavia, the original 350 featured a perforated one-piece toe box that made it ideal for the warmer Asian climate. Re-released as part of the adidas SPEZIAL range, the 350 is now back and just released today. The pair features a full suede upper in navy blue with smooth leather accents to the famous three stripe branding across the side walls, with an embossed tongue and gold foiled branding to the lateral walls. Is it possible to match these sneakers with some red and blue themed watches? Take it as red.


Seiko kinetic divers were first introduced in 1994. SEIKO don't call the bezel on the watch a Pepsi, they call it a Jubilee. Later in the same decade the 200-meter water resistant models were introduced. The watch has a date window at 3 o'clock. The markers sing out in the dark with lumibrite lume. It's possible to snap one of these up brand new online for under $300.00. SEIKO


TechnoMarine is a luxury Swiss watch brand founded in 1997 by French entrepreneur Franck Dubarry in Geneva, Switzerland. This 46mm red and blue Ronda quartz diver is water resistant to 200 meters.The watch comes complete with a spare strap and protective bezel. $285.00. TECHNOMARINE


With its legendary water resistance to 1000 meters, I know just what you're thinking. You see the blue dial, but there's no echo of red in the watch to match the adidas Originals. Well, if you look close you will notice the tip of the second hand is in red. Equipped with a sturdy 44 mm-diameter case in satin-brushed steel, this latest-generation diver's watch is distinguished is a supreme diver. Around $3,900.00. BREITLING


An oldie but goodie, introduced in the early 80s and phased out by 1988, the GMT Master was originally introduced for the use of Pan American pilots and crew. This particular model with the Pepsi bezel and diamond hour markers is online for $7,796.00. ROLEX


Shifting the focus of color from the fluid that tells the time to new, solid and colorful dials, paired with matching textile straps, HYT has created three limited-edition models that are all about fun. They come in Red, Yellow and Blue. The HYT H1 Colorblock watches are each limited to just 10 pieces and each cost $39,000.00. HYT