Todd Snyder Releases a 007-Inspired Terry Zip Polo

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New York-based menswear designer Todd Snyder has just unleashed a new terry cloth quarter-zip polo shirt, which is inspired by the style moves of Sean Connery's James Bond character in 1964's Goldfinger. "After both 007 and Auric Goldfinger showed up at The Fountainbleu Hotel wearing it, terry cloth’s place as the official fabric of poolside glamour was set," Snyder and co. note.

Finished with ribbed cuffs and a waistband with two side pockets and a contrasting zipper, adventurous types can channel Bond with the look right here. And though there is a matching short, we think this piece is better served with something providing contrast.