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2. GQ
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3. Cargo
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4. Details
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5. Vogue Hommes International Mode
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6. Gq - British Ed
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7. Estylo
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8. Esquire - England Ed

1. Esquire
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Asin: B00005N7PZ
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Hearst Magazines
Sales Rank: 75
Average Customer Review: 3.72 out of 5 stars
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Articles covering a range of topics, including politics, business, sports, the arts, women and children, parents and families.
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Reviews (18)

5-0 out of 5 stars Classy yet spicy
This is the ideal men's magazine for women, but as I am male, I shall address only this half of the population:
Esquire flourishes with a perfect balance of worldly wisdom and professional taste. The reader, for a few delectable moments, is a cosmopolitan elite. Esquire respects its readership, talks as from one expert to another, because it simply does not pay to insult intelligence. If you think Wired gets a bit too excited, if the New Yorker spends equal time in your hands and on the coffee table, if Maxim seems tawdry though witty, buy (do not borrow, as you will inevitably cut out a column on ties) a copy of Esquire, try it out, see if the woman in your life likes it (she will, and she will likely buy you a subscription). Note that alcohol and tobacco claim a bit more space than some of us (er, I) may care for.

4-0 out of 5 stars Solid Writing and Well Worth the Subscription
Esquire is the first Gentleman's magazine that I've subscribed to. I've read various issues of most of the others, but I wanted something that I wouldn't be embarassed to carry around with me. So far, I've been very happy with the content of Esquire. There's a little bit of the girly pics, but it's not overwhelming. Their customer service has been great.

4-0 out of 5 stars the classic for the modern young man
esquire has this great niche: information for young men with a kick. nothing like playboy's kick, but it tends to share some of the same great things with the playboy of old, including high end objects and gadgets like stereos and cars, fashion, health and relationship information, and fiction. combine this with journalism and you've got a pretty good magazine. and it's reasonably tame enough you can share it with your girlfriend or wife without getting her upset.

sometimes i prefer it when esquire has more journalism or fiction and fewer 2 page fluff pieces, but it's still better than most of the alternatives.

5-0 out of 5 stars Classier than most, and more readable, too.
I love this magazine. It has great articles on all things culture; movies, books, music, politics, clothing, business/money, models, actors, business men/women, everything imaginable. Truly a great magazine.

Although it doesn't seem quite possible, I even prefer the British version, well... I love 'em both. One of my top favorite magazines.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best mag I've found
I think that, compared to other men's magazines or any other magazine for that matter, Esquire does the best job. It's the New Yorker if it were funny, GQ if it were smarter and funnier and more informative. It just feels like every month when I get my issue that there's something very important and special in there. I love the fashion portfolios they do (I usually hate that stuff) because they use real people and not models, and their music critic is usually right on target and backs up his arguments unlike alot of ciritcs out there. I love that 10 Things A Man Should Know About Women page too. overall, a great read every month. And cheap! ... Read more


2. GQ
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Asin: B00005N7QI
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Conde Nast Publications Inc.
Sales Rank: 67
Average Customer Review: 3.84 out of 5 stars
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The "GQ look" is synonymous with classic cool and sophistication, and despite a recent outburst of trendy magazines (think Maxim and FHM) vying for the attention of young professional males, the steeped-in-tradition monthly GQ carries on without missing a beat. Yes, there's more décolletage gracing the cover than there used to be, but GQ continues to supply enough cultural commentary, celebrity profiles, features, and style guides to keep the modern man in touch with what's going on in the world from month to month.

GQ's ideal reader is probably one who actually might be able to afford any of the high-end suits, shoes, and watches featured among the countless ads packed between the covers. Though the average reader might enjoy scanning a fashion spread about steakhouses entitled "How to Dress for a Porterhouse" and reading articles like "50 Ways to Blow Your Bonus," it's unlikely that such folly holds much practical advice. Literary editor Walter Kirn keeps short fiction on display, and Alan Richman's writing on food and dining out is always entertaining, even when he comes across as borderline cranky. Two regular Q&A features, "The Style Guy" and "Dr. Sooth," run the gamut from when it's appropriate to wear a straw hat to problems in the bedroom.
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4-0 out of 5 stars GQ: A Stylish Cut Above the Usual Men's Mag
Unlike Maxim, Stuff, FHM and the rest of the new breed of men's magazines, GQ is in a class of its own, with a more style-conscious, upscale leaning than its upstart competitors. [It tends to be heftier than those mags, as well: Special issues, like the 'Men of the Year' annual, weigh in at as many as 500 pages, which- despite an abundance of ads- includes a wealth of interesting stories and photos]. Unlike its more glib offspring, which tend to rely on short, candy-ish items on sexy women, GQ focuses more on men of style and substance. Investigative reports by experienced, skilled journalists also separate GQ from other fashion-oriented magazines, which are often visually appealing but short on journalistic content. With its consistently strong photos, layout and design, GQ is handsomely ahead of the pack. For those less interested in fashion and more interested in journalism, Esquire is a good alternative choice. And readers after flashy, voyeuristic flair might be best served elsewhere, but GQ readers will be rewarded for their restraint with the occasional raunchy- but refined- spread. GQ seems aimed at the over-30 male, but the mag's assortment of model males apparently appeals to women as well, since they seem to be well represented in the magazine's readership. Overall, GQ is a stylish, elegant read that stands apart from its newer, splashier, offspring. A good choice for the style-conscious male reader.

5-0 out of 5 stars The men's magazine for "men of letters"....
GQ is still the definitive men's style magazine, but it's also much more. The monthly mixology column is slowly helping me build a bartenders guide that is informative as well as useful, The Style Guy is keeping me from looking like an idiot, and the fiction and features are keeping me full of interesting stories to help me sing for my supper. The bottom line is this: if you want a magazine with guy advice... but don't want something as snarky or "hip" as Maxim or FHM then GQ has just the kind of class you're looking for.

2-0 out of 5 stars Actually about 2 1/2 stars
The style in this magazine is incredible; it's expensive and very fashionable, with the occasional cheap item to cater to the peasant reader (i.e., everyone).

That said, the magazine is rife with flaws. Snobbish east-coast writing, awful music that is lauded for no reason other than its anonymity, still worse book reviews of Norman Mailer-style authors, shrill articles by naive hacks, and so on.

The clothes are great, but buy with caution.

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the most renowned magazines.
They really seem to have turned around with their new editor in chief, who came on board in the September issue. They have some cool stories, even if some of them do get continued in the back, but that just means (depending on how far along you are), that you have the rest of the mag to look forward to. I dont really like any of the style tips and the clothes, and depending on how big the issue is, you'll have to trudge through about 30 pages of ads, before u get to the first page of the TOC. It's nice to see an Editor's column (or page) now, even though this EIC seems to be just a little too arrogant. Like every mature men's mag, they review CD's and books. I'd say 8 out of 12 issues are usually thick, and I'm not sure if the September issue (their last monstrously huge issue) will be like that this year or not, Overall, it's still very interesting. I love the font they now use on the cover and in a couple of sections of the mag. Very tech like.

3-0 out of 5 stars not worth it
Always a great magazine but do to the fact the subscription magazines are nearly 1/4th the size of the newstand editions, Im giving 1/4th the stars. Theres no cologne ads and getting it a day earlier then the stores really isnt that important to me. ... Read more


3. Cargo
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Asin: B0000E614W
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Conde Nast Publications Inc.
Sales Rank: 151
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Buy this for the man in your life...you won't regret it!!
Ladies, if you *heart* Lucky magazine and find yourself reading from cover to cover, your husband will love this magazine that is devoted to just "GUY" stuff. I ordered it off their website without even looking at an issue after my husband told me about it. They even have cute little stickers (like Lucky) that your Guy can mark on things that he likes.

The first issue came today and it's filled with lots of Manly-Man things. Electronics (check), Cars (check), Clothes (check), Personal hygiene (check, check, check) and so much more.

The letters to the editors from readers are hillarious, one in particular where a reader sends his thanks for not using the color Pink not one time. :-)

5-0 out of 5 stars breath of fresh air
What's up with Maxim, FHM, Stuff and all those other men's magazines getting raunchier and raunchier? Even Esquire has gone down that road. I've noticed that the fatter, more acne-ridden, socially inapt a man is - the more likely he is to read those types of magazines. Anyway, Cargo seems OK - they don't rely on dimestore eroticism to sell copies. They don't need to.

I'm a happily married male in the fashion/entertainment industry in SoCal. This is a magazine that doesn't disrespect my wife or the home/life I am attempting to build with her.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best of the best
I truly love this magazine! It's only been the second issue, but I just love it. I read it cover to cover, and I enjoy every feature, every article, every... evrything. This magazine shows you the top in tech, mens fashion, cologne, cars, wines/liquor, culture, and everything else. It is written so well that it's like a novel you can't put down.

If you are a true fan of living life as best as possible and "your money well spent" then give Cargo a try.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best magazine for the 18-30 crowd
You can't deny that most men's publications are either pseudo-highbrow (GQ, Esquire), frat-boy targeted (FHM, Maxim, Stuff), or bloated with bad sex advice (yes, Men's Health). Unfortunately, for years these have been the only publications available that show the latest designers, electronics, automotive, et cetera, but usually confined to a mere 10% of each issue. That is where CARGO comes in. The writers don't pretend to be Cambridge graduates with uber-sophisticated tastes like the hack writers of GQ; sensible reviews are given (for instance, the premier issue has several suits and, among other criteria by which the suits are rated, a comprehensive "body build" guide let's you know which is best for you) in place of meaninglessly arcane SAT vocabulary. In sum, its a great publication that (I hope) will make it.

5-0 out of 5 stars I'm Addicted
Premier edition, and I am addicted already. Just when you think, "This would be good if they went a little deeper in the description of [x]." you turn the page and they did! Every review is helpful - every suggestion right on point. Go out today and BUY! ... Read more


4. Details
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Asin: B00005N7PS
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Conde Nast Publications Inc.
Sales Rank: 273
Average Customer Review: 2.17 out of 5 stars
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Details is the essential men's magazine for looking good and living well, with information on everything down to the last, well, detail. Its smart, hip writing covers cars, music, sex, politics, careers, movies, and relationships alongside compelling interviews. Readers will also discover the latest styles and trends from cutting-edge designers and fashion moguls to hot spots in New York City. Occasionally referred to as Cosmopolitan for men, Details presents a playful, sexy side while maintaining its classy, sophisticated style, giving males a chic, refined magazine of their very own. --Alison Gubser ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Change of heart
Initially, I had doubts about Details. It wasn't so much that I had a specific complaint about Details, but rather I had held a mostly negative view of fashion magazines in general, which I view ideologically as "commercial" and lacking "meaning." Yeah, I know it sounds foolish now, but it seem to make sense to be at that time. However, after actually reading several issues of Details, I have become impressed with it. The writing in Details is cool, almost in an unhurried kind of way, but is also remarkably direct and to the point. One rarely finds reporting this good in other fashion magazines. Also of equal, or perhaps better, quality and sophistication is the fashion photography. Details features consistently excellent photos of the newest trends in men's fashion. But Details is not about any kind of men's clothing; while GQ's trademark is more bourgeois in orientation, Details features styles that appeal more to the person with a bohemian sense of fashion. The album, movie, book reviews - which was another aspect that I was immensely impressed with - also feature items that are mostly along the lines of bohemian taste. Overall Details is an excellent magazine, perhaps the best of its kind, and I recommend it without reservation.

4-0 out of 5 stars A good alternative
I read through some of the other customers' reviews here and I was downright surprised. In a day when most of the people areound me are reading Maxim (which seems to be nothing more than a childish Playboy wanna-be), I find great comfort in the fact that magazines like Details exist. I don't care if the magazine doesn't have pictures of semi-nude women on every page. I enjoy being able to flip from an article about a current political issue on one page, to an interview with John Cleese on the next, and then to a feature on how to deal with going gray early. Details does a better job of treating me as a whole person, not as a frat-boy ball of hormones.

It may have a lot of ads, but probably no more than GQ. I paid [$$$] for my subscription, so I'm not going to complain.

1-0 out of 5 stars Awful content
I've read a lot of bizarre front page type on this magazine. I bought one issue, and was very disappointed with the content. I should've known better...I mean, Nick Lachey was on the cover!

5-0 out of 5 stars Don't Be So Quick To Judge!
Don't base your opinion on one article, yes, maybe it was not politically correct. I really feel the editorial staff was not trying to be malicious towards any culture or race. We are all entitled to our opinions in one aspect or another. The magazine has a lot to offer in reading material & content. I find it to be comparable to COSMOPOLITAN, only for men. The price is very reasonable for the product you get. What else can you get for a $1.00 an issue? It has not turned into FHM, MAXIUM, STUFF, or some of the other sexist publications on the market. I think everyone should give it another chance, read it with an open mind, you might be pleasantly surprised.

1-0 out of 5 stars Details- Way Out of Line
In April 2004, one of the 'Detail' writers, Whitney McNally, put together a pretty shocking piece in which a picture of an (...) male was displayed along with numbered/itemized comparisons between being a stereotypical (...) and being a stereotypical (...) person. It included a number of extremely crude remarks of the lowest kind. But don't take my word for it. Find it on the web and decide for yourself whether or not 'Details' magazine is racist and homophobic. It's one thing for a single writer to lose their way and write something stupid. But it's another for the magazine's editors to allow it to be published from coast-to-coast.
This allows you to see what lies beneath Details'glamor,'sense of style' and their sleek urban offices. And it's ugly.

Whitney McNally and her editorial staff have got to go. ... Read more


5. Vogue Hommes International Mode
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Asin: B00006L1B4
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Vogues Hommes Intl Mode
Sales Rank: 1360
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6. Gq - British Ed

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Asin: B00007AXO2
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Conde Nast Publications Ltd
Sales Rank: 1151
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7. Estylo
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Asin: B00005NIQR
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Mandalay Publications
Sales Rank: 2183
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars not bad
I ordered this and got it 2 or 3 months later. you get 8 issues a year. so every two months you get a mag. It has beauty, tv, music & movie news, fashion, interviews, recipes and more. This magazine is mature and well put together. It's more for females than it is for males. you can read it in spanish and english. I also recommend Latina magazine. ... Read more


8. Esquire - England Ed
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Asin: B00007JX2N
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: National Magazine Company Ltd
Sales Rank: 3916
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