GQ Best-Sellers: 21 Things GQ Readers Couldn’t Stop Buying in February 2023

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GQ BestSellers 21 Things GQ Readers Couldn't Stop Buying in February 2023

Including our favorite tote bag, plus loads of fresh undies and jet-setting carry-ons.

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The GQ Recommends team spends a hell of a lot of time digging through deals and drops to bring you well-informed buying advice, from deep dives on the coziest comforters to our weekly Best New Menswear posts to curated intel on the finest jewelry you can score on Amazon. The 21 bestsellers below resonated hard in February—so we gathered them here, figuring that if everyone else liked what they saw, you might, too. Check ’em out, subscribe to the GQ Recommends newsletter, and drop us a line if there’s anything you’ve been hunting for that could use our help.

Calvin Klein cotton stretch boxer brief (3-pack)

The American designer’s foray into men’s undergarments turned them from something guys had to wear to something they wanted to wear (and okay, yes, still had to), and maybe even wanted to show off.

Lululemon Always In Motion boxer

When you need your underwear to be as active and flexible as you are, try these unsurprisingly stretch-forward boxers from the first name in premium yoga gear

CDLP boxer brief

We’re not quite sure how CDLP makes their underwear feel so damn sexy, and at a certain point, we gave up trying to figure it out.

Patagonia 25L Black Hole tote bag

Unlike the flimsy cotton thing that just showed up in the mail, Patagonia’s tote can handle the rigors of schlepping your crap around. 

Todd Snyder x Champion midweight slim jogger sweatpant

These midweight joints are tailored to a T from a durable-yet soft French terry cotton, and equipped with dual pockets and a taped drawstring. 


Todd Snyder

Champion powerblend retro joggers

Champion’s basic hypothesis hasn’t changed much over the years: make killer sweats at an affordable price and the customers will come. 

J.Crew relaxed-fit chino

They’re relaxed but not overly baggy, and the fabrics used are the best of the mall brand bunch.

Bonobos stretch washed chinos

With just the right amount of stretch and a tastefully washed look, these feel perfectly broken in right off the bat.

Falke airport socks

Falke’s airport socks are built from a supremely versatile blend of wool, cotton, polymide, and elastane that’s engineered to keep your lower extremities temperate, cushioned, and comfortable—even through a harrowing day of air travel.

West Elm shelter queen sleeper sofa

If your guest room gets nearly as much foot traffic as an Airbnb, it might be worthwhile just shelling out for a legit pull-out bed frame and mattress situation.

Floyd two-seater sectional

Floyd’s couch is fully modular so you can stretch it out to be super long or draw separate pieces of the couch to opposite ends of the room when you’re feeling uninspired.

Abercrombie border stripe button-through sweater polo

Call it the Ripley effect or chalk it up to camp shirt fatigue, but knit polos—especially retro-leaning, stripe-y styles—are everywhere right now

Abercrombie & Fitch

Sunspel cotton piqué polo shirt

Like a Burberry trench or a pair of Stan Smiths, it’s simplicity you can count on.

Thuma bed frame

This GQ Home Award-winning Thuma bed frame is one of those rare breeds that occupies all three categories of “high quality,” “decently affordable,” and “easy to put together.”

Adidas Primeblue SST track jacket

Since 1967, when Adidas debuted its first tracksuit on the lanky frame of German soccer legend Franz Beckenbauer, there’s been no sportswear ensemble more omnipresent in our culture. 

Adidas Primeblue SST track pants

From Run D.M.C. to Korn, Henry Hill to Chas Tenenbaum, the sheer simple cool of the three-striped zip jacket and matching stretchy pants hasn’t just endured across five decades—it’s snowballed. 

Neighbor sofa

Neighbor, founded by a trio of Tuft & Needle alumni, brings the same DTC approach to backyard furniture that the mattress brand brought to its bedding.


Away The Carry-On

At just under three hundred bucks and spanning a range of handsome, low-key colorways, Away’s carry-on means you don’t have to choose between getting something cheap and ugly and spending a rent check on something luxe.

Monos Carry-On Pro

Monos’ Carry-on Pro (a souped-up version of the brand’s regular compact spinner)  features a pull-out front, which allows for easy access to your most-needed items. So much so that you might nix your personal item on your next flight, but don’t—you are owed that under-seat storage space.

Saatva Weighted Blanket

Saatva’s diamond-stitched blanket has a rich velvety texture to it that makes it feel more like a fancy quilt in someone’s country estate than any old blanket, and it’s also one of the few organic cotton weighted blankets out there, if you care about your sourcing.

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