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Thousands of years ago, when the first man yanked a fish out of the sea, he surely had a buddy who said “are you really going to eat that weird looking thing?”  Lucky for us he didn’t stick with the mastodon steak fad - fatty fishes are one of the healthiest menu choices around.

The American Heart Association recommends eating fish -- particularly fatty fish -- at least twice a week.  They are loaded with omega 3s that aid in heart, eye and brain heath and even reduce stress.  They also contain a high level of vitamins A, B, C, D, E, and minerals like Selenium, Zinc, Phosphorus, Calcium, Iron, Niacin, Magnesium and Potassium.  On top of all that, these fish have slightly more protein than a burger which will help you build muscle after a trip to the gym.

Perhaps best of all, you can have all these benefits with a delicious salmon recipe that only takes 15 minutes from prep to table.  Check out our go-to recipe for a honey mustard glazed salmon that will knock your Walk On Socks off!


2 tablespoons lemon juice
2 tablespoons whole grain Dijon mustard
2 tablespoons honey
4 (5-ounce) salmon fillets
Salt and ground black pepper
Cooking spray


Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.

Lightly coat a shallow baking dish with cooking spray.   In the dish, mix the lemon juice, Dijon, and honey until combined.  Season both sides of salmon fillets with salt and pepper and place in the baking dish.  Flip salmon to coat.

Bake 10 minutes or until fish is fork-tender.

Posted in Better Man Monday By Walk On

We’ve done a seasonal system check and determined that use of sweaters is not yet authorized.  We have, however, reached the point of summer that brings the glorious return of denim!

Remember your jeans?  The evening temperatures in the northeast have dropped below 60 degrees which means it’s time to pull those versatile staples of American clothing off the shelf and start working them into some outfits.

An Indian Summer could still drive your jeans back into hibernation for a few weeks, but we’re too excited to pass up the opportunity to break them out now.  We’re seizing the day with an outfit inspiration that will have you striding stylishly info fall.


WWW: The Glorious Return of Denim

Posted in What to Wear Wednesday By Walk On

On Monday we covered how to tie a bow tie.  Now that you’ve seen how easy it is, you’ll need something to practice on.

We’ve scoured the internet to find our favorite examples of neck candy, and put them together for you in today’s post.  Pair them with your favorite pair of Walk On Socks and you’re sure to be the dapperest don in the room!

WWW: Bow Ties

Posted in What to Wear Wednesday By Walk On

As fall approaches, you should consider shedding the summer casual wardrobe and begin working in a few dressier items for work and weekend.

In light of this, we’re advocating the bow tie this season. The bow tie offers something different and should be commended for doing so.  They’re a simple way to elevate your style and show independence while staying within the parameters of work and formal attire.

The number one reason most men don’t try out this accessory is simple – they don’t know how to tie one.  We’re out to eliminate that excuse today with a quick video that will teach you the art.

Don’t get frustrated if it doesn’t come out perfect – asymmetry is part of the charm of real bow ties – nine times out of ten, someone sporting a perfect one copped out with a clip-on.

Enjoy the show, and stay tuned Wednesday when we’ll feature some of our favorite bow ties to give you some more inspiration!


Posted in Better Man Monday By Walk On

If you’ve been watching the US Open, you’ve likely seen a lot of celebrities in suits in the front row.  This got us thinking that “my goodness, they must be so hot!”

In today’s post, we’ve assembled an outfit that would keep us looking stylish for the cameras while not putting us in danger of heat stroke from the 90 degree weather we’ve been dealing with this week.

Whether you’re lucky enough to have tickets to the last few matches or just want to look dapper while watching at the bar, today’s outfit should provide some inspiration.

Here are a few key takeaways from our picks to help you put together your own outfit:

  1. We went with a seersucker shirt since textured fabrics allow heat to escape more easily

  2. The linen blend pants are a natural choice since it’s one of the lightest fabrics available

  3. Last but not least, the straw hat will provide a bit of shade while its loose weave will let heat out

WWW: Stay Cool at the US Open


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