Casio's G-Shock watches are already widely regarded as some of the toughest SOBs in the business, capable of taking more punishment than Tyson Fury and still coming back for more. But the Japanese watchmaker has seen fit to, aesthetically at least, step it up a notch, by taking some of their most iconic timepieces and giving them a proper mil-spec treatment, and in doing so creating the G-Shock Utility Series. Comprising a number of different models in G-Shock's current lineup, we thought we'd take a look at our favourite four iterations from this exciting new collection. Casio G-Shock DW-5610SUS-5 * G-Shock's DW-5600 series of watches is perhaps its most recognisable, and the "Utility" treatment that they have given to this model in particular is easily my personal favourite. The matte sandy-beige case has been contrasted with a matte black bezel and the watch's dial features a Saharan camouflage motif, which looks downright cool. Paired with an equally great-looking black fabric strap, this watch screams robustness and exploration, and if I were going on a Safari, this is the watch I'd want strapped to my wrist. Casio G-Shock DW-5610SU-3 * Perhaps the most mil-spec looking watch of the lot, the G-Shock…

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