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Esquire is the original and leading men's lifestyle magazine. Esquire's award winning editorial covers everything a man needs to know each month including the latest on style and clothes, what's new in cars, culture and entertainment and advice on money matters. Who Reads Esquire? Esquire is a magazine for affluent and successful men. It is a magazine geared toward men who dress themselves, have the means and knowledge to invest, can order at a fine restaurant, have a healthy respect and admiration for women, enjoy enriching vacations, and have mastered life's basics. What You Can Expect in Each Issue: Esquire surveys the landscape to unearth the smart edge of the culture: the people, places, things and trends that intelligent, sophisticated men want, need, and ought to know. Style: Seasonal menswear forecasts identify the best options for men covering the gamut of menswear, furnishings, and accessories for the spring season. Women: Everything you want to know about women is answered by Esquire's esteemed group of editors and resident experts. Trends: Focused on the stylish options and Esquire's editors guide readers through all the best the seasons have to offer. Women We Love: Esquire's most enduring franchise and a celebration of man's favorite vice, saluting women whose beauty extends far beyond the physical, revealing Esquire's pick of the Sexiest Woman Alive. People: Esquire celebrates and identifies the next generation of cultural influencers destined to impact our lives and shape the destiny of our countries national dialogue. Feature Articles: In each issue of Esquire, the talented editorial bring you the latest on style and clothes, what's new in cars, culture and entertainment and advice on money matters. You will find monthly features such as Esquire's Man at His Best, Style Tips, Ten Things You Don't Know about Women, Answer Fella, Funny Joke from a Beautiful Woman, What I've Learned, and Women We Love.

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Hearst Magazines (October 30, 2011)
  • Issues: 10 issues / year
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005XOSJFQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #196,183 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I have a subscription to this magazine. I really like this magazine. With an Android tablet or IPad, you can simply switch your paper subscription over to a digital subscription. But you can't do that for Kindle (or Nook). This is incredibly frustrating. You can even get a year subscription on the other devices for $5, but through Kindle it's $20! That's outrageous. My two year subscription was way less than $20.
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By Zach on May 21, 2012
Its a shame some companies refuse to get with the times and offer a digital version of their magazines to go with my paid subscription, I think most of us would be willing to even pay slightly more for the right to have both - this is a good magazine after all.

To think that I'll be paying for the print version AND the digital copy is laughable. I realize that I can let my print subscription lapse and pay for digital only, but why would I pay MORE for the digital version?

Sorry Esquire, until you get with the times, its over for us.
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I "subscribed" via Amazon. The quotes are because, even though I subscribed at the middle of December, the only issue available on my kindle was November. New issues are not delivered, and the issue I have is buggy, and difficult to read. This will be the last subscription I make for the kindle. So, yes, this has really soured me on the Kindle, in general, as I was hoping to use it as more than a simple E reader, but that is all that it seems to do, and even then, I think the Barnes and Noble Nook looks better, and has better content.
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.pretty pictures. Not a single are article worth reading. I saw these in the trash after purchase for good reason. I'd rather have to many the sheets of tiolet paper on a roll than read these articles. Fail.
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I've been a print subscriber for years, and Esquire rates as my favorite magazine of all my subscriptions.

The problem is that I'd need to pay twice for the same content if I want to read it on my Kindle Fire, since unlike FORTUNE or Wired, you don't get access to the content unless you're willing to pay for it yet again. I'm sure the same ads are included in the electronic version as the print so the advertisers will be missing out on one more subscriber.

Looks like I'll just catch up on the latest FORTUNE and Wired issues.
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I was hoping to enjoy esquire with the promo price for a year but the way the intereactives are done, they are annoying esp in table of content. I would endure it for the price. But, i had issue downloading some its magazine. After the third attempt, i click cancel subscription and believe me it was best thing I did in the whole experience.
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I am a long time reader of Esquire magazine, it is a great diversion and often has very good stories on politics, sports, and social figures. However, the digital version, available on my kindle fire, is poorly designed and difficult to use. As a result, it makes reading the magazine much more challenging and detracts tremendously from the overall reading experience. It's a shame that Esquire couldn't follow the better and smarter model used by magazines like the New Yorker, SI, Wired, EW, and other publications. Instead, you have to flip through the pages to get to a story, double click to make the text larger, and cannot move easily throughout the magazine to change stories. Three stars solely for Esquire's content - if there was a question about the digital layout and my views on that - then it would be one star.
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How i see Esquire, Not as fruity as Details. Better articals than GQ for guys that like women. GQ styles change per issue and Details might as well incorporate glow sticks in every style article. Esquire is a mans man mag with more conservative style lacking modern flamboyancy of other competitor's. I used to be a GQ and details reader till about 3 years ago. They went to far left for a real Man's prospective.
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