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Scoured: The Best Gear on Huckberry of July 2022

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When the Fourth of July is over and we’re left to bask in sweltering heat with no reason to celebrate, the most we can do is make the best of it. No matter how bad it gets, there’s no excuse not to enjoy yourself; on the other hand, being stuck in 90+ degree weather doesn’t make for a very enjoyable environment, which is why we’re trying to help you chill out for the rest of the month. Whether you’re fishing on the lake, laying in the sand, or going to your favorite spot for a bite, this collection of gear from the ultimate arbiter of cool, Huckberry, has a bit of everything you’ll need to keep your cool this summer.

Peregrine Beard Box

If you’ve been slacking on your facial hair care routine, this all-in-one bundle from Peregrine is sure to clean you right up. The Canadian grooming brand’s Beard Box comes equipped with premium products like beard oil, beard balm, and beard soap that soothe and condition your stubble without stripping away your skin’s natural oils.

Purchase: $50

Taylor Stitch The Seersucker Jack Shirt

Trying to look cool while staying cool? Well, there’s no need to look further than this unapologetically cool button-down from Taylor Stitch. The San Francisco-based clothier’s handsome Seersucker Jack shirt has a premium hand-feel thanks to its prototypical seersucker texture and is then made with a relaxed, boxy fit for enhanced airflow, deeming it a great choice to wear when you want to catch the summer breeze while it lasts.

Purchase: $98

Recess Pickleball Lady Bird Paddle

If you’re not familiar with pickleball, it’s practically a hybrid of tennis and ping pong and is also a great summer activity in which to partake. Recess is an Austin-bred brand that admires the sport as much as its stomping grounds, with each of its high-end paddles garnering artistic inspiration from various communities around the Texas hotspot. The Lady Bird features a fiberglass paddle surface for longevity’s sake and a silicone ring to hold the grip in place, the latter of which is placed to remind you that it’s only a game.

Purchase: $86

Flint and Tinder 365 Cotton Linen Chino

Linen pants and summer weather go together like peanut butter and jelly — if not even better. The Huckberry house label’s 365 Cotton Linen Chino provides the perfect blend of style and comfort that can be worn in practically in any situation. Whether it’s the beach, the office, or hitting the bars, these breathable bottoms are versatile enough to endure one social gathering after another.

Purchase: $98

The James Brand The Redstone

The James Brand’s color-coated Redstone folding knife is available in several tasteful palettes, but this Sand Mocha/Black iteration is a Huckberry exclusive, and it’s as sleek as it gets. Like any other form of the ultralight Redstone, it features a unique island grip design that’s surprisingly ergonomic and comfortable. Most importantly, its partially-serrated, Slide Lock-equipped Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel blade is remarkably durable and corrosion resistant, assuring a quality piece of EDC gear that will prove handy countless times in the great outdoors.

Purchase: $99

Danner Lost Coast Mule

A comfortable set of shoes will take you far in the heat of the summer, but a pair of mules will push the envelope a bit more. This handsome silhouette from Danner sits on a lightweight EVA midsole and lugged Vibram Black Sands outsole with Megagrip tech, both of which come together for a cozy slip-on that you won’t mind walking in for hours on end. Plus, it doesn’t sacrifice style for comfort, as the Lost Coast features a chic suede-crafted upper.

Purchase: $120

Business & Pleasure Co. The Tommy Chair

Finding the perfect beach chair isn’t always easy, but this well-designed option from Business & Pleasure Co. makes it an absolute cinch. This foldable option is inspired by vintage-style beach chairs and boasts a water-resistant teak hardwood frame built to take on whatever’s thrown its way. It even offers a handful of different reclining positions, allowing you to bask on the shore in the manner that suits you best. What’s more, the attractive colorway seen here is yet another Huckberry exclusive.

Purchase: $299

Briiv Air Filter

While we can’t help eradicate your city’s smog level, we can better the air you breathe by recommending this smartphone-operable air filter from Briiv. The plastic-free contraption uses materials like coconut, carbon, and silk to help filter air in a matter of no time, as it’s capable of doing so in a 20’ x 20’ room in a single hour. Whether you suffer from allergies or want to spruce up your space, this sleek device is a great addition to any home.

Purchase: $415

Seiko Alpinist

This sporty timepiece from Seiko takes after one of the Japanese watchmaker’s archival designs, going to show that it has remained a timeless option for decades. The latest Alpinist is powered by Seiko’s proprietary 6R35 automatic movement and boasts top-shelf specs like a sapphire crystal and 200m water resistance. On top of its high-quality time-telling capabilities, it’s also quite the head-turner, boasting a green sunray dial and a gold PVD-coated stainless steel case.

Purchase: $775

Quiet Kat Ranger Fat Tire E-Bike

If gas prices have got you down and you’re looking for a new mode of transportation, this heavy-duty e-Bike is a great place to start. This model from Quiet Kat features an integrated battery that offers up to 38 miles on a single charge. And while it looks rugged, the Ranger Fat Tire operates as swiftly as, well, a cat. It boasts a sturdy frame, and two-piston mechanical disk brakes, all the while utilizing an innovative hub-drive technology that still gets you where you need to be even if your chain breaks.

Purchase: $3,699

Scoured: The Best Gear on Huckberry of June 2022

If you want something with a bit more luster, check out our more style-heavy, gold-tinted guide to the best gear on Huckberry from last month.