We may just now be in the thick of fall, however, in some ways, it already seems like winter is knocking on our door. The days are continuing to shorten, the air is acquiring an added chill, and the sky is growing ever-more overcast as we near the end of October. It’s a time ripe for layering — slipping on sweaters and breaking out beanies — as you’ll need some extra warmth to brave the cooling temps.
Never wanting to leave you unprepared, we’ve built out this guide to ready you for the months ahead. Taking some inspiration from the styles of the northeast, it comprises the best hats, jackets, and EDC you can find on Huckberry at the moment. So, no matter if you’re starting from the ground up or simply rounding out your existing wardrobe, we’re confident that this Scoured is bound to have something for you.
Proof 72-Hour Merino Crew Sock
These primo crews are made from the same merino fabric as Proof’s famed 72-Hour tee, meaning they’re about as soft, breathable, and comfortable as socks come. Naturally odor-regulating and sweat-wicking, they’ll keep your feet feeling fresh for days on end.
AWOL Fisherman Beanie
Come the cold days of winter, beanies are never a bad look. Just take this pick from AWOL, for instance. Pairing quintessential fisherman style with extra soft organic cotton, it’s a hat that’ll surround your head with cozy comfort no matter how gnarly the weather gets.
DISSIM Inverted Lighter
No matter if you’re lighting a fire or sparking up for a smoke, it’s always a good idea to keep a lighter on hand. We like this one from DISSIM in particular because its inverted design means that you can set things aflame whilst keeping your fingers safely away from heat.
Xtratuf Deck Boots
Save your feet from soggy slogs this winter with a pair of these fully waterproof deck boots. Riding atop a grippy rubber outsole, they’re made only better by their classic Xtratuf design and their super-soft, absorbent neoprene lining.
Flint and Tinder 365 Corduroy
Level-up your cord game with this 365-edition from Flint and Tinder. Made with organic cotton and just a touch of spandex, they offer all of the fabric’s vintage style with some added stretch reinforcement to increase mobility. And here’s the best part: Flint and Tinder made these puppies with an easygoing 8oz fabric, meaning they’re exceptionally comfortable year-round.
Wellen Recycled Cotton Headlands Sweater
And where there’s a beanie, a sweater is soon to follow. We’d have this one from Wellen because it combines a sustainable recycled cotton construction with a cozy waffle knit to create a sweater that’s as eco-friendly as it is warm and toasty.
The James Brand The Carter XL
The James Brand revolutionized the EDC world with its beautifully designed knives, and The Carter XL is a case in point. Crafted with a modern micarta handle and a VG-10 stainless steel blade, it’s handsome, hard-wearing, and dependable for day-to-day use.
Filson Ballistic Nylon Duffel Backpack Hybrid
For all of their utility, duffels — admittedly — aren’t ideal long-term carry. Lucky for you, this bridle-trimmed backpack from Filson offers two other ways to wear it, with haul handles and shoulder straps that make it perfect for all kinds of applications.
Flint and Tinder Flannel-Lined Waxed Trucker Jacket
Rather than saddling yourself with an unsightly rain jacket, do yourself a favor and just get this Flint and Tinder waxed trucker instead. Lined with flannel and made from a 7oz Martexin sailcloth, it’s warm, water-resistant, and timeless as all get-out.
Marathon MSAR Automatic
If you’re after a real-deal diver with an approachable, everyday case size, it doesn’t get much better than Marathon’s MSAR automatic. For even despite its svelte 36mm case size, it boasts an accomplished 300m of water resistance and full ISO 6425 legibility and durability compliance. No surprise, then, that this a tritium-lumed timepiece was designed for search and rescue missions.
Scoured: The Best Gear on Huckberry
While we’re fans of tonal hues and understated appearances, we understand that the look isn’t for everyone. If you’re looking some more autumnal attire, for instance, head over to last month’s best gear on Huckberry and take a peep.