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Scoured: The Best Gear On Huckberry of September 2021

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We know it seems like summer just started, but the warmest season of the year is actually already — perhaps sadly — coming to a close. That means, in the next couple of months, the mercury is going to take a nosedive and we’re going to start seeing chilly weather again. And that makes right now the perfect time to start reconsidering your fall wardrobe and accompanying gear. But don’t you worry; we’ve got you covered.

Fall is all about changing weather and the sometimes swift approach of winter, and it often gets overlooked when paired up against the more extreme seasons that bookend it. However, we’re big believers that Fall is one of the absolute best times for every measure of outdoor activity. There are days where things are a bit chilly and perhaps more well suited to a brisk hike through the woods, but there are also still warm days when you might take a trip down to the beach. In either case, you can find everything you need — from apparel to everyday carry and more — on Huckberry, including all of the pieces in this month’s Scoured guide below.

Away Without Leave Fisherman Beanie

While beanies might seem like a dime a dozen, this one gets a leg-up when put up against the competition thanks to the fact that, along with its spectacular styling, it was made in the USA from 100% cotton. That means, unlike stuffy acrylic, this cap will keep you warm when you need it without suffocating your cranium. And you can pick from three smart colorways.

Purchase: $45

Amundsen Woven Belt

Though typically an afterthought, Amundsen has reexamined the belt as a wardrobe highlight with the simply-named Woven Belt. Available in two Southwestern-inspired colorways and a trio of sizes, this belt is crafted from a combination of 100% cotton, high-quality leather, and stainless steel. Do more than just hold your pants up with the Amundsen Woven Belt.

Purchase: $49

Leatherman Bond Multi-Tool

Whether you’re a college student, urban commuter, weekender outdoorsman, or even a hardcore survivalist, you can always find a good use for a solid multi-tool. And they just don’t get more solid than the Leatherman Bond with its all-stainless steel construction, 14+ built-in tools and functions, and compact folding format. Plus, if you had any worries about quality, you can trust in its ironclad 25-year warranty.

Purchase: $50

Topo Designs Daypack Classic

Styled like a classic, albeit upscale college-ready backpack but built tough enough to take on even rugged outdoor adventure, the Topo Designs Daypack Classic is the perfect versatile bag for go-everywhere exploration. Inside its 1000D Cordura nylon and Horween leather exterior, you’ll find 21.6L of storage and plenty of internal organizational options (including a 15″ laptop sleeve). This might just become your go-to bag for EDC, adventuring, and everything else.

Purchase: $99

The Ridge Half Dome Topographic Aluminum Wallet

Sadly, most of us can’t spend all of our time outdoors exploring, hiking, and camping. But you can still keep the spirit of the great outdoors alive in your everyday carry, so long as you include this version of The Ridge’s outstanding minimalist aluminum wallet — which is emblazoned with a topographic map of Yosemite’s Half Dome summit. It can also hold 12+ cards and cash, offers RFID blocking, and weighs just 2 oz.

Purchase: $105

Carrera 257/S Sunglasses

In the city or country, everyone could use a great pair of sunglasses, like Carrera’s timeless 257/S shades you see before you today. Boasting injection-molded frames, polarized lenses, and flexible hinges, these handsome sunglasses are a superb addition to your wardrobe and everyday carry loadout all year long.

Purchase: $129

Relwen Supply Pant

Perfect for those with an appreciation for utility and heritage styling, Relwen’s Supply Pants were actually inspired by standard-issue U.S. military pants from the ’50s and ’60s — which might seem quite apparent — albeit with some modern twists, like a tapered cut and a bit of spandex for more comfortable all-day wear. And since they’re available in a trio of classic colorways, they also offer some stylistic versatility — especially if you get more than one pair.

Purchase: $198

Howler Brothers Merlin Jacket

Perhaps no other piece on our list quite screams “fall” like the Howler Bros Merlin Jacket. This cozy piece of outerwear comes with a water-resistant ripstop nylon exterior, ultralight PrimaLoft Gold insulation, knitted and ribbed cuffs on the sleeves to keep the cold out, and it looks outstanding in both available colorways.

Purchase: $199

Wolverine Original 1000 Mile Boot

No, Wolverine’s Original 1000 Mile Boot is not just called that — these exquisitely crafted, USA-made boots are actually built to survive literally 1,000 miles of on-foot travel and look great the whole time. Recreated from an original pattern from 1914, these gorgeous boots boast a top-quality suede upper, Goodyear Welt construction, Vibram outsole, and so much more.

Purchase: $385

Alsta Nautoscaph IV Dive Watch

The watch worn by Richard Dreyfuss in Jaws is one of the most iconic movie timepieces of all time — but it isn’t exclusive to its onscreen appearance. Rather, Alsta has been crafting and refining it for years, culminating in the Nautoscaph IV you see here today. This version now boasts an automatic self-winding movement, a scratch-resistant PVD-coated stainless steel case (with a matching bracelet), a sapphire crystal, and more.

Purchase: $789

Scoured: The Best Gear On Huckberry - September 2021

Huckberry’s entire catalog is hugely diverse and impossible to pin down in just 10 picks. So, if you haven’t found what you’re looking for yet, it might just be a function of seeing what else there is to have. As such, we suggest checking out last month’s guide to the best gear on Huckberry for a bit more inspiration.