Scoured: The Best Gear on Huckberry of August 2022

Aug 15, 2022

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August is an admittedly strange time of year. It’s still summer, to be certain, and generally has some of the hottest weather of the year. But be that as it may, there’s a change in the air. August signals back to school, the impending start of leaf-peeping season, and — since it has no major holiday of its own — the early start of the next major celebration, which is Halloween on October 31. So even though the sun and heat will undoubtedly still have a lot to say this August, we’re getting ready for autumn a little early with this black and orange spread of gear from Huckberry.

Sunski Ventana

Sunski’s varying sunglasses are great for several reasons, most notably their affordable prices that don’t result in sacrificed style. The Ventana silhouette is based around a set of recycled polycarbonate frames that are remarkably lightweight for all-day comfort. This Black Gloss Bronze color palette is a Huckberry exclusive, so know you won’t come across them elsewhere.

Purchase: $58

The James Brand The Elko

Like anything from The James Brand, this is a handsome addition to any EDC loadout. The rugged gear company’s Elko pocket knife features a Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel blade with a high hardness rating and optimized edge retention. It’s also as portable as it gets, thanks to its slim profile and measurement of under 4.5 inches when open.

Purchase: $60

Moji Charging Station

Charging your phone on the go gets troublesome, especially when you’re camping. Luckily, this powerful charging station from Black Diamond can juice your phone, earbuds, and more when using its included lithium battery. It even features a frosted globe top for additional light.

Purchase: $80

Flint and Tinder Bone Button Western Shirt

Whether you’re looking to spend Halloween dressed up as a cowboy or simply love a good western shirt, this option from Huckberry’s house brand is a great way to go. It’s delivered in the authentic Western style right down to the snap buttons and pointed design on the pockets. For an added touch of flair, its snaps are constructed from burnt cow bone, giving each button its own unique marks.

Purchase: $158

Flint and Tinder Deadstock Stretch Selvedge Denim

You might as well buy F&T’s matching jeans to finish off the previous piece. These handsome jeans are sewn from deadstock Japanese Kaihara selvedge fabric, a discontinued brand of denim that you’ll never find again. This gives the jeans a sense of exclusivity while also helping to repurpose old fabric instead of letting it go to waste.

Purchase: $188

On Cloudtrax

Like anything from On, you can trust the CloudTrax to provide you with the support your need for the mission at hand. In this instance, the activity is hiking, as the Swiss brand’s signature shoe for the backcountry comes equipped with a grippy outsole for reliable traction. For added comfort, it sits on On’s signature CloudTec cushioning for maximum support for your next big trek, all while boasting street-ready looks.

Purchase: $190

Filson Dry Backpack

Filson’s Dry Backpack is bound to be a sure-fire hit on your next outdoor excursion. It boasts a PU-coated 840-denier nylon exterior that results in premier waterproof capabilities and abrasion resistance. It’s even fully submersible in case of an emergency, assuring that your gear will never be in harm’s way when stowed away in this versatile bag.

Purchase: $210

Nemo Tensor Insulated Sleeping Pad

Nemo’s innovative sleeping pad features tons of technical elements tailored toward you getting a good night’s sleep on any camping trip. Thanks to its internal layers of Thermal Mirror metalized material, the Tensor has an incredible weight-to-warmth ratio that assures you won’t have to worry about any frigid nights at the campsite.

Purchase: $220

Barebones Cowboy Firepit Grill

Barebones’ unique all-in-one Cowboy Firepit Grill is every at-home chef’s dream. It serves as a grill, fire pit, and open flame cooking station to ensure nothing short of incredible meals at your next cookout. For portability’s sake, this completely modular system can even be broken down and stored in your car’s trunk en route to your favorite camping site or park.

Purchase: $400

Shinola Runwell Field Watch

Shinola’s collection of USA-assembled timepieces features many notable watches, but the handsome, military-inspired Runwell is one of the most traditional choices you can make. The durable watch is water-resistant up to 100 meters, has an anti-reflective sapphire crystal for optimized sturdiness, and then rounded out with a durable nylon strap with a quick release function to let you adjust it with ease.

Purchase: $650

Scoured: The Best Gear on Huckberry of July 2022

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