Scoured: The Best Gear on Huckberry of February 2022

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With a great selection, well-communicated, quick, and reliable shipping, top-notch customer service, and immense knowledge and passion for men’s clothing, accessories, and gear, Huckberry has long been one of our favorite online retailers. So it’s no surprise that, with spring on the horizon, we turned to the site to seek out some primo outdoor gear to take us through this transitional period as we shake off the cold and prepare to head back into the wilderness. So get ready for your next adventure by having a look at our guide to the best gear on Huckberry this month.

Howler Brothers Command Beanie

Howler Brothers’ premium take on a classic watch cap, the Command Beanie features an all-acrylic waffle-knit construction with an oversized foldover cuff decorated in a Howler Bros logo patch. This men’s beanie is also offered in a “sand” color option.

Purchase: $30

Topo Designs Mountain Accessory Shoulder Bag

A more compact and trail-friendly alternative to a full-size daypack, the Topo Designs Mountain Accessory Shoulder Bag is a crossbody pack that’s crafted from recycled nylon and outfitted with vertical daisy chain webbing, bespoke Topo Designs carabiner attachments, an internal pouch pocket, and external zip pockets.

Purchase: $37

Hestra Deerskin Wool Tricot Gloves

With 86 years of experience in producing quality cold-weather garments, Hestra knows more than a thing or two about premium winter wear, as evidenced by the Swedish brand’s Deerskin Wool Tricot model — a wool tricot and deerskin leather-shelled and wool-lined glove that can keep hands warm in temperatures as low as -5°C.

Purchase: $120

Lems Shoes Trailhead Shoes

Stylish enough for the city yet rugged enough for the trail, Lems’ Trailhead shoes are built atop a full-length rubber outsole that was custom-engineered to afford optimal grip on both pavement and dirt. Sold in half-a-dozen color options, the Trailhead also sports an EVA foam midsole and uppers made from a combination of air mesh and microfiber.

Purchase: $130

Barebones Pulaski Axe

Sold with a canvas sheath and hex key for adjustments, Barebones’ Pulaski Axe is a hardwearing 24” splitter that features a hand-sharpened 3lb 1055 carbon steel head with a rounded horizontal mattock blade that’s mated to a Beechwood handle and reinforced via a solid steel core that runs the length of the axe, marrying the head to the pommel.

Purchase: $142

Howler Brothers x Huckberry Chisos Jacket

Born out of a collaboration between Huckberry and Howler Brothers, this limited-edition version of the popular Chisos Jacket boasts an all-polyester sherpa fleece body that’s accented by a cotton-nylon blend construction. On top of special HB x HB branding, this item also comes in a unique brown, black, and orange colorway.

Purchase: $145

The James Brand The Carter Knife

Engineered from the ground up as a design-forward yet still thoroughly utilitarian interpretation of a modern EDC knife, The James Brand’s Carter packs a blacked-out 2.75” VG-10 steel drop point blade mated to a stainless steel frame adorned in brown Micarta scales and equipped with an ambidextrous slide lock and a TJB-logoed tip-up deep-carry pocket clip.

Purchase: $159

Mystery Ranch Urban Assault 24L Backpack

Backed by a generous lifetime warranty, Mystery Ranch’s 24-liter Urban Assault model is a thoroughly calculated tactical backpack that features a main 500D CORDURA construction crafted around a fixed harness frame system, as well as a clever three-zip design, a 15” laptop sleeve, exterior water bottle pockets, a lid pocket with key clip, and a bevy of interior and exterior pockets and organizers.

Purchase: $179

Smithey Ironware Co. No. 12 Cast Iron Skillet

Machined and crafted by hand in Charleston, South Carolina, the Smithey Ironware Co. No. 1 is a thoroughly premium and modern take on a cast-iron skillet that’s practically guaranteed to last several lifetimes — making it a perfect item to pass down to future generations of campers and adventurers.

Purchase: $200

Shinola The Monster Automatic Watch

Pieced together around a 43mm brushed stainless steel case with a domed sapphire crystal and a Shinola-signed screw-down crown, The Monster Automatic dive watch features a bright orange dial with Super-LumiNova-coated indices and hands while housing a Swiss-made Sellita SW200-1 automatic movement. Water-resistant down to 1,000 feet, this watch comes paired with a 22mm black rubber strap.

Purchase: $1,250

Scoured: The Best Gear on Huckberry of January 2022

Want to check out another handpicked selection of items off of Huck? Then be sure to head over to our guide to last month’s best gear on Huckberry for ten additional adventure-ready items.