Scoured: The Best Gear On Huckberry

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It’s the start of a new year, and after being cooped up inside for the bulk of 2020, we don’t blame you if you feel like journeying to the great open spaces of America’s deserts to get away from it all — even if it is January. And if you do find yourself wanting to venture to the desert for a little midwinter camping trip, Huckberry has loads of gear that will help you do so both stylishly and practically.

The online retailer is one of the best places to track down everything from outerwear and EDC to kitchen goods and fashionable accessories, with an extensive catalog that leaves virtually no stone unturned. Lucky for you, we’ve done the bulk of the stone-turning for you and have come up with a list of standout gear that’s ready for that desert trip or wherever else 2021 takes you. Here’s this month’s guide to the best gear on Huckberry you can buy right now.

Stanley Adventure Beer Pint Glass

Having been around for over 100 years, Stanley knows a thing or two about how to make outdoor gear that lasts. Take, for instance, this 16 oz. beer pint. It’s built from food-grade stainless steel and its double-wall vacuum insulation ensures your brew stays at the right temperature for hours, regardless of where you take it.

Purchase: $18

Pappy & Company Bourbon Barrel-Aged Coffee

Coffee and whiskey drinkers alike will enjoy these beans from the makers of one of the world’s most-prized bourbons. Using single-origin whole beans from Guatemala, this roasted-in-Kentucky coffee is aged in spent Pappy Van Winkle bourbon barrels, imparting a subtle hint of the elusive liquor’s signature flavor.

Purchase: $22

Away Without Leave Fisherman Beanie

This beanie will make you feel good in more ways than one. Sure, it’s classically-styled, soft, and warm — everything you’d expect from a quality beanie — but it’s also made of 100% organic cotton and was manufactured entirely in Los Angeles with ecological and social responsibility in mind.

Purchase: $45

Sunski Treeline Sunglasses

Sunglasses are often viewed as a fashion accessory, but they’re really one of the best ways you can protect the health of your eyes. These shades do so in a myriad of ways. Their impact-resistant Triacetate cellulose lenses are polarized to reduce glare while offering 100% full-spectrum UV protection, while removable magnetic glare-blocking side panels offer even more protection. And yes, they even look great.

Purchase: $89

Forge and Foundry Walnut Paring Knife

The phrase “they don’t make ‘em like they used to” doesn’t apply to this precision paring knife. Made in the U.S.A. by an actual blacksmith, this drop point blade is crafted in corrosion-resistant AEB-L high carbon steel that’s made to stay sharp even through rough use. It’s mated to a natural black walnut handle, ensuring that each example has its own unique grain.

Purchase: $90

Wax London Whiting Shirt

This versatile patterned shirt was made with sustainability in mind. Crafted in Portugal from French recycled fabric and eco-friendly corozo nut buttons, this vintage-inspired shirt works as both an overshirt or as a flannel replacement thanks to its ideal weight. Plus, its two oversized chest pockets with button closures offer plenty of room for your EDC.

Purchase: $170

VAER AF Field Automatic Watch

The military-inspired field watch is one of the most classic watch designs there is, and VAER presents a great one here. Seven-layer vintage-style lume offers nighttime visibility, an AR-coated sapphire crystal protects against scratches, 100m of water-resistance gives you peace of mind, and the workhorse Miyota 9015 automatic movement ensures reliable timekeeping.

Purchase: $292

Goruck GR1 Slick Backpack

Goruck’s GR1 Slick is already a legend, and now Huckberry has sweetened the pot with this exclusive desert-ready Coyote colorway. Underneath the sharp new exterior is the same American-made bag you know and love with its special forces-grade 1000 denier CORDURA construction, rugged YKK zippers, bombproof laptop sleeve, and lifetime guarantee.

Purchase: $295

Rancourt & Co. Wolf Boot

These boots are a Huckberry exclusive, and the brand’s commitment to quality definitely shows through. Handmade in Maine using leather from a variety of different tanneries, the Toast Rushmore colorway seen here is crafted from textured bison leather from Tasman Tannery that’s been treated for water-resistance and durability.

Purchase: $395

Oros Orion Parka

This high-tech minimalist parka offers more warmth than a puffy down jacket while leaving the bulk behind. It achieves this feat thanks to its 2mm-thick NASA-inspired Solarcore insulation, an aerogel that is 99.8-percent trapped air. And as the parka keeps your heat in, it also keeps the elements out thanks to a waterproof stretch nylon outer shell.

Purchase: $440

Scoured: The Best Gear On Huckberry - December 2020

Not quite ready for a wilderness expedition this year? Don’t sweat it. Have a look at last month’s guide to the best gear on Huckberry for a more urban-inspired collection.