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Scoured: The Best Gear On Huckberry

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As the end of this admittedly-long year approaches, the mercury is finally starting to drop — a sure sign that fall is here and winter is coming. For some, that’s going to mean even more time spent inside. However, for others, that means it’s time to start bundling up for some cold-weather adventures.

While there are plenty of places to find yourself some good equipment and apparel for the autumn months, few brands (if any) are as good at curating stylish and useful men’s gear as the folks at Huckberry. In fact, the following collection — done up in subdued earth tones — is all available through the brand’s site. If you’re looking to get yourself outfitted with some of the best-looking, most functional fall-ready gear around, we definitely suggest taking a deep dive into this month’s guide to the best gear on Huckberry.

Huckberry Beanie

Especially for those that live further north and/or in the mountains, a beanie is absolutely essential for keeping your head warm outside. And, if you get the right one, they’re also supremely stylish, as is the case with the Huckberry Beanie you see here. Not only is it done up in the timeless fisherman style, but it’s made from a unique blend of acrylic, wool, nylon, and spandex — meaning it will keep your head warm without making you uncomfortable.

Purchase: $28

Flint and Tinder Leather Card Wallet

Gone are the days of the thick, back-breaking, leather bifold wallets; these are the days of modern, minimalist cash and card carriers. Of course, if you like classic styling, you can still have that if you add Flint and Tinder’s Leather Card Wallet to your loadout. Slim enough for front pocket carry, but still crafted from timeless brown leather, this card carrier is the perfect blend of old and new everyday carry gear.

Purchase: $50

Wellen Seawool Fisherman Sweater

As far as cold-weather wear is concerned, few things are quite as classic as a fisherman’s sweater — like this one made by Wellen. What’s even better than its timeless styling and the warmth it provides is the fact that the Seawool is also made out of recycled plastic bottles and abandoned oyster shells — meaning it’s more sustainable than many of its counterparts. If you want to look good and feel good about it, this sweater is sure to please.

Purchase: $128

Ombraz Leggero Sunglasses

Especially on the budget-friendly end of the spectrum, sunglasses can be a bit delicate and require careful handling a lot of the time — which isn’t exactly in the spirit of adventure and throwing caution to the wind. By contrast, the Ombraz Leggero Sunglasses are ultra-tough (even their lenses are scratch-resistant), their armless design makes them even more secure while wearing them, and buying a pair actually benefits the environment, as each purchase means that 20 trees get planted in return.

Purchase: $140

YETI Camino Carryall Tote

If you’re familiar with the YETI name, there’s a solid possibility that’s thanks to their exceptional adventure coolers. As it turns out, they’ve tried their hand (and succeeded tenfold) at paring their legendary durability into other types of gear, as well — like the Camino Carryall Tote you see here. The exterior is waterproof, slash- and puncture-resistant, and even has a MOLLE grid for additional modular attachments. And to protect your gear inside, the base is lined with EVA foam. There’s even a zippered interior pocket so you can keep smaller gear separate from and more organized than the large main space.

Purchase: $150

Benchmade 318 Proper Knife

Made in the USA, Benchmade’s non-locking slipjoint 318 Proper knife is one of the most beautiful and well-built gentleman’s knives now or ever. That’s bolstered by a clip-point CPM-S30V stainless steel blade, a gorgeous and grippy canvas Micarta handle, and a total weight of less than 2.3 ounces. If you want a useful EDC knife that you can be proud to carry and show off, this might just be it.

Purchase: $160

Relwen Stretch Windpant

Designed to look good, feel great, and perform well in any weather, the Relwen Stretch Windpants may very quickly become your go-to weekend adventure bottoms. And that possibility is all the more likely when you consider that they’re made from 4-way stretch water-resistant nylon, lined with soft jersey fabric, have a cozy elastic waistband with a drawstring fit, and a zippered rear pocket for a bit of added security.

Purchase: $188

Huckberry x Danner Logger 917 Boots

Huckberry was very smart to turn to Danner when looking to team up on a pair of boots, as the brand is very well known for making exceptional outdoor-inspired footwear. This edition of their Logger 917 is no exception with its durable full-grain leather upper, proprietary Vibram outsole and matching Vibram SPE midsole, TPU shank, and breathable mesh liner. Furthermore, this handsome colorway is only available through Huckberry.

Purchase: $230

Flint and Tinder Flannel-Lined Waxed Hudson Jacket

It’s our opinion that every man should own at least one waxed canvas jacket — and you could do far worse than the frankly gorgeous Flint and Tinder Flannel-Lined Waxed Hudson Jacket. Shell cut from British Millerain canvas and waxed with exo-friendly coconut wax, this coat has a timeless silhouette you’ll get years of wear out of. And it’s ideal for cooler temperatures, as it is lined with ultra-cozy flannel from Abraham Moons, one of the United Kingdom’s oldest still-operating wool mills.

Purchase: $258

Lum-Tec M88 Watch

Assembled by hand in Ohio, Lum-Tec’s M88 watch is as beautiful as it is tough and reliable — thanks in part to its 44mm stainless steel case and the Swiss Ronda quartz movement within. It doesn’t hurt that it comes equipped with a rotating dive timer bezel and boasts a 300m water-resistance rating, either. Of course, if you’re thinking about picking one up, you’ll want to hurry, as only 500 will ever be made.

Purchase: $575