10 Best Steals from Huckberry End of Year Sale

With the, frankly awful, year of 2020 coming to an end, we may as well try and well finish it off on a bright note by bagging some Festive bargains for ourselves. Well, if you’re of a similar mindset, you’ll want to head over and peruse the digital shelves of Huckberry because they’re currently in the midst of an awesome end of year sale, chock full of unbeatable bargains.

Check out our pick of 10 of the best steals from the Huckberry End of Year Sale below:

Juniper Books Kurt Vonnegut Set – Was $250 Now $198

Let’s face it: no book looks bad on a shelf. If you read it, think you’ll read it, or just think it looks great, a book is a worthy addition to your interior design endeavours. But some books just look better than others. Case in point: the exceedingly striking editions from Juniper Books like this Kurt Vonnegut Set (Now $198).

Featuring custom-designed, hand-assembled dust jackets wrapped around quintessential American literature, these sets stand out from the crowd on a shelf as a cohesive unit—and what’s on the inside is even better. Going beyond the Slaughterhouse-Five you read in high school, the four-volume Kurt Vonnegut set collects all fourteen of the visionary (and hilarious) author’s novels with a graphic cover design inspired by the first edition Breakfast of Champions. (Now $198)

Olfeller Classic Leather Dog Collar – Was $60 Now $38

A USA-made leather dog collar, which has been crafted by the folks who keep man’s best friend dressed to the nines at all times. Using nothing but the best materials that man’s best friend deserves, we’re loving the Olfeller Classic Leather Dog Collar (Now $38) here at Coolector HQ.

The bond between a man and his dog is an unbreakable one. As such, the guys at Olefeller strive to craft goods for both that were equally as tough. In a landscape of overwrought, underbuilt dog gear, Olefeller stands out like a beacon with their awesome collars and leashes that are simple in design and rugged in materials. Handmade by third-generation leather craftsmen, the Classic Leather Dog Collar is a full inch wide and built to stand up to a lifetime of outdoor canine adventures. (Now $38)

Baabuk Urban Wooler Sneakers – Was $115 Now $86

With an upper made from hand-felted Portuguese wool, the comfort of these Baabuk Urban Wooler Sneakers (Now $86) is beyond compare. The outer is felted as one single piece with no seams and no stitches for the ultimate in sockless comfort day in, day out.

Made in Portugal—a country that knows a thing or two about wool and shoemaking—Baabuk’s handmade wool shoes are the ideal wool sneaker in our opinion here at The Coolector. Each pair is handcrafted from a single piece of felted wool, meaning no seams and year-round temperature regulation for the ultimate in sockless comfort. (Now $86)

Flint & Tinder Quilted Indigo Camp Shirt – Was $188 Now $141

Boasting an outer made from a soft and textured linen-cotton fabric that’s indigo dyed, and lined with a soft cotton on the interior, the comfort of this Flint & Tinder Quilted Indigo Camp Shirt (Now $141) is off the charts. The indigo fabric will take on your personal fade pattern over time, like a pair of your favourite jeans. It is a midweight, soft shirt jacket that’s a great additional layer year-round—from breezy summer nights, to chilly fall days in the yard.

This classy bit of outerwear from Flint & Tinder has two side entry hand pockets, two button-down chest pockets, one interior phone pocket. The front placket with imprinted, Western-inspired metal snap buttons for a reinforced and clean front finish adds a stylish aesthetic impact to proceedings. (Now $141)

Areaware Drink Rocks – Was $35 Now $23

These infinitely reusable soapstone and marble rocks are perfect for chilling cocktails and spirits. The Areaware Drink Rocks (now $23) consists of a set of four geometric forms and will add a pleasing touch of variety to your tipple of choice. They are made with natural materials and finished by hand.

When we saw the contemporary art stylings of the Drink Rocks from Areaware, we started counting the minutes until 5 o’clock here at Coolector HQ. Freeze up these geometric wonders, plunk them into your tumbler, and pour yourself two fingers of your favourite whisky. Your cocktail hour just got a whole heap cooler – literally and metaphorically. (Now $23)

Pop Chart Football Clubs of Europe – Was $40 Now $30

We’re big football (soccer) fans here at Coolector HQ so this Pop Chart Football Clubs of Europe Print (Now $30) was always going to appeal to our sensibilities and make the ideal addition to our workspace. It includes simplified team crests representing each team’s emblem and it is printed on 100 lb cover stock.

As staunch appreciators of good design, at The Coolector we’ve been loving what Pop Chart has been coming up for years. Bright, beautiful, and informative, their infographic posters take hundreds of hours to design, and the diligence shows. Each one represents hobbies, personal passions, and areas of interest, done up in elaborate, display-worthy style. It’s as though walls have finally found their purpose (beyond just holding up the roof). (Now $30)

Mini Lumio + Lamp – Was $150 Now $98

This truly state-of-the-art, foldable design doubles as a conversation piece and you’ll love the visual impact the Mini Lumio + Lamp (now $98) delivers to whichever room you place it. It’s rechargeable lithium polymer battery provides up to eight hours of continuous light on a single charge and it includes a mobile charging port in the spine for your cell phone or mobile device and allows up to three full charges.

The interior body of the lamp is made of highly-durable, water-resistant, and 100% recyclable DuPont™ Tyvek® which delivers and impressively robust performance. Super strong magnets are built into the cover of the Lumio so you can attach it to metal surfaces and arrange it in as many configurations as you like. (Now $98)

Topo Designs Tech Case Premium – Was $59 Now $41

This is the perfect case for carrying and organising all your small EDC essentials and the Topo Designs Tech Case Premium (Now $41) holds and organises your everyday gear like pens, sunglasses, cards, keys, and small tablets. The dual compartment build and front zippered pocket offer easy access and the front main compartment has an internal mesh pocket on one side and an elastic organisation band on the other.

If Topo Designs has one objective, it’s to get you out into the world in search of adventure. Part of how they achieve that is through their line of hyper-efficient packs, accessories and bags – that we’ve been loving since the early days here at The Coolector. Designed to wrangle unruly EDC and work essentials, the Tech Case opens flat with plenty of pockets and bands to keep your small stuff organised. (Now $41)

Proof Stealth Down Popover – Was $188 Now $132

Proof’s Stealth Down Popover (now $132) throws out everything we thought we knew about down layers and takes them to a whole new level with innovative construction and clever design. The shell and insulation layer are bonded together during the construction stage, which results in a fail-proof baffling pattern with no stitching lines on the outer shell.

Four-way stretch and a refined cut give you the freedom to move while keeping a stylish aesthetic. But what we love most about them is their unique capacity to blend into your everyday wardrobe while at the same time retaining the warmth and technical performance to hang tough in the outdoors. Whether you’re staring down a double black diamond or just trying to keep warm on your commute, Stealth Down has your back. (Now $132)

Howler Brothers Crosscut Deluxe Snapshirt – Was $89 Now $71

Howler Brothers clothing honours the timeless style of water sports with updated contemporary design influences which are taken from waves, geography, fashion, and art. The Crosscut Deluxe Snapshirt (Now $71) is their most gussied up western yet, with on-point details like embroidered hibiscus flowers and cowboy pearl snaps. You can wear it on a Saturday night and put some Johnny Cash on shuffle. (Now $71)

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