6 Essential Purchases for the Adventure Traveller

Enjoying more adventures is something that will be on a lot of people’s to-do lists in 2019 and if that sounds like you, you’ll want to invest in some essential adventure travel gear. As luck would have it, the guys at Huckberry have a great array of adventure accessories that will tick the right boxes. Check out our top 6 picks below:

Peak Design Travel Backpack – $300

Following in the footsteps of Peak Design’s wildly popular Everyday Backpack, they have introduced this awesome looking Travel Backpack with 45L of storage ($300). Specifically designed to cover your camera carry needs on any adventure getaway — be it a long weekend or a far flung expedition into the great outdoors. With a design driven by the idea that “no two trips are the same,” the Peak Design Travel Backpack aims to be endlessly versatile and if you ask us, they hit a home run with unparalleled accuracy. ($300)

Huckberry All-Weather Duck Boot – $180

Exclusive to Huckberry, these fantastic All Weather Duck Boots ($180) are going to be ideally suited to any wilderness explorer in 2019. Each element of these first class boots were carefully considered to to contribute to its ideal combination of rugged, boot-like performance and the all-day comfort of a lightweight pair of sneakers. They boast 100% waterproof materials and construction and they are crafted from high end materials to ensure that they don’t let you down whatever the weather or terrain you encounter. ($180)

Tactica 17-in-1 multi-tool – $39

EDC doesn’t come much handier than the 17-in-1 Multi-tool from Tactica ($39) and it will be an essential addition to the wares of any adventure traveller out there. This cracking multi-tool takes about half of the top drawer of your toolbox and shrinks it down to pocket size. This pocket powerhouse effortlessly adapts to your needs and makes sure you have the right tools to tackle any challenges you face on your adventures. Whether it’s snowboarding, cycling or about town with 17 tools in one sleek, lightweight package, you’ll be ready for any situation with the Tactica Original at your side. ($39)

Proof Field Jacket – $175

Any adventurer worth their salt is going to need a jacket that is fit for wilderness excursions and they don’t come much better than this superb looking Proof Field Jacket ($175). Boasting a water resistant shell, it takes its design inspiration from arguably the most famous field coat in history and have Proof put a contemporary twist on the M65 field jacket, which is named after the year it was first introduced into U.S. military service. Carefully designed to be your go-to jacket for travel and adventure, the Proof Field Jacket is a smart mid-weight option that pairs perfectly with a buttondown or sweater, and is versatile enough to take you from day into night, and work into weekend. ($175)

Vuarnet Glacier XL Sunglasses – $518

The ultimate in adventure accessories, the Vuarnet Glacier XL Sunglasses ($518) are not cheap but they are the coolest and most robust eye-wear on the market. Boasting a legendary silhouette which has been worn by legendary explorers since it was first introduced in the ‘70s. With a timeless shape and extremely versatile and functional design, they really are the best of both worlds, crafted to stand up to the rigors of a life of adventure while still looking downright cool. ($518)

Hestra Deerskin Wool Gloves – $125

Hestra has been making gloves since 1936 and it’s clear to see they know what they’re doing as is admirably illustrated by these Hestra Deerskin Wool Gloves ($125). Every single pair of these gloves are crafted in their own factories and they personally source all materials, two factors which ensure the complete control over their production line chains and guarantees quality. The Deerskin Wool Tricot is a classic sport glove that brilliantly combines wool and leather to keep your hands warm during cold, damp autumn days. ($125)

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