Huckberry Fall Essentials

Autumn is now well and truly upon us here at Coolector HQ so we are, of course, turning our attention to the various adventure apparel and accessories that will need to be ordered for the months ahead and this inevitably means a visit to Huckberry and their awesome line up of wares.

Check out some of the must have fall essentials from the guys at Huckberry below:


Needless to say, temperatures are starting to take a turn for the worse so you’re going to want to add some sweaters to your autumn wardrobe and, luckily, Huckberry have some belters.


Brilliantly well made, the Finisterre Westray Crew Sweater ($155) is a traditional fisherman style cable jumper knitted in a Donegal tweed yarn and crafted from 100% British wool for the ultimate in warmth, comfort and protection from the elements. The wool has had minimal processing and retains the lanolin in the yarn, giving it a natural feel and smell. A great looking, hardwearing sweater for all your autumn adventures. ($155)


Howlin make timeless sweaters made from all-natural Scottish wool and this Birth of the Cool Sweater ($170) is a brilliant example of their talents. Since the early ’80s Howlin’ have been crafting top quality knitwear out of Antwerp, with a strong nod to their Irish and Scottish roots. This first class Birth of the Cool sweater is a true icon of autumn apparel – it’s a shaggy, warm, and robust offering with a boxy fit that’s just this side of relaxed. ($170)


Billed as a 10-Year investment in your closet and a 10-Year investment in America, this awesome 10 Year Crew from Flint & Tinder ($78) is going to be a go-to for years to come. Flint and Tinder are an American brand, through and through, and the 10-Year Crew is a truly American product, passing through the hands of 20+ American workers on its journey to your doorstep. The unparalleled and robust construction begins with a beefy 23 oz fleece from South Carolina that’s expertly cut, sewn and washed in Los Angeles into a premium sweatshirt that’ll grow with you, the way your favorite sweatshirt should — softer with wear and backed by the stories of a decade. ($78)

EDC Essentials

We love refreshing our everyday carry line up here at Coolector HQ and there’s no better time to do this than fall and Huckberry have some top notch accessories including wallets, pocket knives and gloves. Check out some of the best bits below:


The James Brand Chapter Knife has a D2 steel blade and so far as the design is concerned, simple is significant. The titanium frame-lock construction is the most straightforward there is, with minimal moving parts and upkeep. The stainless steel blade holds an edge, won’t ever rust and as is really simple to care for. The understated design is incredibly striking, like the subtle “Electric Moss” anodized hits on the blade and thumb stud — just to remind you that you’re carrying something special. This is a knife that will be your adventure ally for a lifetime. ($225)

HESTRA Utsjö Gloves – $140

These wonderfully elegant Nordic elk leather gloves from Hestra ($140) are lined with fleece for comfort. Hestra has been creating gloves since 1936, so they know a thing or two about making some of the best in the business. Each pair of their gloves are made in their own factories and they personally source all the materials—two factors which ensure the complete control over their production chain and guarantee quality. The Utsjo is a dress glove made from supple Nordic elk leather, insulated with Primaloft for warmth and lined with fleece for comfort and will be a cornerstone of your EDC line up. ($140)


Boasting a striking look and feel of a vintage diver, made for everyday wear, this brilliant Nezumi Studios Baleine Watch ($500) is an essential accessory for the contemporary man. If you’re looking for something a little different than your run-of-the-mill dive watch from the big boys, Nezumi is a first class option. Their Baleine diver checks all the boxes on most men’s lists – namely, it’s got a great water resistance, it’s lightweight enough for everyday wear, has a super cool, retro aesthetic and an exemplary automatic movement – and, crucially, still manages to come in at the $500 mark, which is not always an easy feat in the watch industry. ($500)

Flannel Shirts

If we’re being honest, the flannel shirt is probably the biggest style staple in the Coolector HQ closet and we’re always looking to add new ones to our collection. Huckberry have some fine examples and you can see some of the best below:


Durable and long-lasting, the Buffalo Jackson Fairbanks Flannel ($60) is a real favourite of ours at Coolector HQ. With an eye toward heritage goods and the way they used to be made, Buffalo Jackson’s wares are crafted to stand not just the test of time but also the rigours of any outdoor or day to day adventure. Whether it’s mowing the lawn, heading out into the wilderness or to your local taproom, you can count on Buffalo Jackson’s well-made goods to have your back. ($60)


This is the epitome of a classic flannel shirt, and it expertly combines technical performance with impeccable comfortThe Heatseeker Flannel from Proof ($88) is where performance meets comfort and it is crafted from a brushed thermo-regulating fabric, which does a great job of keeping your temperature in check in the same way as merino wool. While it might look like your favourite flannel, it’s softer and packs a technical punch like a mid-layer that makes it autumn adventure ready to say the least. ($88)


Designed for action and living in, the Flint & Tinder Check Button Down Flannel ($108) is an essential autumn addition to your wardrobe. Flint and Tinder’s Japanese plaid shirting wears in, not out — which means that it gets softer every time you roll up the sleeves or reach across the bar to grab your craft beer. These ace looking flannels are a throwback to casual vintage shirts the Flint and Tinder team would score every now and then at a local thrift shop and, instead of having to hunt these down, they decided to craft their own and they are comfort and old school cool personified. ($108)

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