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May Finds On Huckberry

We continue our hunt for some of our favorite products on Huckberry, a shop that hooks you up with the coolest apparel and travel gear for an active lifestyle. This month we bring you a curated list of the best gear for your springtime adventures. Check out the Huckberry/Blessthisstuff Shop for some exclusive products at great prices. More details below.



With the Chapter knife, simple is significant. The titanium frame-lock construction is the simplest there is, with minimal moving parts and maintenance. The stainless steel blade holds an edge, doesnt rust and as is easy to care for. This is a knife that you will use for a lifetime.
$225  $275 | BUY



This Daypack is what it claims to be— — the perfect everyday carry companion. It can be used as either a backpack or messenger bag (we go messenger in the city, backpack on the trail), and the alternating straps are quickly and easily stowed. Then, of course, there’s the MOLLE system, which may be the most brilliant way to save space we’ve ever used.
$119  $219 | BUY



The Hörndl is a robust, yet surprisingly lightweight double-stitched boot in a traditional design. It features a Vibram sole, a shock absorber in the heel, and clamping lace hooks on top section of uppers for precise and rapid lacing. Ideal for challenging hikes, traveling and everyday use. 
$299  $360 | BUY



No other wireless speaker packs so much deep, crystal clear HiFi sound into such a compact design. PLAY:1s sleek, versatile design easily fits anywhere your home needs music, for surprisingly big sound no matter how tight the spot. Continue to add as many Sonos speakers as you want throughout your home, wirelessly.
$199 | BUY



Shackleford draws its name from Shackleford Banks. Part of North Carolina’s famed Outer Banks, this small island is famous for its wild horses that have roamed the beach for centuries. The area has also become a popular campsite for adventurous tourists. This untamed paradise seemed like a fitting namesake for this warm and rich wood fragrance.
$42 | BUY



The Prototipo draws aesthetic inspiration from vintage racing chronographs of the late ’60s and early ’70s, but with clean, modern detailing at every turn. Powered by an innovative Seiko hybrid meca-quartz movement, the Prototipo features a sweep second hand and instant chronograph reset thanks to internal mechanical linkages shared with Seiko’s in-house automatic movements.
$625 | BUY



The 64 oz. Wander and Rumble Beer Growler is designed and finished with the craft beer drinker at the center of every part of the process. The Shine Craft Vessel Company was established to create premium, well-designed beer growlers and barware. Shine only uses top quality, function-driven materials and high end finishes to assure long term use.
$49  $60 | BUY

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Also check out our previous finds on Huckberry for March and April




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TECH DOPP KIT 2

Leather crafters "This is Ground” have released the latest version of their popular Tech Dopp Kit, a premium leather travel zip-up organizer with designated spots for all of your tech/technical gear. The all new Tech Dopp Kit 2 was thought with traveling arrangements in mind, a luxury pouch that has loads of dedicated small places to arrange your cables, headphones or sunglasses, plus you also get a zipper bag to avoid losing smaller items. Made in premium quality l...
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NIAD CLIMBERS KNIFE

The Niad Climbers Knife by CRKT (Columbia River Knife & Tool) is the perfect blade to carry when you´re heading up the slopes. Designed by record-holding speed climber Hans Florine, the lightweight (weighs just 0.6 ounces) and compact folding knife is designed specifically for ease of use and access during climbing expeditions. The stainless steel blade has a flat top serrated edge, while the handle is made of corrosion-resistant titanium and has a loop on the e...
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VICIS ZERO1

Vicis is a new startup from Seattle trying to crack a tough market, sports helmets. Their debut helmet, called Zero1 and designed by Artefact, is a 21st century football helmet that is safer, sexier and more functional, designed to reduce the risk of head injury for football players. The company is using their expertise in medicine and engineering to protect young athletes. Zero1 has a soft, deformable outer skin with a harder plastic core inside, it is designed to ...
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