Time waits for no man, nor does adventure. Don’t be the guy who wakes up one day and realises he forgot to live when he was young. Hit the beach. Hike in the mountains. Snowboard. Surf. Camp. Travel. Explore. And when you do, don’t forget to bring your gear. Not just any gear. But the best gear. How do you find the best gear? Simple. By scoping our list below. Here are March’s Huckberry Finds. Adventure Awaits.
Domio Sports The Domio – Helmet Surround Sound
Turn your bike helmet into a surround sound system by using The Domio. Equipped with Vibro-Audio technology, the small gadget connects to your helmet and turns it into a speaker, allowing you to listen to music without blocking your eardrums. It’s built to last, easy to use, resistant to water, Bluetooth compatible and powered by a rechargeable battery.
Alex Strohl The Adventure Photography Workshop
Photographer Alex Strohl is what most adventurers aspire to be, i.e. a really talented dude who gets to travel the world and take incredible pictures for a living. But if you think his job is easy to achieve, you’d be mistaken. Thankfully, Alex is willing to share his secrets, and not just how to shoot or edit, but how to handle the business side of things as well. Get it all in one place by checking out his Adventure Photography Workshop. Your game will never be the same.
Stanley Classic Vacuum Growler (64oz)
If you’re young and modern at heart, then you already know that every adventure goes better with beer. Take that beer 64oz at a time by snagging the Stanley Classic Vacuum Growler. This stainless steel beauty is leak-proof, rust-free and able to keep your drinks cool or hot for long periods of time. Cheers to that!
Peak Design Huckberry Camera Bundle
Exclusive to Huckberry is this killer bundle from top camera gear brand Peak Design. It’s all top of the line and stylish to boot. Included in the bundle is a backpack (with a unique colourway), Capture Clip V3, Slide Lite camera strap, and a field pouch. The only thing you need to bring to this party is the camera itself. Then you’re ready to rock.
Stanley Adventure Base Camp Cook
Proving they can do far more than just hold your beer, camping gear brand Stanley unleashes the Adventure Base Camp Cook. It hosts 19 pieces of cookware and breaks down into a handy nest, making the whole operation easy to transport. Included is a scratch-resistant, rustproof, stainless steel pot with a vented lid, a rust-resistant 3-ply frying pan, a prep kick and plenty more. This one’s perfect for all those frequent adventurers out there. You know who you are!
Zero Tolerance Sinkevich Carbon Fiber Knife
Huckberry has a zero-tolerance policy regarding inferior products, which makes Oregon-based knife company Zero Tolerance a perfect fit for the retail site. Suffice to say, the brand makes some incredibly well-built knives and has the awards and huge fanbase to show for it. Proving as much is the Sinkevich, which touts premium steel on the blade and a strong, lightweight handle of carbon fibre and titanium. Sharp, indeed.
Darn Tough Men’s Hiker 1/4 Sock
Keep those feet warm in style with these premium hiker socks from Darn Tough. Each pair is made of sustainable Merino wool, which regulates temperatures while remaining breathable. Also featured is high-density cushioning on the boot base and shin, delivering ample bounce. As if all that wasn’t enough for a sock, this one’s also antimicrobial, not to mention supremely comfortable. Sealing the deal is a lifetime warranty.
Exotac TitanLIGHT Refillable Waterproof Lighter
If only the fiercest micro-flame will suffice, accept nothing less than the Exotac TitanLIGHT Refillable Waterproof Lighter. Flaunting rugged, lightweight aluminium construction, strategic wind guards, convection assist combustion and a high-spark flint wheel, the refillable lighter remains steadfast in the harshest of environments. This one’s a lifetime keeper.
TEC Accessories Inchworm
Even if the TEC Accessories Inchworm wasn’t all kinds of functional (which it is), we’d still hang it from our keychain. It just looks so slim and cool. In addition, this corrosion resistant, titanium “ruler in the round” provides a slew of uses. Specifically, you can use it to check your tire tread depth, check the width of a broken fan belt, compare product parts and sizes, and anything else that might need a quick small measurement. It weighs in at 6.5 grams and maintains a tight figure, to say the least.
Matador Pocket Blanket 2.0
Designed for adventure, the Matador Pocket Blanket 2.0 is water repellant, puncture resistant and insanely easy to transport. Just how easy? It packs down to a size small enough to fit in your pocket. Now more optimal than ever before, the camping essential comes equipped with corner weights and sand pockets to stay put in windy conditions. Good for two people, this blanket pretty much thought of everything.