Because we know you work hard for your paycheck, we’re constantly on the lookout for the best gear, threads, and everyday carry essentials that money can buy. So, together with Huckberry, we’ve handpicked a selection of goods worthy of this month’s hard-earned rent money. For those who don’t know, Huckberry is a San Francisco-based web magazine that features impressively curated gear and apparel every GearMoose reader can appreciate, along with some interesting stories and original content.
Topo Designs Travel Pack
When it comes to everyday carry bags as well as outdoor packs, Topo Designs really hits the mark. Not only are their bags made from durable 1000D Cordura, they sport a clean, handsome design that renders them appropriate for carry to and from the office. Their Travel Pack is no exception. Sporting a rugged exterior and plenty of interior pockets and storage space, the Travel Pack performs just as well as a carry-on bag as it does a daily briefcase. – $229
DPX HIT Cutter
A survival knife unlike any other, the HIT Cutter—short for Handle Inversion Tool—features a stainless steel blade, a built-in carabiner for attaching to your belt or backpack, and a pivoting blade guard that doubles as the knife’s handle. – $150
Built to military specifications, the MIS Backpack is both rugged and functional, offering an assortment of storage options via zippered pockets, integrated webbing, loops, straps, and a padded laptop compartment all of which is protected by it’s water-resistant, 1000D Cordura construction. – $115
Original Chippewa 6″ Service Boot
Unless you prefer to buy a pair of new boots every season, the Service Boot by Original Chippewa are a logical choice for everyday wear. Their classic styling goes with pretty much everything, while full leather welts, insert soles, and a Vibram outsole ensure they’ll last well into the next decade. – $270
Wilson and Willy’s Anorak
A modern take on the classic anorak, this version by Wilson and Willy’s features a trimmer fit, a heavyweight, 8.5 ounce waxed canvas outer shell construction, and a 2-way zipper with leather zipper pulls that will stand up to inclement weather year round. – $220
PF Flyers x Todd Snyder Rambler Lo
Todd Snyder teamed up with PF Flyers to create these minimalist Rambler Lo sneakers. They feature a stylish leather upper accented with patent leather heel tape with Todd Snyder branding, a perforated saddle, and a leather footbed lined with soft chambray textile. – $120
Exotac Waterproof Lighter Sleeve
While the Exotac Lighter Sleeve will keep your lighter dry and functional on your smoke break, where it really shines is in your bug out bag. The sleeve is completely waterproof submerged three feet under water for up to 30 minutes, and also protects your lighter’s gas button from being accidentally pressed. The Exotac Lighter Sleeve also comes outfitted with it’s very own Bic lighter. – $14
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