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.
Cordito Cord Wrap
The Cordito Cord Wrap from the This Is Ground is crafted from genuine leather, features metal button enclosures, and holds up to 3 different pairs of cords, earphones, USB cables, or anything else you would like to carry around on a daily basis. – $40
K-Way Claude Jacket
Weighing in at only 2 ounces, LifeStraw is a personal water filter capable of filtering up to 264 gallons of tainted water while eliminating 99.99% of water-born bacteria and parasites. A must have piece of gear for your bug out bag or next camping trip when that sketchy lake is your only savior from dehydration. – $20
Modern Fuel Mechanical Pencil
We don’t take our EDC lightly and neither should you. That’s why we recommend this machined mechanical pencil by Modern Fuel for jotting down your impromptu notes, ideas, and lists. Each pencil is machined from a solid piece of brass strong enough to warrant a lifetime guarantee. – $65
EDC Kit 2.0
To save you the time and money required to spec out a proper everyday collection, the team at Huckberry has curated this special edition EDC Kit as a practical, functional, slimmed-down version of their original EDC Kit, finished entirely in stainless steel. – $65
Topo Designs Rover Pack
The Rover Pack by Topo Designs is built from 1000D Cordura that renders it extremely rugged, lightweight, and water-resistant. An assortment of external zippers with heavy duty plastic hardware along with an internal laptop sleeve and side pockets provide plenty of room for all of your essentials. – $139