Take a deep breath. We have big news. Today is the official first day of fall. Soon you’ll be cozied up in your favorite flannel, comfortably wearing jeans and boots like Mr. Autumn Man himself. To help prepare you for a fall spent enjoying the outdoors, we’ve updated our curated Huckberry shop with a dozen new items, from mid layers and outerwear to new camp gear perfect for fall. Check out the entirely unadventurously hued highlights below.

Askov Finlayson North Hat

Each year Minneapolis-based retailer slash label Askov Finlayson releases a new “North” beanie($24) as part of their Keep The North Cold campaign. This is the latest. For every toque sold, a donation is made to support positive climate change initiatives. Look good, feel good.

Goldwin Coverall Shirt

Since the 1960’s Japan’s Goldwin has been innovating in ski apparel and outerwear. It’s all about sophisticated, minimalist design and high end materials, made in Japan. The Coverall Shirt ($318) is essentially the highest quality version of the classic top shirt, and we love it.

Snow Peak Military Jacket

Another notable Japanese outdoor brand that’s long been killing it overseas yet just coming into it’s own is Snow Peak. But you already knew that. This jacket ($460) is modeled after 60’s era army issue field jackets, and is designed to handle some seriously nasty fall and winter weather.

Flint and Tinder 10-Year Hoodie

Ditch the logo hoodies and the zippered hoodies—unless you’re a tech bro, then by all means get your Zuckerburg on—and upgrade to this American-made, 23 oz cotton fleece hoodie ($89) built to last a lifetime. Or at least 10 years.

Topo Klettersack

You already know about the Klettersack ($169). It’s a classic, made in Colorado, of bombproof 1000D Cordura.

Taylor Stitch Maritime Shirt Jacket

Indigo-dyed Japanese cotton selvedge fabric with dual chest pockets and unbreakable Japanese horn buttons? Yes please($125).

Iron & Resin Logan Short

The perfect drawstring short ($44) for pre surf missions, mornings drinking coffee around the crib, and those weirdly warm fall days where it still feels like summer. Corduroy is classic. Embrace it.

Arcade Belt Co. Guide Belt

If we could only own one belt, it’d be a classic Tanner Goods leather belt. If we could own another belt, it’d be this Arcade Guide belt ($27), perfect for outdoor adventures where weight, flexibility, and weatherproofing matter most.

Taylor Stitch Merino Henley

It’s like your favorite base layer, but made in the USA with naturally moisture-wicking, odor-resistant, temperature-regulating merino wool ($118). What’s not to love?