The Field x Huckberry Spring + Summer Style Update
The best deals on gear designed for promoting posi vibes this season
It's finally looking like spring here in the Northeast, and we're damn happy about it. To celebrate, we updated our Huckberry curated shop with a bunch of new gear for the warm weather ahead. Below are 6 of our favorite style updates (read: deals) for getting out and enjoying yourself this spring and summer.
Pendleton American Treasures Beach Towel
Pendleton has long celebrated the Native cultures of its home region of the Pacific Northwest with vibrant Native American-inspired designs. The new American Treasures Towel($40) series is a fine example. And at 40” x 70” it’s perfect for the beach, backyard, or park.
Riverz Utah Hat
Hitting the trail, river, or campsite this spring? Keep the sun off your dome with this badboy straw hat($99) from Riverz. Made in USA of a “TechStraw” material and coming complete with a moisture wicking CoolMax sweatband and adjustable webbing band, the Utah is somehow both all party and all business at the same time.
Outerknown Beach Camp Shirt
Nothing says “I’m here for a good time” quite like a floral party shirt. And this Beach Camp Shirt($125) by Kelly Slater’s Outerknown, ladies and gentlemen, is a fine specimen. Made of 2-ply organic cotton with a soft feel and loose weave texture and natural corozo nut buttons, this shirt is fit for finding adventure anywhere and everywhere.
Alex Crane Bo Shorts
Temps are forecasted to hit 90 this week in NYC, which means it’s time to ditch the raw denim and pick up some linen. The lightweight, breathable fabric is perfect for hot days outside, and thus, so are these Los Angeles-made drawstring shorts($65) from Alex Crane. Plus they’re on sale :)
Raen Wiley Sunglasses
The Wiley($135) frame from Raen is handmade with sturdy acetate and Carl Zeiss lenses that block 100% UVA/UVB rays. Can’t beat a classic pair of tortoise shell shades.
Native Apollo Moc 2.0
We’ve been saying it for years, the Apollo Moc($65) from Native makes a damn good camp shoe. And now the 2.0 features an updated liner and insole. The crazy lightweight shoe is vegan certified, super breathable, and comfy as can be. Trust us, they’re better than Crocs.