This one is a real treat. We've long been fans of Woolrich, because, you know, being cozy is pretty much our end all be all goal, and because supporting the oldest continuously running woolen mill in America is a no-brainer. Now, add in the involvement of SF-based Huckberry, the internet's preeminent source for modern outdoor gear sold at an attainable price, and you've got our attention. The three-piece, limited-edition Woolrich x Huckberry blanket collection finds inspiration in Huckberry’s very backyard, drawing on San Francisco's drifting fog, Yosemite's iconic granite walls, and the Pacific Ocean's vibrant sunsets.

Both the Allegheny and Topo blankets are woven with a mid-weight 100% fine-grade soft wool, while the Ridge Blanket is made of an 85% wool and 15% nylon blend, with super soft shearling backing. All three fabrics are products of the original Woolrich, PA mill, and made exclusively for Huckberry. And while each of the three designs holds a drawn of its own, we’re perhaps most excited about the Topo Blanket, which uses simple greys and thick black linework to create a classic topographic pattern—a signature of Huckberry The Field.

The handsome three-piece blanket collection—and a couple exclusively Woolrich collab overshirts—is currently available from Huckberry, though only for another four days and change.