Stealth Standouts From Our Winter Huckberry Shop Update
The best all-black gear and EDC tools for surviving the dark days of winter, new in the Field Mag curated shop
It's fully winter. It's cold, dark, and summer seems eons away. Good news is, we just released the latest update to our curated online shop with men's lifestyle retailer Huckberry, and it's full of rad gear to match the dark mood of winter.
From all-black sneakers and boots to stealth multi-tools and outerwear, this all-black update is for the serious—and aspiring—minimalists out there. The following are 11 favorites.
11. Taylor Stitch Summit Shirt
Everyone should have a favorite winter shirt, one you wear more days than not when no one's looking. Preferably one made of super soft flannel or wool. The waffle weave Summit Shirt ($188) is our go-to, made of a 13.5 oz wool and polyester blend that's both durable and unique.
10. Flint and Tinder Waxed Ridge Parka
Nothing says classic and cozy quite like the Waxed Ridge Parka ($398) from Flint and Tinder—a timeless design inspired by old school expedition-worthy mountain parkas. Built of weather-resistant waxed shelter cloth and lined with warm Melton wool, the stylish jacket is perfect for very wear in town and mellow outdoor adventures alike.
9. Finisterre Branek Crew Sweater
A durable, insulating wool sweater is a winter staple, and the Branek Crew ($99) from cold water surf lifestyle brand Finisterre is as good as it gets. If these Brits swear by it, you can too.
8. Fimbulvetr Hikr-X Lightweight Snowshoe
The Hiker-X Snowshoe ($239) is a lightweight and futuristic design as functional and acclaimed as its brand name is difficult to pronounce. Made of a unique, hyper strong thermoplastic polymer and designed for all-mountain travel, this is is one piece of gear you should be happy to invest in.
7. Leatherman Wave Plus Multi-Tool
There's a reason why most people refer to any mulit-tool as a Leatherman. They're just that good. The Wave Plus ($100) is the latest incarnation—the only design founder and owner Tim Leatherman carries daily.
6. The James Brand Chapter Knife
The Chapter Knife ($275) from The James Brand is the modern update your old man never saw coming. Use it for opening mail at home or whittling around the campfire, either way, you'll look damn good doing it.
5. Danner Mountain 600 EnduroWeave
A surprisingly modern silhouette from a brand best known for making 100-year-old designs the same way as they were made 100 years ago. With a surprisingly lightweight woven upper, breathable mesh liner, and rugged lugged Vibram outsole, the Mountain 600 Enduroweave ($160) is a welcomed departure and easy style to incorporate into any gear closet.
4. Naglev Unico Kevlar Hiker
The "outdoor multisport footwear" you never new existed. Gotta love it when an little known Euro brand just pops up Stateside with the raddest designs, happily making gear you now can't live without. That's the story of the Naglev Unico Kevlar Hiker ($230), a supportive shoe built with a seamless one-piece upper to eliminate weak points and a wool sock liner to wick moisture and ensure all-day comfort.
3. On Running Cloudventure Waterproof Shoe
The Cloudventure Waterproof ($170) is exactly what it sounds like—an all-weather all-terrain runner engineered for all-day comfort. If Field Mag contributor and two-time Olympian Sarah Attar vouches for On Running, then so do we.
2. Hestra Deerskin Primaloft Glove
For freezing commutes, cold mornings waiting for the car heater to kick in, etc—pretty much every winter moment is better with a proper pair of gloves. As far as we're concerned, Hestra makes the best. And the Deerskin Primaloft Glove ($130) will only get better with wear and proper care.
1. Proof 72-Hour Merino Tee
Long weekend adventure? Extended work travel? Hate doing laundry? You need a comfy, lightweight merino tee in your life. The Proof 72-Hour Merino Tee ($68) is made of pure New Zealand wool, and worth every penny.