5 Gorgeous Products from Huckberry's Spring Catalog

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Huckberry's new spring catalog is drool-worthy. (Huckberry)

Huckberry is that friend of yours who always finds the newest and nicest stuff to wear, use, and carry. We’ve spent the last week flipping through its new spring catalog, which was shot in Hawaii and features legendary surfer Kelly Slater, Kauai legend and shark advocate Mike Coots, and Huckberry ambassador and former pro surfer Mikey DeTemple. Here are five of our favorite picks. 


Outerknown Nomadic Trunks ($65)

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Designed in collaboration with Kelly Slater, the Nomadic trunks are as comfortable dropping into 20-footers are they are grabbing post-surf margaritas. The Velcro fly with lace-up waistband ensures they’ll never fall off in a spill, and the back zip pocket keeps your keys or wallet safe. 

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Whiskey Peaks Rocks Glasses ($60)

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Each of these tumblers is hand-blown by a master craftsman and features a raised topographic impression of a great American peak. You can choose Denali, Half Dome, Mount Rainier, or Mount Whitney.

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Apollo Moc 2.0 Sneaker ($75)

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This futuristic sneaker is designed to be worn without socks. The breathable, perforated upper is made from a single piece of microfiber material and lined with soft polyester for next-to-skin comfort. 

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Free Fly Bamboo Henley ($60)

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It’s common knowledge that henleys are the sexiest shirts on the planet. The Bamboo is a modern take on this classic design, with a polyester-bamboo blend that fights stink and wicks moisture. A touch of spandex creates the perfect fit.

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Bellroy Note Sleeve Wallet ($90)

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Pull out the Bellroy at a coffee shop and people will take notice. The handsome bi-fold is made of responsibly sourced leather, and the slim design stores a handful of bills and up to 11 cards.

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