It's affordable and made in the USA
Huckberry’s Flint and Tinder line, a new collection made entirely in the U.S., enables lots of mixing and matching right through shoulder season.
365 Pants ($100)
This style staple wears like a pair of jeans with a refined look and tailored cut. The preshrunk cotton and just-right amount of Lycra add mobility and make these chinos forgiving.
Heavyweight Henley ($55)
Worn as a layer or on its own, this classically cut henley feels broken in but has a heavier weight than most cotton T-shirts. The ribbed neckband, extended cuffs, and unbreakable buttons mean this top is destined to be a favorite for years to come.
Moleskin Shirt Jacket ($160)
As winter gives way to spring, a heavy shirt becomes a better option than a full-on jacket. This one, made from cotton moleskin that's soft and wind resistant, is bolstered with durable metal snaps and stealthy welt hand warmer pockets.
Heritage Boxer Briefs ($30)
For all the synthetic undies out there, there’s still nothing that compares to cotton briefs for pure comfort. Underwear is where Flint and Tinder got its start and its expertise shows in these boxer briefs, which are made from a U.S.-sourced cotton with a custom woven elastic waistband.
Chippewa Six-inch Service Boot ($280)
Most leather boots require some time to break in, but these classic service boots are made with a supple full grain leather that's comfortable right out of the box. There’s no tradeoff in durability though, with solid Goodyear welt construction, Vibram outsoles, and nickel lace eyelets.
Timex Weekender Chronograph ($120)
The combination of a black case and dial with the weathered brown Horween leather strap makes this quartz chronograph a rugged companion. The stopwatch function tracks elapsed time in minutes, seconds, and tenths of seconds, up to 30 minutes, and the pull-through leather strap holds the watch secure with a unique button stud.