There’s a lot to be thankful for this year, especially if you’ve been shopping at Huckberry. Inside, Outdoor, formal, casual…they’ve got every part of your wardrobe covered. Now they’re back for the biggest shopping week of the year, packed with works savings on almost everything you could want for the holidays.
You’ll save big on pants, flannels, shoes and everything in between. Plus, you can find something for everyone on your shopping list. I never want to have to fight the crowds on Black Friday, and neither should you.
365 corduroy pants [$58, usually $98]
Corduroy construction for a nice touch of style Made with 2% elastane for stretch and 98% cotton for softness Carefully constructed with an 8oz blended fabric, making it the weight ideal for year-round wear. out of the box Fifth front pocket for safe transport Zipper; pre-shrunk
Wellen padded sweatpants [$58, usually $98]
Cut from soft, washable organic cotton for comfort Washed for a perfectly worn-in feel from day one Lightweight recycled polyester fill for warmth when you need it Elasticated waistband with custom Wellen drawstring Ribbed ankle hem for to a clean look Recycled polyester buttons
Wellen Seawool Bubble Shirt jacket [$122, usually $168]
A cozy quilted overshirt made from Seawool fabric, derived from recycled plastic bottles and oyster shells. Temperature-regulating warmth that will keep you warm, but not hot. Two chest pockets for safe storage EDC kangaroo-style handwarmer pockets keep your fingers toasty when your digits fall off Quick-drying and anti-microbial for cool, comfortable all-day wear Soft to the touch and it feels great when you wear it. Adjustable gussets on the cuffs for a customizable fit that keeps out the cold
Flint and Tinder everyday twill shirt [$70, usually $118]
Super lightweight button down with a beautiful heritage look Perfect for beating the heat in late summer or layering in autumn Made from a soft blend of cotton and recycled polyester Temperature regulating construction, quick drying and odor resistant Collar classic button Chest single pocket to hang on your shades
Flint and Tinder double gauze shirt [$73, usually $98]
Ventilated button-up shirt built to be the king of transition temperatures Made of double gauze, a lightweight fabric constructed with two thin layers of cotton Super soft construction that moves with you, you’ll hardly notice it’s there. The elbow patch on the sleeve gives it extra durability Dyed piece for a vivid first day look. Double chest pockets with button flap closure Button collar adds to the classic silhouette
Astor Lobbyflex moccasin [$139, usually $215]
The moccasin style favored by men of leisure around the world Thick, full-grain calf leather with a smooth, soft interior and a rough nap on the outside Memory foam insole lined with leather soft calf for underfoot comfort Short metal shank adds stability without compromising flexibility Eco-friendly leather production methods Traditional leather sole for authentic style and wearability Handcrafted in northern Italy by the same family for six generations
US Rubber Co. Colchesters Sneaker Footwear [$60, usually $120]
A faithful recreation of one of the first basketball sneakers invented in 1892 and popularized in the 1920s. Uppers made of durable canvas that can be washed and wear out over time. Heritage details such as metal eyelets and US Rubber Co. branding. Look Sole designed with the company’s original vulcanization method for lightweight flexibility Produced without any animal products, qualifying it as vegan.
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