Thick sweaters, quilted patterns, and waxed jackets — Huckberry traveled to coastal England for inspiration on its latest fashion trends.
Last year, the world fell in love with cold-weather surfing. Between Chris Burkard’s breakout film “Under an Arctic Sky” and seemingly all of Instagram depicting icy shots of Iceland, Scandinavia, and the U.K., something caught on.
The freezing conditions, thick wetsuits, and frozen beards have an appeal. Reveling in the cold is inherently badass. And retailers took note.
Huckberry, the online men’s lifestyle retailer with an adventurous theme, released its fall 2018 catalog this week. It’s very nautical. The retailer highlighted outerwear from U.K. surf brand Finisterre and released exclusives with Relwen, Flint and Tinder, and Proof.
Below, we’ve highlighted some standout products from the catalog. But to see the whole showcase, read the catalog for yourself here.
Fall 2018 Style: Trending Outerwear
Relwen Quilted Tanker: $298
A diamond-quilted shell gives the Relwen Quilted Tanker its distinct look. Throw in accessory pockets, water-resistant fabric, and some insulation, and this jacket’s ready for the storm.
Proof built the Heatseeker Flannel with a soft, thermo-regulating fabric. That means it keeps you comfortable whether you’re hot or cold.
Padouk wood gives the handle on this Opinel No. 8 a dark, rosy color. Pair it with the Sandvik stainless steel blade that locks both open and closed, and you’ve got a blade that cuts as sharp as it looks.
This hat is made with 100 percent merino wool, so you know it’ll feel soft. And for looks, Finisterre weaves the beanie in a traditional fisherman’s rib knit.
Flint and Tinder makes the Ridge Shell with a wear-, tear-, and water-resistant nylon. And it’s manufactured entirely in the USA.
Fit in along the coast and at your morning coffee haunt wearing the Barents Jumper. Based in Cornwall, England, Finisterre knows cold-weather surfing. The Barents Jumper is made with 100 percent extra-fine wool. It has a raised neck and a raw-edge rolled hem.