The Eliminator – Five from Huckberry
Here’s how this works: Each day we’ll eliminate an item until only one remains. Vote for the item you’d LEAST like to own at the bottom of the page. The item with the most votes gets ejected at the end of the day. The item that remains at the end of this battle royal will be won by one of you with an enter to win post firing off on Friday.
About Huckberry: It’s not easy to stand out in the world of flash sale websites, but Huckberry does it. With an emphasis on the outdoors and active lifestyle gear, they nail the upscale-rugged thing. Also, their sales are often filled with made in the USA goods. All of these items are currently available, or have been available through Huckberry at some point. May the best item win!
Tough as nails American made denim. White Oak blue line raw selvage that’s cut and sewn in San Francisco. Even the leather patch is from Portland’s Tanner Goods. Available in Slim Straight or Straight Leg fits, and 12.5 oz or ultra-substantial 16.5 oz. Order a size down and let the jeans conform to your body over time. Find out more about Tellason here.
Nisolo Chavito Suede Chukka – $124.00
Born from a micro-finance organization, Nisolo shoes are handcrafted in Peru by a small group of shoemakers. This small brand is sustaining over 30 jobs in Peru, and over the last year and a half they’ve “increased income levels of our artisans by up to 500%“. The Chavito has a lighter-tan suede upper, is lined in sheepskin, and has a rubber outsole. With more eyelets than a desert boot, it laces up securely to your foot. One of ten models in their men’s collection. Great looks, good conscience.
Jacob Bromwell Great American Copper Flask – $199.99
Pegs the needle on the “this is something” scale. A work of art with a 9 oz capacity. Hand made in the USA from pure copper. Comes with an authentic birch wood stopper, as well as a leak-free cork stopper (y’know, in case you take it for a jog?). Constructed with historically accurate techniques yet still corrosion resistant and FDA approved. Made to be used.
Tapered through the waist, high armholes, made in the USA. Casual shirts that don’t punt on a more precise fit, thanks to their half sizing system (small, small+, medium, medium+, etc). Pleated on the back so they move with instead of against you. Nicely sized collars that won’t pull a disappearing act under a sportcoat or blazer.
100% cotton twill exterior and moccasin leather handles and straps. Not a hard sided duffle, so you can smash it into an overhead bin or cram it into an overcrowded trunk if need be. On the smaller side with dimensions of 18″ x 8″ x 7″. Nickel hardware. Made in New England. $174.98 is the Huckberry Price. Retail for this thing in the Palmer Trading Company New York shop is $190.
Here comes the tough part. Pick the item that you’d LEAST like to win and vote below to have it eliminated. One item gets cut every day. The item that’s left at the end of the week will be up for grabs and you’ll be able to enter to win on Friday. Make your case for what needs to stay in the comments. Voting closes at 11:59pm ET.
Which Huckberry item should be ELIMINATED?
- The Tellason Selvage Jeans (23%, 526 Votes)
- The Lumina Shirts (42%, 960 Votes)
- The Palmer Trading Company Duffle (35%, 824 Votes)
Total Voters: 2,308