October 30, 2023
Outdoors Never Ends: The Late Fall Camping Gift Guide With Huckberry
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My Weekend Camping Go-To Kit | Time To Pack

Whatever the weather, here at Worn & Wound, we know how to pair a watch. While “dress for the weather you want” might be a safer strategy in California, our own Kat Shoulders took a late Fall weekend in the woods with some gear from Huckberry. In the latest Time To Pack, she opened up her go-to go-bag to show our viewers what she brings on a weekend camping trip when the temps start dropping. Paired with the Hamilton Adventure Watch, Kat had the perfect gear to extend the camping season late into Fall (especially with the help of a vehicle).

For the through-hiker who refuses to come in from the cold and the s’mores-loving wanderer who may end up sprawling on the back seat come nightfall, these are the layers, gear, and watches you can trust to weather the unknown unknowns of the outdoors, all year long.

Hamilton Adventure Watch

Hamilton watches go far beyond the wrist, tested on battlefields of both World Wars as well as on exhilarating flights across the frigid tundra of the North Pole and the warmer ocean air on the first flight between California and Hawaii. Huckberry has a collection of Hamilton watches ready to keep your camper honest on their hiking ETDs and how they are tracking against their estimated return time. Hamiltons are available in 42 mm, 40 mm, and 38 mm, meaning there’s a watch for every wrist size. The durable military-style textile straps will keep the timepiece attached through any barrage of outdoor adventure. Check out Huckberry’s full collection of Hamilton Adventure Watches on their shop page.

Huckberry X Mystery Ranch Greenbelt Hybrid Backpack - 30L

The Ranch Greenbelt Hybrid Pack features a modernized wet-to-dry construction perfect for spontaneous adventures from the cubicle to the creek. Finished with a water-resistant coating that protects your tech and external pull cords for storing wet towels and dirty hiking boots, this mobile masterpiece packs in everything you could need for to keep your campsite stocked with entertainment and your day hikes hydrated. Styled with the colors we love, the perfect assortment of pockets and handles galore, this is a bag to count on.

Patagonia Nano Puff Jacket

Patagonia’s Nano Puff Down Quilted Men’s Jacket boasts an impressive warmth-to-weight ratio, and it doesn’t flinch in the face of weather—wind, rain, or snow. Its PFC-free finish repels water, and you can adjust the drop-tail hem for added protection against the elements. To pack away for easy access, roll this self-sufficient jacket into its own chest pocket and use the internal loop to attach it to anything that has a carabiner connection point.

Blundstone Boots

Blundstones got their start on Tasmania, as hardcore work boots for ranchers and Australian tradesmen. While they can fit fine in an office setting, put on a pair of Blundstone Chelsea boots, and you instantly get the appeal of the outdoors. They’re comfortable and lightweight as a sneaker—with a weather-resistant leather upper that’s as tough as armor when you’re charging through the muck on a late Fall trail. Any time of year, any situation—your pair of Blundstone Chelsea boots will be in the running.

Goal Zero Lighthouse 600 - Portable Lantern

With over a decade building solar and portable power devices, the people at Goal Zero think a lot about what to do when the power goes out—or when you’re really far from an outlet. With an impressive 600 lumens, the Lighthouse 600 will keep things bright and clear on camping trips, nights by the fire pit, or in an unexpected blackout. The built-in USB port will charge your phone in a pinch and the hand cranks can get things going if you ever find your lantern out of juice.

Proof 72-Hour Merino Henley

Meet the only shirt you need to pack for your next trip—the soft merino henley you can wear for 72+ hours straight without any sign of stink. The handsome henley style is more put together than your average t-shirt but never stuffy, so you’ll look good and feel good no matter where you’re headed. We’ve put 72-Hour shirts to the test around the world—in Iceland, Mexico City, overlanding in Utah, and more—and they’ve passed the “sniff test” every damn time. They’re UPF rated, machine washable, moisture-wicking, and thermo-regulating, which basically means, they’ve earned their spot as a go-to on all our one-bag travel trips.

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October 30, 2023