September Picks on Huckberry

Every month we are updating a custom, curated Indoek Shop on Huckberry.com. As summer is winding down and fall is beginning to fill the air, we have assembled a collection of products for staying outside as much as possible and cool, lazy afternoons.

Every month we are updating a custom, curated Indoek Shop on Huckberry.com. As summer is winding down and fall is beginning to fill the air, we have assembled a collection of products for staying outside as much as possible and cool, lazy afternoons.

There’s nothing that drains energy and boils tempers like an overheated home or office. Whether a breeze or gale is in order, the Otto fan is up to the task. With its height-adjustable feet, rest assured that the ideal angle and positioning is always within reach. Plus, with its fetching bamboo frame that’s both ergonomic and ecologically sustainable, the Otto fan from Stadler Form is the perfect accent to any work or leisure space.

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Poler makes gear for people who don’t care so much about first ascents on alpine peaks, and instead opt for having fun and celebrating adventures that are awesome in their own way. The Rucksack is a classic old school design – complete with side pouches that double as internal organizers or dopp kits – that looks as good now as it did 30 years ago.

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Simple, lightweight drawstring lunch sack that packs into a small flat square after your meal. The lightweight cotton top comes in a variety of colors and folds into the cotton canvas base for easy packing. Fold like an envelope and close with leather tab and button to store after your meal.

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The two sides of Bob Dylan: Electric and Acoustic. Bob Dylan’s fifth album, ‘Bringing it Back Home’ features the backing of an electric rock and roll band on one side, and Bob Dylan’s more traditional acoustic sound on the other. Though controversial in its time, it is now widely considered one of the greatest rock albums of all time.

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100% Wildcrafted and organic liquid soap that smells just like taking a hike through the cascades. Juniper Ridge’s first introduction into liquid soap features scents from real plants and tree boughs, extracted in house using pre-industrial perfume techniques – juice presses, converted whiskey stills, and copper pipes.

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The Venice issue is 84 pages of unique editorial content that features interviews with Dogtown legend Skip Engblom, Venice-born pro surfer Rick Massie, Chad Marshall of Mollusk Surf Shop, Surfing Cowboys, Lone Wolfs, and Deus Ex Machina, among others. Inside you’ll also find some beautiful photo essays from the likes of Kenny Hurtado, David Black, Peter Karnig, Kassia Meador and illustrations by Ty Williams.

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The U-Turn Orbit Plus turntable is a killer value. By focussing on the warm and detailed sound and avoiding unnecessary features that only exist to pump up the sales brochure, you get a high-performance sound for a price that leaves you enough cash to keep building your record collection. Each turntable is also assembled by hand in Massachusetts with primarily American components to ensure the highest quality sound.

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Antler Bottle opener by Julia Szendrei, made in the USA from naturally shed Elk antlers.

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Matt Titone

A goofy-footed graphic designer who hails from the first state, Delaware. After attending Flagler College in St. Augustine, FL then graduating from SCAD in Savannah, GA with a BFA in Graphic Design and Illustration, Matt moved to NYC and found work as a freelance designer and art director. In 2006 he moved west to Venice, CA where he co-founded ITAL/C Studio, constantly seeks left hand point breaks, and tries very hard to avoid crowds & traffic.

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