You have to look far and wide to really find a good (and comprehensive) men’s retailer that not only features a great clothing selection, but also other categories including footwear, grooming, home decor, everyday carry, and more.
But if there is any company that comes close at delivering this amazing experience of quality products, it’s without a doubt going to be Huckberry.
In today’s article I wanted to do a bit of a review on Huckberry and tell you about all the stuff that they have to offer for the sophisticated men out there that don’t mind spending a little extra to look their best.
Now a quick note of full disclosure, I am not being paid directly by Huckberry to write this post.
It’s not a sponsored post.
In fact, this is just a post that I wanted to write as I know so many men in their mid 30s like myself have a hard time trying to find a damn decent online retailer to get some clothes from.
Seriously, some of the large online retailers are great and all, but after scrolling through 8 pages of undershirts for men the selection can be a bit overwhelming and take away from more important things in life!
Review of Huckberry’s Product Selection
As we eluded to earlier, the selection at Huckberry’s is truly amazing.
It’s almost like an Urban Outfitters for men who have finally matured.
As you can see in their Bath & Grooming section, instead of finding cheesy shower curtains or other things geared for apartment living, Huckberry’s selection is actually pretty decent:
But beyond just grooming gear, they offer a pretty wide selection including the following:
- Casual Shoes
- Dress Shoes
- Everyday Carry
- Pocket Tools
- Bed Room
- Living Room
- Bath & Grooming
Private Labels Mixed With Name Labels
Now when you do visit the site, you will notice that there are familiar and prestigious brands likes Chippewa, Red Wing, Wolverine, and many more, but you will also see a smattering of brands that you might not already be familiar with.
As is common with many large retailers, private labels may be shown alongside the bigger brand names, and in this case Huckberry is no different.
From our understanding the only brand that is owned by Huckberry is Flint and Tinder, which they acquired in 2016 per this support article.
Other brands like Astorflex and Taylor Stitch are smaller boutique labels that are stocked within the Huckberry store.
Huckberry Store Locations
Now some of us men are a bit resistant to new tech, I get it.
I for one sometimes want to go to a store and pick from a rack and try on a few things and buy what I like.
But while that convenience was once pretty standard at the beginning of the decade its quickly starting to fade.
If you want to visit your local Huckberry store, you will be going in circles, and that’s because they don’t have any physical storefronts.
Therefore, everything must be shopped for online.
While great for convenience, it can be a bit tough to find your right size (especially if you are between sizes when holidays roll around)!
While it’s no Amazon Prime, Huckberry does offer free shipping…
…the catch is that the orders must be at least $98 (at time of publication, it may change based on current promotions).
But if you plan accordingly, paying for some quality Chippewa boots and a comfortable hoodie can quickly put you over that limit in no time!
Return Policy of Huckberry
Now inevitably the next question that will come to mind is the Huckberry return policy.
Like Zappos and other great online retailers, Huckberry offers completely free returns within 30 days of the delivery date as stated clearly in their return policy.
There are a few caveats to their return policy in that swimwear, underwear, socks, grooming products, and other stuff you might not want to share with another dude who decided to return it (who wants to share a stick of deodorant after all?) are excluded.
Point being is that if you want to order a few extra clothes, you can try them on and return them with no hassle – not bad in our book.
Huckberry Promo Code: Yay or Nay?
As a current subscriber to their email list, we can say that promos do come out, just not as regularly as we might like them too!
From a quick scan of our inbox, most of the deals will be announced around large holidays and events (i.e. Black Friday, Christmas, etc.).
Very rarely did we see a one-off promo code that could be applied to the items in their store.
But, like any major retailer, they do have a pretty sizeable ‘Sale’ section that will house last season’s wares.
But unlike most retailers, the stuff on display within their Sale section is actually pretty decent.
Currently they have a Winter Sale going on that has some great work pants and jackets up for a pretty sizable discount.
A Few Unfiltered and Unbiased Huckberry Reviews From Reddit
For better or worse, Reddit is a platform to really get some good insight on a company or website.
A few quick searches of Huckberry reviews on Reddit provided us with positive reviews (we really tried to find negative ones but couldn’t!).
Here’s a quick listing:
Get To Know Huckberry A Bit More
The nice part about shopping at small online boutiques is not only are you helping a small business, but you also get to appreciate their personality.
If you have a few minutes while you are browsing the Huckberry store, head over to their blog and read this post from their founders Andy & Rich.
It’s an inspiring tale on how Huckberry came to be and the humble roots that they came from.
You won’t see a multi-million dollar venture capital startup, no, you see two guys doing the hustle and ultimately growing a brand into what it is today.
So, check out Huckberry when you have a minute, you will be surprised to find a men’s shop that finally gets it.