One can find many things at an Army Surplus store: camping gear, cheap boots, random silverware. But the real treasure lies in the clothing. Military clothing offers a look at American fashion at a diagonal: combining utility with the toned-down casual style of mid-century masculinity. It’s always on trend and, even without trying, effortlessly cool. Huckberry seems to agree as you can see in their latest line with Flint & Tinder: the Fatigue Collection. Utilizing Wooden Sleeper’s Brian Davis’ know-how of vintage menswear, they compiled a collection of camo-print gold with jackets, pants, and shorts in earthy tones that will never go out of style. Shorts start at $78 and prices increase for pants ($98) and jackets ($148).