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7 Skills You Should Have Learned in High School Wood Shop


This post is brought to you by the 2016 GMC Sierra. Through precision, great trucks and great men are made.

Summer Style: How to Dress for an Outdoor Social Event


Summertime means picnics, barbecues, fireworks, boating, and more. Figuring out what to wear to all those events, however, can be a challenge even for the sartorially minded. The comfortable business default of a traditional suit is both too formal and too hot, and the uber-casual look of shorts and a tee just doesn’t look as sharp as other equally lightweight and cool options.

How to Light a Charcoal Grill


Nothing says manly Americana like standing in front of charcoal grill that’s spewing flames like the upturned end of a rocket ship.

Land Navigation Manual: Orienting With a Map & Compass


Welcome back to the Art of Manliness Land Navigation Manual. In Part I, we covered how to properly use a compass, how to shoot your bearings, and the best map for navigating: the topo map.

Podcast #203: The Real Life Most Interesting Man in the World

You’ve probably heard of the “Most Interesting Man in the World.” He’s the popular Dos Equis brand-spokesman who’s lived a life of adventure, has great stories to tell, and feels comfortable rubbing shoulders with the common and rich alike.

Of course he’s a fictional character made up by clever ad executives.

But back in the late 19th century there was a real-life guy who would put “The Most Interesting Man in the World” to shame.

Outfitted & Equipped: Panning for Gold


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Podcast #202: How Bad Do You Want It?

If you’re an endurance athlete, you’ve probably experienced “the Wall” at some point or another.

Podcast #202: How Bad Do You Want It?

If you’re an endurance athlete, you’ve probably experienced “the Wall” at some point or another.

The Weekly Huckberry Giveaway: May 20, 2016


Last week’s winner was Hanson from Colorado Springs, CO, and he chose Brett’s favorite briefcase: the Filson Original.

Courage Vs. Boldness: How to Live With Spartan Bravery


What causes one culture to flourish while another flounders? Why do some civilizations reach great heights only to fall mightily?

Making Introductions: The FAQs


Editor’s Note: This excerpt is from Etiquette for Young Moderns, a book originally published in 1954 and geared towards teens.

How to Tie a Load to the Top of Your Car


From the pioneers who strapped armoires to wagons, to the Great Depression-era farmers who roped pianos to Model Ts, the tradition of loading up your ride with oversized items and cruising across the country is a rich one.

22 Old Weather Proverbs That Are Actually True


When you really think about it, the weather impacts our decisions every single day. What we wear, when we leave for our morning commute, the chores we do, the hobbies we partake in, the family activities we plan.

Podcast #201: Rules for Your Newborn Daughter

If you’re a dad or plan on becoming a dad down the line, you’ve probably got some principles and advice that you want to pass on to your children, so they can grow up to be well-adjusted, useful adults.

Manvotional: A Man’s Religion Is the Chief Fact About Him


From On Heroes and Hero Worship and the Heroic in Society, 1840 By Thomas Carlyle It is well said, in every sense, that a man’s religion is the chief fact with regard to him.

Podcast #200: The Virgin Vote

We’re in the middle of a presidential campaign here in the U.S., and once again commentators, politicians, and reporters are bemoaning the apathy and disengagement of young Americans.

But there was a time in American history when young people were the most passionate participants in American democracy.

The 1960s?

Huckberry Weekly Giveaway: May 12, 2016


My Picks This Week The watches from AVI-8 are inspired by old military planes and the brave gents who flew them.

What the History of the Army’s PT Test Can Teach Every Man About Complacency and Readiness


Both soldiers and civilians alike have always taken an interest in the tests the Army uses to assess physical fitness and readiness for combat.

Strongman Eugen Sandow’s Endorsement of the “Magic Cold Bath”


Editor’s note: I have long been a proponent of the benefits of cold showers, and cold baths are just as good, if not better, as they allow your whole body to be submersed.

How to Put a Dimple in Your Tie


Whether it’s a shiny set of cufflinks, a vibrant pocket square, or a stylish chronograph watch, it’s the little things that make a man a gentleman when he dresses up for work or a special occasion.


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