The List: Upgrade Your Winter Wardobe with these Men’s Gear Picks

Can you believe we’re powering through January already? And can you believe it’s time for yet another edition of The List? As we transition and upgrade your wardrobes, I hope you’re finding these picks for winter style essentials handy — and I hope you like today’s version just as well. From a rugged Western shirt from our pals at Taylor Stitch to an investment-level Shinola watch and a handy travel dopp kit set, I guarantee there’s something for everyone here. Or at least, something to add to your #menswear wish list. Who’s ready to get started?

Shinola Guardian Watch (Grey Dial) — $675
A crisply designed watch from a brand that’s a Style Guide favorite.
Don’t have a Shinola watch in your rotation? Neither do I, but a guy can dream. The Guardian Watch is striking, classic and worthy of a bit of your hard-earned cash.
Fulton & Roark Dopp Kit Gift Set — $99
All the grooming essentials that you — or some other stylish guy — might need.
Want all your grooming essentials in one place? Want a way to keep track of ’em? Better yet, want a set that’s as gift-ready for someone else as it is for you? The Fulton & Roark Dopp Kit Gift Set is the way to go.
Taylor Stitch The Western Shirt in Upcycled Chambray — $118
A sustainably made denim shirt, yet another product done right from Taylor Stitch.

Taylor Stitch makes some of the best casual men’s shirts out there — I’m sure of that. If you’re unsure, try out the sustainable and stylish Upcycled Chambray Denim Shirt. Bingo.

Fishpond Thunderhead Submersible Duffel — $299.95
The toughest-looking bag in your rotation — if you pick it up today, that is.
Want a bag that, quite simply, doesn’t mess around at all? Like, at all? The ridiculously durable, tough-looking Fishpond Thunderhead Submersible Duffel is the bag all your outdoor pursuits need now.
Oak Street Bootmakers Natural Vibram Sole Camp Boots — $354
As dependable and reliable a pair of winter boots as you’re apt to find this season.
USA-made boots with classic moc toe construction and a unique Vibram sole for added traction? That sounds like the perfect pair of winter boots to me — Oak Street Bootmakers nearly cornered the market here.
Taylor Stitch Wool Explorer’s Shirt — $148
Another dependable-as-heck piece of menswear from Taylor Stitch (and Huckberry!).
When Huckberry teams up with Taylor Stitch — as they’ve done on the durably crafted Wool Explorer’s Shirt — the results are bound to be excellent, not to mention more than worthy of The List.

Grayers Edgeware Coated Cotton Moto Jacket — $195

A surprisingly durable jacket that’s more than ready for winter weather.
Don’t sleep on the Edgeware Coated Cotton Moto Jacket just because it’s not a heavy winter parka — the sleek, stylish Edgeware Moto Jacket is perfect for winter layering when done right (say, with a classic men’s henley?).
Sir Jack’s Pewter Trench Flask and Funnel — $79
A sturdy flask that’s perfect for slipping in your pocket on winter weekend adventures.
What better way to indulge in your favorite spirit than with a neat flask made exclusively for Bespoke Post by Sir Jack’s? Simply put, none better.
MAAPILIM Beard Softener — $27
Your key to getting the beard you want this season.
Keep your beard soft and lookin’ mighty fine this winter with the handy-to-have MAAPILIM Beard Softener — a small step to add to your grooming routine.
Life/After/Denim Mohave Shirt — $188
A cool, richly colored shirt that’ll stand out subtly this winter.
From interesting fabrics to cool patterns and durable construction, Life/After/Denim nearly always gets it right — that’s the case with the Life/After/Denim Mohave Shirt, certainly.
Well, my friends … we’ve just wrapped up another edition of The List here. What’s newly added to your men’s style essentials for the season ahead? I’m going to recommend the Wool Explorer’s Shirt from Taylor Stitch. Let me know your own picks in the comments below — stay stylish!
-Beau
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