The casual. well-made zip hoodie you need for a winter weekend — beer not included.
By now, maybe you’ve grown sick of dealing with winter weather and dressing for the polar vortex — I know I have. That being said, you still need winter style essentials that take care of business, pieces that blend the casual with a new sense of refinement. Pieces not unlike the Flint and Tinder Zip Hoodie, a ridiculously well-made hoodie that’s surprisingly stylish. It’s perhaps the best hoodie to buy now, and we’re going to tell you just why you need it (plus other critical men’s gear picks) in today’s edition of The List. Feel free to let me know what you think on Twitter!
Flint and Tinder 10-Year Hoodie — $98
Very nearly the best hooded sweatshirt on the market, with the chops to back it up.
If you follow the blog, you assuredly know that Flint and Tinder is no ordinary brand — and the Flint and Tinder 10-Year Hoodie is no ordinary hoodie, with a reputation for durability and quality that precedes it. Wear the Flint and Tinder 10-Year Hoodie underneath a rugged denim jacket and slim tan chinos, or keep it around to layer up with a versatile jacket like the Flint and Tinder Rain Shell. Again, it’s a hoodie that’s actually styish — color us surprised there, but it could be just the layering piece you need to reinvigorate your winter wardrobe.
SHOP: The Flint and Tinder 10-Year Hoodie
Muck Boots Foreman Waterproof Boots — $175
The rugged, warm boots you need for the rest of winter.
Look, it’s horribly, terribly cold and snowy outside. You need some of the best men’s winter boots, even if we’re nearing the end of February. And these rugged waterproof boots fit the bill quite nicely.
Portuguese Flannel Teca Flannel Shirt — $115
A versatile flannel shirt that’s cozy and comfortable.
Looking for a relatively affordable flannel shirt made with style and durability in mind? This stylish flannel shirt is just what the doctor ordered.
Bespoke Post Frontier Box — $45 (When Signing up for Bespoke Post)
The right gear for whatever winter throws your way.
OK, here’s the deal: When you sign up for Bespoke Post, you get access every single month to curated men’s style essentials — kind of like the Bespoke Post Frontier Box, perfect for winter adventures.
Taylor Stitch Long Haul Jacket in Tobacco Waxed Canvas — $188
The details make all the difference when it comes to this exceptional Taylor Stitch jacket.
There’s a very good chance that by the time you’re reading this, the exceptionally stylish Long Haul Jacket from Taylor Stitch (in a new, rich Tobacco Waxed Canvas) might be sold out. If you do have the chance to buy one still? Go for it — ASAP.
Upstate Eco Heather Flannel Sheet Set — $156
The right flannel sheets to upgrade your bedroom for winter.
It’s hard shopping for bedding for most of us guys — but luckily, Upstate is here with the best flannel sheets to buy now. They’re masculine, rugged & stylish, yet versatile — the perfect complement to the rest of your bedroom or apartment, most likely.
Levi’s 501 Jeans in STF Dark Rinse — $69.50
Classic men’s jeans from a classic brand, done in a clean dark rinse.
As to what you’re going to wear to complement something like the Long Haul Jacket from Taylor Stitch, well … might as well make it a pair of the best men’s denim, right?
Proof Reversible Shirt Jacket — $138
A tough, warm shirt jacket to make the last few weeks of winter bearable.
Speaking of gear for winter adventures, well … this durable shirt jacket (available in other colors besides the blue seen above) gives you the versatility of two stylish shirt jackets in one handy, easily packable silhouette.
Fellow Stagg EKG+ Electric Kettle — $199
The best way to get the best cup of coffee, no doubt about it.
Use this kettle to bring your water to absolutely the precise temperature for the perfect cup of coffee or tea — a must-have on chilly winter weekend mornings.
1767 Designs Donoho Reclaimed Wood Wall Hanging — $290
A seriously unique way to amp up your wall art.
OK, so we’ve talked about the perfect cup of coffee and also the best flannel sheets, so why not keep the home-centric goods rolling with this investment-level piece of reclaimed wood art from Donoho?
That’s going to close out this winter-friendly edition of The List. What’s on your shopping list now? I’m a big fan of the functionality and rugged style of the best men’s winter boots we featured in today’s post — those would be the Muck Boots Foreman Waterproof Boots, of course. Stay warm and stay stylish out there!