A seriously warm, rugged layer for your next winter adventure.
Just when you thought it was going to get a bit tougher to stay warm in style this winter, well, we’re back with another seasonally friendly edition of The List. And we’re kicking it off in a big way with the very pick shown above — the Flint and Tinder Expedition Shirt Jacket, the latest and greatest from the American-made menswear pioneers at F & T (and Huckberry). This is but one essential you need as you plan for how to dress for the polar vortex. It’ll serve as a welcome complement to the rest of the winter style essentials on this list … which you’re going to find out about if you keep scrolling, from the best men’s jeans to your new favorite winter coat. We’ll start it right now with three winter layering picks you need now, and we’ll go from there. Happy shopping, folks.
Flint and Tinder Expedition Shirt Jacket — $178
A rugged, tough shirt jacket that’ll provide non-stop warmth and comfort.
Leave it to Flint and Tinder to come up with one of the best men’s shirt jackets — a unique combination of remarkably durable 15.8-oz. double-layer flannel and wool for maximum warmth. It’s perfect to wear with your favorite henley, and it’s certainly among the best gear to wear on a cold morning.
Mott and Bow French Terry Sweatshirt — $89
A classic crewneck to wear with your favorite men’s jeans.
Meet the second of three must-have winter layers we’re featuring to kick off this piece — believe me, there’s plenty more, but these three picks just stood out right away. Crucially, the makers of your favorite denim are now crafting a classic crewneck sweatshirt, one that works at the office and on the weekend.
Western Rise AirLoft Quilted Jacket — $228
Tough, versatile & easy to layer — all critical for winter layering.
Yes, it’s true — your winter outerwear rotation needs a tough quilted jacket as much as it needs one of the best men’s shirt jackets, and this rugged Western Rise jacket is the right purchase to make now — the 4-way stretch insulation makes it one of the warmest winter jackets you can slip on right now.
Faherty Brand Stretch Canvas Trousers — $148
Durable, stylish trousers for any day of the week.
OK, so we just finished talking about gear like a tough quilted jacket, a classic crewneck sweatshirt and one of the best men’s shirt jackets — but what are you going to wear with each of those pieces? Meet some of the best men’s trousers for your hard-earned dollars, the Faherty Brand Stretch Canvas Trousers. Well-made, durable and versatile to wear to work or a whiskey distillery.
Duke Cannon Big Bourbon Beard Oil — $30
The best beard oil your money can buy — no doubt about it.
The folks at Duke Cannon won’t stop until they’ve crafted a full arsenal of the best beard products on the planet — including the highly functional Duke Cannon Big Bourbon Beard Oil, some of the best stuff to tame your mane & liven up your beard and skin this winter.
Bespoke Post Point Box — $45 (When Signing Up for Bespoke Post)
The sleek picks to round out your EDC this winter.
What do all of the above men’s style essentials have in common? Well, they all work particularly well as you dress for winter adventures — especially the Bespoke Post Point Box, packed with all the best everyday carry essentials you could want … and it’s only $45.
Flint and Tinder Full-Grain Leather Dopp Kit — $68
A rugged-yet-refined leather dopp kit from Flint and Tinder.
Speaking of everyday carry essentials, well, if you travel a lot, you surely need one of the best dopp kits for men — and luckily, the folks at Flint and Tinder are now making one of those, too. This stylish leather dopp kit is durable, refined and ready to handle your grooming essentials.
Todd Snyder Sherpa Overshirt (Huckberry Exclusive) — $248
Another overshirt in this week’s edition of The List, all the better to layer up this winter.
Now, you might notice that some of the gear picks on this list are a bit, well pricey. And the same can be said for this rugged sherpa overshirt from America’s foremost menswear designer, Todd Snyder. That being said, the Sherpa Overshirt is a one-of-a-kind item stocked by Huckberry, so you’d do well to pick it up.
Nicks Boots Americana Boots — $529
Step out in style with the best leather boots — they’re tough to top.
Before you can get out on an adventure with your everyday carry essentials (and perhaps the Faherty Brand Stretch Canvas Trousers), you’re going to need to be wearing the right pair of boots. In this instance, you won’t find a tougher pair of leather boots than the remarkable Nicks Boots Americana Boots. Too perfect for winter.
Fjallraven Lappland Merino Henley — $150
A durable, performance-minded henley from Fjallraven.
OK, you’ve got one of the best men’s shirt jackets for winter – what’s your base layer? Answer: It’s the rugged, layering-friendly Fjallraven Lappland Merino Henley, made with merino wool to wick away moisture while providing cozy comfort. It’s your new favorite henley, it’s from Fjallraven … you need it now.
Flint and Tinder Wayfarer Wool Blazer — $298
Say hello to your new favorite blazer.
Yes, folks … they did it. Flint and Tinder made a blazer. Not just any blazer … the Flint and Tinder Wayfarer Wool Blazer could easily be one of the best winter blazers you’ll throw on this year, what with its wool-blend construction and tailored fit.
Howler Brothers ATX Work Pants — $99
These tough work pants are a reliable winter snowpant substitute.
Astorflex Dukeflex Boots — $155
Lace up these handsome, versatile suede boots for any occasion.
Armitron Brown Leather Watch — $45
Surprisingly stylish and effective for the price — well-done, Armitron.
To counteract some of the more investment-level pieces on this list, throw on the best casual watch at an affordable — very affordable — price. It’s the perfect complement to laidback gear like a tough quilted jacket
and some of the best men’s trousers
Whiskey Peaks Half-Dome Beer Glasses — $30
Cheers to the season — these are some of the best, coolest beer glasses for your favorite beverage.
Corridor NYC Unity Plaid Shirt — $111.98
You won’t be able to stop wearing this rugged flannel shirt.