Stop the presses, everyone: I think I’ve just found your new favorite jacket for spring, and I’ve got some even better news. It’s coming your way from the good folks at Flint and Tinder, the much-loved in-house brand at Huckberry perhaps best known for making everything from a USA-made Oxford shirt to one of the best waxed jackets on the market. Take those same design principles: Rugged good looks, durable design, classic styling potential and wrap ’em all up into one perfect spring jacket, and that’s what we’re dealing with when it comes to the Flint and Tinder Fatigue Jacket. It’s a crucial part of the just-launched, aptly named Flint and Tinder Fatigue Collection, which blends the toughness of old-school military garb with the versatility that today’s modern man needs. It’s one of the best men’s jackets for spring, the kind of casual, go-anywhere staple you’re never going to tire of wearing.
To hear Huckberry tell it, the Flint and Tinder Fatigue Collection has been a long time coming, drawing inspiration from the sort of treasure trove finds you unearth at Army-Navy surplus stores or vintage stores in equal measure. There’s no doubt that prized pieces like the Flint and Tinder Fatigue Jacket blend both a historical feel and modern-day wearability with ease — how’s that for one of the best men’s spring jackets, right?
Available in a classic Fatigue Green or an eye-catching Field Camo as shown above, the Flint and Tinder Fatigue Jacket is both perfectly on-trend and yet absolutely timeless. The shirt jacket design of the hard-wearing, 99 percent cotton-1 percent spandex Flint and Tinder Fatigue Jacket works well with just about anything else in your spring wardrobe, be it a classic pocket T-shirt, a durable henley or an Oxford shirt. The shirt jacket design offers up space for EDC essentials (note the two chest pockets), while the fit on the Flint and Tinder Fatigue Jacket should prove easy to layer without restricting your movement if you wear it atop another buttondown shirt.
Plus, side hand pockets amp up the wearability (and storage space!) of the Flint and Tinder Fatigue Jacket even further — as if this rugged shirt jacket could get any better. The breezy stretch cotton design is also a winner for the early days of spring, when you need a lightweight layer that’s not too bulky. The Flint and Tinder Fatigue Jacket is also packable in your favorite leather bag for weekend getaways, but those crucial pockets make it a highly useful jacket to wear during day-to-night travel. At just a shade under $150, the Flint and Tinder Fatigue Jacket is subtly stylish and yet packed with useful features — not to mention an air of retro cool — which makes it a worthy choice for your next spring jacket purchase. Layer up accordingly, folks.