When opportunity comes knocking — as in, the chance to shop some of the best winter menswear on sale from one of your favorite retailers — it’s best to answer the door, so to speak, right? And with the fast-moving Taylor Stitch Cold Weather Clearout, you’ve got a better chance than ever to upgrade your winter style essentials at low, low prices. What’s the scoop? Well, through just today only, you can take an additional 25 percent off the Taylor Stitch Last Call section, an unbelievable opportunity to score even deeper discounts on your favorite menswear essentials.
It’s the kind of deal that doesn’t come around too often, so prepare and shop accordingly if you want to layer up with rugged Taylor Stitch gear the rest of winter. The Taylor Stitch Last Callsection boasts classic must-haves like the Taylor Stitch Fisherman Sweater at a whopping 48 percent off, not to mention investment-level pieces like the burly, super-warm Taylor Stitch Bunker Jacket, also priced at 48 percent off. Again, the selection within the Taylor Stitch Last Callsection is moving fast, and this sale is only sticking around through today: I’ll leave you to shop early and often on this fine winter Sunday. Good luck out there, my friends!
The search for one of the best winter jackets to wear as you fight the cold just got a little quicker and easier, if you ask me. That’s because the Filson Lightweight Down Jac-Shirt has just hit shelves at the revered heritage outfitter, and it’s here just in the nick of time to change up all of your rugged winter layering. It’s one of the best winter jackets for men for a myriad number of reasons, a veritable laundry list of positive attributes that only a brand like Filson — with a century’s worth of high-quality gear production — can bring to the table. It takes both your favorite puffer jacket and your favorite flannel shirt and blends them together in a way that’s performance-minded, up for anything and as reliable as it gets for winter weather.
And it’s not hyperbole when it comes to the Filson Lightweight Down Jac-Shirt, either. The water-resistant 2oz. nylon (yes, only 2 ounces) is super-lightweight, yet treated to resist water, so rain, sleet and snow don’t stand a chance. Responsibly sourced and traced goose down gives the Filson Lightweight Down Jac-Shirt a ton of warm (yet still lightweight!) insulation, and this rugged shirt jacket should offer up a classic fit that’s easy to layer over one of Filson’s flannel shirts or another extremely warm piece, one of the best henleys for men from Filson. It’s like getting multiple jackets in one, since you can wear it over a flannel shirt and a thermal, or you can ditch the flannel and replace it with a crewneck sweater for even more winter warmth.
The Filson Lightweight Down Jac-Shirt also looks surprisingly cool and stylish, thanks to the contrasting snap-front closure hardware and richly crafted colors like Dark Tan. Think of it like a more casual replacement for your puffer jacket, then feel free to wear it with slim dark blue jeans and rugged leather boots for casual style scenarios. Of course, the Filson Lightweight Down Jac-Shirt can also handle plenty of rough-and-tumble work when the going gets tough. For $250 at Filson, it’s a downright steal and one of the best men’s winter jackets to shop now. Here’s to the season ahead, my friends.
When bone-chilling winter cold hits, where do you go? You go to your favorite brands, companies you can trust when it comes time to get out and about, in spite of inclement weather. Hopefully, you’re also turning to Filson, the century-plus-old heritage outfitter based in the Pacific Northwest and famous for outfitting explorers everywhere. While your own pursuits these days are likely a bit different than old-time prospectors, there’s no denying the next-level warmth and utility of the Filson Double Mackinaw Cruiser, one of the best men’s jackets and a remarkably solid update to the tried-and-true Filson Mackinaw Wool Cruiser Jacket. You’ll find the latest and greatest update to a classic in the never-not-well-stocked Filson New Arrivals section, a perfect place to go as you look to outfit yourself with the best winter menswear. The brand, helpfully, already makes one of the best men’s henleys, not to mention one of the best flannel shirts, so consider this icing on the cake.
That jacket is a personal favorite of mine, with style points aplenty and the kind of warmth and comfort you’ll only find from a brand that builds its gear for the most extreme conditions possible. What sets the Filson Double Mackinaw Cruiser apart from other winter jackets? Well, it helps that Filson has a ton of experience when it comes to crafting menswear and gear for inclement weather. In this instance, that means the Filson Double Mackinaw Cruiser uses 100 percent virgin wool in two layers, all the better to keep you toasty in the falling snow.
As you might expect, the Filson Double Mackinaw Cruiser is packed with the customary bells and whistles from a brand that just knows how to get the job done (they’re useful for when you need to get the job done, too). Military-grade melanine buttons ensure long-lasting durability and protection from the elements, while the Filson Double Mackinaw Cruiser has a whopping nine pockets (nine!), all the better to hold your everyday carry gear — naturally, Filson has you covered in that department, too. The brown wool of the Filson Double Mackinaw Cruiser is a seasonally appropriate style touch, one that makes this a rugged jacket to wear with Filson jeans and one of the best men’s henleys, too.
An added layer of wool at the shoulders also makes the Filson Double Mackinaw Cruiser a burly and extremely warm jacket, no matter how cold it gets out there. A word to the wise: You very well might want to size down if you seek a more snug fit, but the Filson Double Mackinaw Cruiser is also well-suited for layering (check out Filson men’s sweaters if you really want to go all-in on rugged, comfortable, dependable winter style). One last note on the Filson Double Mackinaw Cruiser — it’s a jacket meant to be invested in (it retails for $650, after all), but it’s going to last and last for seasons on end. If that sounds ideal to you — and it should! — then consider making the Filson Double Mackinaw Cruiser your new favorite winter jacket.
A seriously cool, tough denim jacket to wear the rest of winter.
The Everlane Fleece-Lined Denim Trucker Jacket is every bit as well-constructed as your standard issue denim jacket, featuring a rich blue 100 percent organic cotton exterior and classic trucker jacket styling. Contrast stitching and hardware make this jacket decidedly more casual than, say, an all-black denim jacket, but that’s not a bad thing. The warm fleece lining also means you can wear it as your sole outer layer, whereas an unlined indigo denim jacket might work more as a mid-layer (again, perhaps underneath your classic navy peacoat).
A cozy, rugged jacket you’ll want to wear all winter long.
Bundling up can definitely be done in style, my friends, especially with one of the best sustainable brands on the market. Striking the right balance between cozy and comfortable, rugged-yet-stylish, and also sustainable-yet-fashionable … well, it’s a tough act to conquer. And yet, that’s what the good folks at Outerknown have done with the Outerknown Paz Cord Trucker, a perfectly rugged winter jacket that delivers all the warmth and style you could possibly need. Crucially, it’s also a refreshing change of pace from a bulky winter parka or a thermal puffer jacket (although you very well might need both of those in your rotation, too). The Outerknown Paz Cord Trucker is an ideal jacket when you want to toe the line between office-ready (as a commute-friendly layer atop a crisp Oxford shirt and navy knit tie) or outdoor-minded (worn with tough chore pants to truly take on the elements). It’s the kind of workhorse jacket you won’t regret having when it comes time to head out on a Friday night — the classic trucker jacket silhouette is timeless and nearly speaks for itself. Yes indeed, the Outerknown Paz Cord Trucker is stylish without going too far over the top, and that’s exactly the kind of jacket we so love here at The Style Guide. Oh, and in terms of sustainable style? Outerknown continues to take the cake.
Outerknown crucially focuses on amping up the classics with materials like organic cotton and a focus on using less water in its production — the result is gear that’s as eco-conscious as it is stylish. Case in point: The hemp they’ve used to make this corduroy fabric is both durable and yet perhaps the perfect crop, given that it strengthens the soil in which it’s grown. Heck, the polyester fill and sherpa lining are also made from recycled materials — when’s the last time you heard of a rugged winter jacket that can do all of that at once? Oh, and it goes without saying that the Outerknown Paz Cord Trucker also looks as great as you’d expect — wear this tough trucker jacket atop your favorite henley and a classic flannel shirt for plenty of warmth and winter-friendly style, or keep the Outerknown Paz Cord Trucker handy with a timeless chambray shirt and expertly faded denim. The trucker jacket styling is akin to that of a trusted denim jacket, so you can rest assured that it wears with most of your closet with relative ease — and that’s what you want from one of the best winter jackets, after all. Bundling up with sustainable style in mind? That’s as good as it gets for winter.
All the right details make the difference here. Well-done, Buck Mason.
There are, after all, plenty of touches that make this one of the best leather flight jackets you’ll find out there, from the tough full-grain cowhide leather to the removable shearling collar (crucial for providing unparalleled warmth and style). The tough black leather will only get better over time — see, the Buck Mason Sundown Flight Jacket is the kind of jacket your father or grandfather would have worn with pride, and you should feel the same way. The quilted satin lining offers both warmth and comfort (especially when worn with one of your favorite henleys), while the overall look is stylish enough for your commute and then happy hour drinks thereafter. There’s really no place a classic leather jacket isn’t going to look anything but super-sharp and stylish — yes, even in the depths of winter. Think of it as a nice change of pace in your outerwear rotation — and indeed, consider the fact that this rugged leather jacket is as at home on the road as it is at a rock show. How can it get any better than that? Answer: It can’t. Add this jacket to your menswear rotation now.