The List: Bundle Up in Style with this Week’s Top Men’s Gear Picks

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

Flint and Tinder

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)

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!

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#OOTD: The Best Way to Wear a Classic Henley for Winter (And Beyond)

If you keep up with the digital pages of your favorite menswear blog (this one!), then you know that we positively love recommending a stylish henley for many a situation — and this crucial piece of menswear is perhaps no more important than during the winter months. The right henley to buy now can in fact be used as a crucial base layer — particularly the stylish indigo henley from Faherty Brand that forms the foundation of this #OOTD. It’s the perfect piece to complement the other gear picks on display here — taken in total, this is a rugged, causal, warm ensemble that I could see working everywhere from a laidback weekend bar outing to a snowy winter hike. Again, it all starts with a great henley, that classic men’s style staple that started as a sporting shirt and has now evolved into the shirt that every guy needs (arguably). So, why does this entire outfit stand on its own? You’ll see why in just a second, but know that we’re teaming up our rugged henley with a classic flannel shirt, durable work pants and a pair of the¬†best men’s boots for winter. It’s all topped off with —¬†naturally — a seriously warm sherpa trucker jacket from Flint and Tinder. Now, let’s unveil the ensemble, shall we? To see how I’m styling a henley this winter, head to my Instagram.

An absolutely unstoppable winter style combo, featuring a rugged henley (of course).

OK, folks — what do we think of the choices for this rugged, casual, exceptionally timeless winter look? To me, the base layer of a¬†stylish henley¬†is what makes it all go — especially one from Faherty Brand, guaranteed to be comfortable and easy to layer. That’s all the better when you consider the¬†stylish flannel shirt¬†we’re wearing atop it, right? And things only get warmer and better-looking from there: The¬†Flint and Tinder Type 3 Sherpa-Lined Jacket really is as good as it gets. It’s the type of jacket that could take you on a brewery tour or through a museum trip, then out to a casual gastropub — the same can be said of the surprisingly versatile Union Work Pants from Iron & Resin.¬† The entire combo is elevated even further thanks to the tremendous Thorogood Beloit Boots (easily the best leather boots for the season). And your accessories will add some sheen to this outfit if you focus on picking up arguably¬†the perfect casual watch¬†— one that’s going to stand up to the challenge of winter weather and go-anywhere style. You could certainly say the same thing about your¬†American Trench socks, which add another element of comfort and all-day performance. Again, trekking from a gallery to a brewery to drinks has never been so easy. Last but certainly not least, it really will pay off to put on a¬†stylish beanie cap¬†as temperatures continue to drop. Now, with all of that being said … where will this outfit take you? Let me know via The Style Guide Facebook page.

The List: Shop the Best New Menswear Essentials — From Boots to Denim — Right Here

A new favorite winter layer is today’s featured pick.

Welcome back and thanks for joining us as we cover another all-new set of men’s style essentials for winter (and well beyond!) here at The Style Guide. Today’s focus remains on versatile, durable, tough gear that’s going to get you through winter (and perhaps Valentine’s Day) with style and functionality in mind. That’s where a piece like the Relwen Knit Jacquard Snap CPO is going to come in handy — part blazer replacement, part shirt, part jacket, it’s one of the best men’s winter outerwear pieces you can buy now. And you’ll find out all about it below. To shop for more winter style essentials, be sure to check out past editions of The List. Happy shopping!

Relwen Knit Jacquard Snap CPO — $238.98

Relwen

Dependable and smartly designed to layer with ease.

A richly crafted, stylish shirt jacket that’s exclusive to Huckberry is tough to pass up, right? Particularly one that’s made with military heritage and bombproof (yes, bombproof) construction in mind. The Knit Jacquard Snap CPO from Relwen is perfect to wear with slim grey chinos, tough moc toe leather boots and your favorite henley, naturally.

SHOP: The Knit Jacquard Snap CPO from Relwen

Fourlaps Rush Jogger 2.0 —¬†$88

A pair of tailored joggers that function nicely for work or play.

Whether you throw on these sweats to take on a winter weekend 5K or perhaps a more leisurely park stroll, the Fourlaps Rush Joggers (2.0 Edition) blend sporty style with a tailored fit. The French Terry fabric blend is soft and cozy, another plus this winter. And if you fancy wearing sweatpants for travel, it’s hard to go wrong with this cleanly designed pair.
Bespoke Post Agenda Box — $45 (When You Sign Up for Bespoke Post)

Classic, sharp office style and organization essentials.

The good folks at Bespoke Post say that you can tell a lot about a man by his workspace, and they’re absolutely right. From a handsome leather desk pad to a sharply designed calendar, the Bespoke Post Agenda Box has the office essentials you need to upgrade your work day.
Santa Rosa Tahoma Moccasins — $280

Hard-wearing moc boots that channel throwback style.

From slim sweatpants right back to rugged leather boots we go. The Santa Rosa Tahoma Moccasins are made with some serious attention to detail, a quality that harkens back to the brand’s West Coast founding in 1906 (yes, 1906!). Try wearing these stylish moc boots with slim faded denim and a classic crewneck sweatshirt.
Luminox Xcor Aerospace Pilot Professional Watch — $1,900

One heck of an advanced-yet-stylish timepiece.

Is this technologically advanced Luminox watch a major splurge? Yes. Do you need it unless you’ve got a very adventure or day job? Perhaps not. But if you do, it’ll surely come through.
Faherty Brand Overdyed Denim in Faded Grey — $178

A nice switch from dark blue denim.

A new arrival to the Faherty Brand site, these slim overdyed jeans are a unique way to switch things up from inky dark denim. As always with Faherty Brand, the fit and fabric are on-point.
Bluegrass Barrels Black Hoop Aging Barrel — $60

A neat way to upgrade your home bar.

A premium aging barrel might not be the first thing you think of when you think of essentials for your home bar, but it’s one of the coolest and most underrated components — right?
Topo Designs Daypack — $169

A rugged backpack that blends functionality and style.

The use of handsome Horween leather makes this Topo Designs backpack go from good to great — like, really great. In short, the Topo Designs Daypack is the new backpack you need now, fit for winter travel or a casual weekend outing.
Far Afield Tanner Ribbed Knit — $150

A standout sweater from a brand that knows its heritage.

There are certain classic men’s sweaters that really embody winter layering at its finest. The rugged, throwback-inspired Far Afield Tanner Ribbed Knit is one such sweater.
Taylor Stitch Slim Chinos in Organic Ash — $98
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A pair of classic chinos in a unique color.

Part of the excellent Essentials Collection from Taylor Stitch (year-round staples from a trusted brand), these Taylor Stitch Slim Chinos are a winter standout. Wear them with the¬†Far Afield Tanner Ribbed Knit¬†— plus brown leather boots — for casual office style.
Rhone Apparel Space Dye Henley — $78

An innovative henley that’s perfect for throwing on as a durable base layer.

Are you sensing a theme here? From the¬†Taylor Stitch Slim Chinos¬†to the¬†Far Afield Tanner Ribbed Knit, the focus is on durable winter layering — a la this stylish henley from Rhone.
Mission Belt Full-Grain Italian Leather Belt — $74.95
Mission Belt

A new way to design and wear a belt, with a great cause in mind.

As seen on Shark Tank, Mission Belt really is like no other belt company out there, from the fact that its belts have no holes (they use a neat slide-and-clip mechanism instead!) to the fact that a dollar from every belt goes toward micro-loans to help entrepreneurs in developing countries. After testing it recently, I love the Cognac Italian Leather Belt as seen above.
Ash & Fir Upstate Candle Trio — $54

Three candle choices that mimic the scent and feel of lovely upstate New York.

Especially as we roll through winter, don’t overlook the importance of stocking up on the best candles for your home or apartment. You get three nicely scented candles here from Ash & Fir, luckily.
Outerknown Local Straight Denim — $128

A pair of jeans that look great and help the environment? That’s more than worthy of a purchase.

We’ll close out today’s edition of The List by looking at stylish men’s denim that’s also made with a mission in mind¬†— Outerknown’s Local Straight Denim is sustainably made, and the handsome Faded Indigo wash is a new way to wear your favorite denim that’s much better for the environment. Plus, this stylish pair of jeans features a classic (not too skinny or baggy) fit.
So, from slim jogger sweatpants to an incredible technical watch from Luminox, we really covered something for everyone today, did we not? Which pick was your favorite? As we talked about at the top of the post, I can’t get enough of the¬†Knit Jacquard Snap CPO from Relwen. Let me know how you feel about the rest of these picks on Twitter. Cheers!

The Friday Read: New York Fashion Week, Huckberry x Danner & Revtown Denim

Lace up your boots and hit the road this weekend.

Now, the question on your mind today should be: What stylish leather boots am I going to wear this weekend? And where will they take you? When you lace up a pair of boots like the Thorogood Dodgeville Boots, you can really go just about anywhere on this fine February weekend. So, let’s get down to business. We’re capping off a busy whirlwind of a week here in NYC — things really took off in earnest on Monday, as I attended New York Men’s Day, an initiative designed to showcase emerging designers as part of New York Fashion Week (one of my favorite times of year, assuredly!). Things kept rolling with a busy double bill on Monday night, as lauded American menswear designer Todd Snyder (my menswear hero!) showed his excellent Fall/Winter 2019 collection to kick off NYFW. Naturally, the evening was followed by quite the afterparty!

Other activities throughout the week included the Grungy Gentleman Fall/Winter 2019 runway show, a collection of athleisure-heavy, sport-inspired gear blended with tailoring (think French terry blazers and slim jogger sweatpants). It’s with all of that behind me that I’m very much looking toward a relaxing weekend in Brooklyn and Manhattan. On the docket for me — besides quite a few cups of coffee and some tasty craft brews — is a concert by NYC indie singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten, in support of her excellent January album “Remind Me Tomorrow” — the fact that it’s taking place on Saturday, and at the historic Upper West Side Beacon Theatre is icing on the cake! So, that’s the rundown of things in my neck of the woods. I’ve got some more menswear writing to do in the meantime, but for now, enjoy the best men’s style news of the week.

  • Stop searching for your next pair of denim — I think I found it, and I think they come from Revtown. I covered this versatile, durable denim brand (based in the Rust Belt cities of Pittsburgh and Baltimore) for The Manual, so you’d do well to dive into why the brand is making¬†your new favorite pair of jeans.
  • It‚Äôs never too late to start the hunt for the best sneakers for spring ‚ÄĒ just like the pair I wrote about recently! Grab the¬†Huckberry Vintage Trainers¬†now, then keep them handy when it warms up!
  • Speaking of the best new menswear, I’d urge you to act quickly — very, very quickly — to get a pair of the excellent new¬†Huckberry x Danner Vertigo 917 Goldrush Boots, which I wrote about for¬†Effortless Gent¬†last month.¬†As great as it gets for winter, assuredly!

Still not finished with your pre-weekend reading or shopping? We’ve got just what the doctor ordered — start with the best new chukka boots to buy now. Or, keep things cozy and laidback with a classic henley from Faherty Brand. Last but not least, go for rugged, classic style with the Todd Snyder x Champion line and the Todd Snyder x Champion Crewneck Sweatshirt. That’s all I’ve got for you today — cheers & enjoy the weekend!

 

Style Pick of the Week: Flint and Tinder Type 3 Sherpa-Lined Trucker Jacket

A stunner of a jacket, from a well-respected brand, to boot.

There are jackets that immediately get your attention, jumping off the screen and easily grabbing a spot on any list of the best men’s winter jackets — are we on the same page so far? Good, because the exceptional Flint and Tinder Type 3 Shera-Lined Trucker Jacket is a sight to behold, and I personally think it could be¬†your new favorite denim jacket. That might be my bias talking — I sure do love the American-made style purveyors at Flint and Tinder — but if first glances say anything, then the¬†Flint and Tinder Type 3 Shera-Lined Trucker Jacket¬†is going to be mighty, mighty impressive. Much like its warm-weather counterpart, the Flint and Tinder Denim Trucker Jacket, the Sherpa-Lined Trucker delivers rugged, classic style in spades — starting with that iconic silhouette. It carries through to the stonewashed cotton fabric from which this tough denim trucker jacket is cut (not all that dissimilar from the Flint and Tinder Stonewashed Jeans, come to think of it). That sets the tone for a tough jacket that’s also surprisingly easy to layer. It’s ready-made to wear with all sorts of men’s style essentials, from a classic flannel shirt to a slim henley on your top half.¬†¬†
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SHOP: The Flint and Tinder Type 3 Shera-Lined Trucker Jacket

Flint and Tinder

All the right details in all the right places here.

But, wait just a second … there’s more good news when it comes to this outstanding jacket. The use of one percent stretch should provide even more comfort and mobility, while the deep-pile sherpa lining gives the¬†Flint and Tinder Type 3 Shera-Lined Trucker Jacket¬†its name. Quilted polyester sleeve lining also makes it easy to slip this jacket on and off — it’s suitable to wear outside in chilly winter weather, yet shouldn’t prove too sweltering once you’re seated at the bar of your favorite brewery. And that’s another huge selling point when it comes to the¬†Sherpa-Lined Trucker. The blending of a classic trucker jacket design with warm sherpa fabric means you can wear this as a winter travel jacket (thanks to the front-button chest pockets) or as a cozy extra layer atop a classic crewneck sweater during a weekend coffee date. To top it all off, custom hardware gives the¬†Sherpa-Lined Trucker¬†a unique, handsome finish. Oh, and it’s entirely made in the States, an extra touch that lends it that special feeling. Hopefully, you feel that way every time you put on the¬†Sherpa-Lined Trucker. Don’t take my word for it, though. It’s yours for the taking.

SHOP: The Flint and Tinder Type 3 Shera-Lined Trucker Jacket


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#OOTD: A New Way to Layer Your Favorite Shawl Collar Cardigan This Season

Ready to layer up for winter? In particular, ready to wear your new favorite cardigan to power through the rest of the season? We’re kicking things off with an extremely luxurious, investment-level cardigan from my friends at Buck Mason — if you follow me on Instagram, you’ve surely seen how I’ve been wearing it. And now, we’re telling you how to wear it for the weeks and months ahead. It’s an extremely easy cardigan to layer, particularly when you pair it with a stylish flannel shirt from Flint and Tinder, along with an equally classic henley from that same brand. Slim denim from Bluffworks — launched earlier this year — keeps this #OOTD crisp and casual. Rugged leather boots give you the option to stomp through the snow on the weekend, or head to the office on a casual Friday (more on that in a second). And again, it all comes back to this stylish, rugged cardigan — this is the type of piece that a style icon like Steve McQueen might have worn, and it’s ably complemented by a classic casual watch and other winter-ready favorites. The only question is, where the heck are you going to wear it? It’s simple, trust me. So, without further ado … here we go.

A classic, premium cardigan, accented by a rugged flannel shirt & tough leather boots. Hello, winter.

Now, the thing about wearing a classic, rugged cardigan like this one from Buck Mason is that it gives you the ultimate in versatility. Use it as a top layer with a scarf for a Sunday park stroll on a warmer-than-expected winter day, or wear it to the office in place of a blazer — the rest of the pieces in this #OOTD can help you there, too. That process starts with a stylish flannel shirt from the great men’s style purveyors at Flint and Tinder, and carries through to the¬† slim, comfortable denim on tap from Bluffworks. You can choose to keep the¬†stylish henley¬†as part of this outfit (for a casual weekend brewery outing) or you can lose the henley and perhaps throw on a textured slim wool tie if you need to class things up for the office. Step into a durable pair of leather boots — I.E. The outstanding¬†White’s Boots¬†shown above — and then round out your ensemble with stylish patterned socks¬†and a¬†warm winter cap from Faherty Brand. It’s a can’t-miss combo that only gets better when you wear the¬†Zodiac Grandville Watch.Keep your mug looking fresh with some of the¬†best men’s winter grooming picks, and then be sure to reach for the handy, essential¬†Hitch and Timber EDC Slip¬†— all of that, to me, sounds like the makings of a new favorite winter outfit. To keep up with how I’m getting dressed for winter, be sure to follow me on Instagram. Thanks for reading!

-Beau

The List: Get Ready for the Rest of Winter with this Week’s Best Men’s Style Gear

The best new hiking boots to buy now — style meets heritage, thanks to Huckberry x Danner.

There are your average, run-of-the-mill style picks … and then there’s the Huckberry x Danner collab seen above, part of today’s list of the best men’s style essentials. We’re taking on winter in force today, covering¬†Huckberry and Danner — the amazing Vertigo 917 Goldrush Boots¬†are brand-new — plus handy items like¬†the best winter jacket to buy now.¬†¬†The Huckberry x Danner¬†Boots are inspired by the gold rush and made to take on the city, and they’re already a personal favorite. Today’s post includes plenty of other standouts as well, like a¬†stylish winter sweater¬†from Faherty Brand.¬† Once again, each pick is made to turn this season from drab to fun and stylish. It can be done — trust me. Let me know what you think of these winter style essentials over at The Style Guide’s Facebook page. Cheers!

Huckberry x Danner Vertigo 917 Goldrush Boots 

Huckberry x Danner

A truly astounding pair of boots exclusive to Huckberry, made in partnership with the great team at Danner.

If you could dream up your perfect product collaboration, what might it be? Would it involve Huckberry and Danner making this stylish pair of hiking boots? I certainly hope so. They’re 100 percent waterproof, featuring premium suede and full-grain leather — they’re certainly fit for winter weather. The OrthoLite footbed makes these rugged leather boots very comfortable for the city, too. Heritage detailing also meets stitchdown construction, a classic touch from Danner. In short, the Huckberry x Danner Vertigo 917 Boots are so remarkable, I almost can’t stop talking about them.

SHOP: The Huckberry x Danner Vertigo 917 Boots

Peregrine Cambric 10 Bexley Coat — $340

Peregrine

A surefire winner for winter.

We (and by “We,” I mean your editorial team of one) make no bones about it here at The Style Guide — you’re going to need one of the best men’s winter jackets, and you’re going to need it now.¬† Start with the durable, timeless Peregrine Cambric 10 Bexley Coat — it’s a rugged, field-ready coat that’s made for adventuring (and moreover, it’s made to wear with your favorite henley and tough leather boots).

Proof 72-Hour Merino Henley — $98

A versatile, breathable henley.

We all love a classic henley, right? But what about a henley that you can wear … and wear … and wear? A stylish henley¬†that’s suited for both winter travel and weekend layering? That’s the Proof 72-Hour Merino Henley.

Finisterre Okel Jeans — $137.98

Selvedge denim

Richly crafted Japanese selvedge denim — some of the best jeans you can buy.

These slim selvedge jeans are durable and rugged, the perfect pair of denim to wear during chilly winter days and nights. The 16oz.  Japanese denim will break in wonderfully over time, and you should feel free to wear it with your new favorite winter sweater.

Flint and Tinder Type 3 Sherpa-Lined Trucker Jacket — $208

A wonderfully warm, stylish denim trucker jacket. A new classic.

OK, allow me to just say: Wow.¬†Flint and Tinder¬†knocks this one out of the park with the utterly classic Type 3 Sherpa-Lined Trucker Jacket. It’s so stylish and rugged, it’s almost too good to be true.

Faherty Brand Sconset Crew in Autumn Rust — $128

A premium crewneck that’s a step up from your average sweater.

There are regular sweaters, then there’s a stylish winter sweater like the Faherty Brand Sconset Crew. Soft and ever-so-luxurious, this handsome sweater is the perfect layer to put on atop a classic chambray shirt.

Olivina Bourbon Cedar Cologne — $40

Olivina

A refined cologne, complete with a bottle that doesn’t look half-bad on your bathroom counter.

Why not give your grooming routine a shot in the arm with this unique Olivina cologne? The Bourbon Cedar scent is refined but not overpowering, making it quite possibly one of the best men’s colognes.

Laco Augsburg 42 Watch — $410

A lovely, cleanly designed leather watch.

Wearing a stylish leather watch on the daily is a nice way to upgrade essentially any #OOTD. And the Laco Augsburg 42 Watch is maybe your new favorite watch.

Abercrombie & Fitch “The Dad Coat” —¬†$150

A seriously cool, old-school coat for all your winter layering needs.

You might have seen this coat¬†on my Instagram¬†lately — it’s bold and visually striking, a truly wonderful¬† mix of old style and modern refinement. Plus, it’s seriously affordable and made to wear with your best navy flannel suit. I seriously can’t get enough of this¬†stylish Abercrombie topcoat¬†— what about you?
Rhodes Captoe Dean Boots in Honey — $220
Best Men's Winter Boots

Sleek leather boots that provide versatility and functionality.

Another edition of The List, another iteration of the refined, super-stylish Rhodes Dean Boots¬†— surely some of the best men’s winter boots. The Captoe Dean Boots in Honey are versatile enough to wear with slim denim and a rugged henley, or able to pair up with a slim grey flannel suit, easily.
TravisMathew Matchmaker Jacket —¬†$174.99

A soft and easy-to-layer flannel shirt that’s also a jacket. Good stuff here!

Soft flannel fabric meets rugged layering potential in this classic shirt jacket — it’s the perfect shirt jacket to wear for a¬†cozy, stylish winter weekend.
Yamazaki Black Steel & Wood Shoe Rack — $99

A surprisinlgy stylish way to store your shoes.

Find yourself burdened with too many shoes? I hear you. Such is the case when you¬† love stylish leather boots — from the Yamazaki Home collection, this stylish shoe rack is a must.
Bridge & Burn George C Jacket — $278

A hard-wearing jacket from the Pacific Northwest style purveyors at Bridge & Burn.

Weatherproof and made to layer — perhaps atop that TravisMathew shirt jacket — this Bridge & Burn George C Jacket is absolutely ready for winter.
Taylor Stitch The Camp Pant in Bedford Corduroy — $148
Taylor Stitch

Wear the Bedford Pants with sleek suede chukkas or tough boots.

Pleasantly rugged and practically made for a winter weekend, Taylor Stitch comes through with the durable Camp Pants. Wear them with the Huckberry Duck Boots and a classic waxed trucker jacket for A-plus winter style.
California Cowboy High Sierra Shirt — $148
Best men's flannel shirt

A new take on the rugged flannel shirt.

A classic flannel shirt that blends Western charm and modern wearability? Sign me up. California Cowboy might have just made your favorite flannel shirt.
Tom Beckbe Field Hat — $125
Tom Beckbe

A rough-and-tumble hat to wear through the worst winter weather.

There’s just something about the Tom Beckbe Field Hat that calls back to chilly, early winter mornings and the promise of adventure … or maybe just fetching another log from the woodpile before returning back inside.
Alright, we’re closing out today’s post — how do you feel about the above selections? My personal favorite has got to be the Flint and Tinder Type 3 Trucker Jacket, an absolute beauty of piece. Think it over, then let me know on Twitter.