10 of the Best Men’s Flannel Shirts for Christmas

Who doesn’t love a flannel shirt? We know we do here at Coolector HQ and if you’re in the market for some this festive period then you’re in luck because the chaps at Huckberry have an unparalleled selection to choose from. There is something that will meet your style persuasion and budget in our list we’re sure and, truth be told, it’s pretty hard to go wrong with a flannel shirt.

Check out our pick of 10 of the best men’s flannel shirts for Christmas below:

Wellen Slub Flannel Shirt – $88

Rigid perfection is for robots, which is why it really is tough to beat this Wellen Slub Cotton Flannel Shirt ($88). Take a close look at the fabric and you’ll discover small bumps and imperfections in the loose weave which adds to the character and comfort. This Slub Flannel from Wellen has texture in spades, it boasts plenty of character, and it makes you want to put it on the minute you run your hand over it.

Crafted with Wellen’s signature dedication to sustainability, which includes partnering exclusively with factories that ensure fair and healthy working conditions, the Slub Flannel is a feel-good pick – for more reasons than one. ($88)

California Cowboy High Sierra Flannel Shirt – $148

Putting a thermal on beneath your flannel is a time-honoured tradition for many men but perhaps you want to combine your efforts. This fantastic High Sierra Flannel Shirt from California Cowboy ($148) takes the innovative step of sewing a thermal lining into the flannel shirt itself which results in unparalleled softness, warmth, and a time-saving option for your autumnal wardrobe.

And the good news doesn’t stop there my friend -the High Sierra also comes chock full of great features like a zippered dry pocket for your phone, a beer pocket for a can or bottle, a sunglass loop, and a glove loop. That it’s also designed and made in California is the real icing on the cake because the quality is second to none. ($148)

Taylor Stitch Yosemite Flannel Shirt – $99

When a lifestyle brand like Taylor Stitch says they’re aiming to make the perfect outdoor men’s shirt, it’s safe to say you’re going to sit up and take notice. Well, they might just have done it with the devilishly dapper Taylor Stitch Yosemite Flannel Shirt ($99). Each year the brand buys up a fresh stock of the softest flannel chamois fabric they can get their hands on and transforms it into a limited run of the Yosemite shirt.

It boasts two flap pockets at the chest, a shorter tail so it can be worn untucked, and the brand’s signature California collar. It is a heavy-duty, no-nonsense entry into the flannel race that may just be as close to perfection as it gets from a style and comfort perspective. To add to the exclusive nature of the shirt, you’ll only find this burgundy hue on the digital shelves of Huckberry. ($99)

Flint & Tinder American Made Flannel Shirt – $73

For being such an iconic and pivotal part of American fashion, it’s tough to find a flannel shirt that’s actually made in the good old US of A. Or should we say, it was tough to find an American-made flannel. Flint and Tinder has put paid to that by putting together a timeless piece of fashion in the shape of this awesome looking American Made Flannel Shirt ($73).

It elevates itself with a great attention to detail such as brushed cotton, a back pleat, and button-down collar and the fact Flint & Tinder were able to get it manufactured in Los Angeles, California, is its own triumph. Called, simply enough, the American Made Flannel, this is the perfect way to sport American goods while keeping warm and looking the part. ($73)

Lisboa Santos Flannel Shirt – $110

This is one warm, heavy-duty cotton flannel that’s cozy and robust to see you all the way through to spring. The Lisboa Santos Flannel Shirt ($110) has expert Portuguese tailoring for an impeccable fit and comfort and it boasts a traditional overshirt style with two button-close chest pockets.

Every man’s closet needs a high quality overshirt, period. It’s a classic layering piece that goes on easy and looks effortlessly cool, particularly with the fine-tuned fit of this fine Portuguese tailoring that went into this top notch example. Cut from a heavy duty cotton that’s brushed until it’s puppy-soft, it’s a warm layer with a classic plaid pattern that’s perfect for keeping warm in chilly fall and winter climates. ($110)

Grayers Tartan Heritage Flannel – $110

Boasting a custom fabric which has been specifically developed by Grayers, this Tartan Flannel Shirt ($110) has comfort which is off the charts. This classic piece of casual menswear is ideally suited for cool autumn evenings and perfect for layering on cold winter days. Grayers takes its name from the 1950s movement in Britain that saw men swapping in their three-piece suits for gray flannel trousers and just like that, the casual menswear movement was born.

Their flannel shirts are hard-wearing and durable but soft and supremely comfortable at the same time so they are the definition of best of both worlds. Whether you wear it open like a work shirt or buttoned up under a blazer, you can’t go wrong with the Tartan Heritage Flannel. ($110)

Wellen Mendo Flannel Shirt – $89

The Wellen Mendo Flannel Shirt ($89) has a soft, heavyweight brushed cotton fabric with a custom Wellen check pattern that we’re loving here at Coolector HQ. It is made from 100% organic cotton that uses less water and pesticides than conventional cotton and the twill tape lining at placket, collar, and back yoke delivers a clean finish and long-lasting durability.

This isn’t just another flannel that’s going to hang in the closet not being worn – you’ll be living in the laid-back Mendo Flannel pretty much 24/7 such is its effortless style and comfort. Wellen knows you’re going to love this shirt, so they built it to last the distance. The heavyweight cotton flannel fabric is soft but robust, and shored up with cotton twill in the wear and tear spots, so your new favourite shirt can stay your favourite shirt for years to come. ($89)

Outerknown Blanket Flannel Shirt – $148

This ace looking Outerknown Blanket Flannel Shirt ($148) is the perfect layer on top of a tee or light sweater. It is crafted from warm and durable heavyweight cotton twill and has a denim-lined yoke. It is basically like your favourite blanket – with the key difference being you can casually wear it in public without raising any eyebrows

Kelly Slater surfs, John Moore designs. Bring these two heavyweights together and the result is Outerknown, a brand which is focused on sustainability and draws inspiration from the salt life and produces apparel to some of the highest standards in the industry. The heavyweight, yarn-dyed cotton twill fabric of the Blanket Shirt makes it warm and durable, perfect for layering over a tee or henley for a refined look that’s functional as well. ($148)

Roark Revival Diablo Flannel Shirt – $64

Constructed from a comfortable brushed polyester stretch flannel and coated with DWR for a water-repellent experience, this Roark Revival Diablo Flannel Shirt ($64) is a cut above the competition. It boasts elbow patches for additional strength at stress points and has dual front chest pockets for smaller EDC essentials like pens and wallets.

This is a cold weather essential that won’t ever let you down and the Diablo has been rigorously field tested to make sure it delivers in the coldest temperatures. It kept those brave souls who tested it plenty warm when exploring the highs of the Lochnagar mountain top and the lows of Loch Ness waters. ($64)

Arbor Collective Baja Flannel Shirt – $69

Every now and then, we forget that outdoor and adventure sports are simply that, sports—they’re not just an activity like hopscotch or checkers. These sports require just as much technical efficiency and optimal output in their clothing as someone running a decathlon, which is why Arbor took it upon themselves to craft adventure-inspired apparel like this classy looking Baja Flannel Shirt ($69).

It is a style staple that maintains the necessary features required for top performance in our favourite outdoor sports. Though they look damn good, don’t let the style deceive you, because these garments are robust enough to last much longer than your annual ski pass and will be a go to piece of apparel for many years to come. ($69)

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