8 of the best men’s flannel shirts for winter

When the colder winter weather rolls around, you better believe it is the flannel shirts that we’re reaching for here at Coolector HQ and, in this regard, Huckberry is always one of our first ports of call for replenishing our supplies as their digital shelves are some of the most well stocked in the business. Check out our pick of 8 of the best men’s flannel shirts for winter below:

California Cowboy High Sierra Shirt – $148

This premium flannel is sourced from Japan and Portugal and it is lined with a custom-developed, insulating waffle-weave thermal. It boasts a dry pocket with water-resistant construction and the hydrophobic zipper protect your phone from splashes and spills. This classy looking California Cowboy High Sierra Shirts ($148) includes a beer koozie, bottle opener, and stack of conversation starter cards. ($148)

Faherty Brand Legend Sweater Shirt – $178

Appropriately named due to the thick flannel-like construction, the Legend Sweater Shirt from Faherty Brand ($178) uses a four-way stretch blended fabric to help keep you warm without restricting your ability to throw a 40 yard touchdown during the annual Thanksgiving Day family pickup game. Comfort is off the charts and this first class layering piece will be one of the first things you reach for in the morning this winter. ($178)

Flint & Tinder Chamois Shirt – $128

This robust, everyday Flint & Tinder Chamois Shirt ($128) will keep you looking good no matter what you’re getting into and each one is crafted from a hardy cotton fabric with a hint of stretch to move with you. It is designed to be worn on its own or unbuttoned and layered over a t-shirt and has adjustable cuffs for easy sleeve rolling. ($128)

Marine Layer Vicente Overshirt – $155

This classic heavyweight button down Marine Layer Vicente Overshirt ($155) comes with a brushed face for extra softness and a vintage look. Crafted from a blend of cotton and wool that has a good heft and resists pilling and it has two patch pockets at the chest. ($155)

Free Fly Flannel Button Down – $90

Everything Free Fly make brilliantly combines comfort and versatility with performance, making it the perfect gear for getting after it, and this Flannel Button Down Shirt ($90) is no exception. You can bet we’ll be rocking their killer line-up of fleece and flannel as long as the temps stay low this winter. This ace looking Flannel Button Down is made from a puppy-soft blend of cotton and bamboo viscose which adds durability and antimicrobial properties to the fabric. ($90)

Outerknown Blanket Shirt – $148

Kelly Slater surfs, John Moore designs. Bring these two together and the end result is Outerknown and awesome offerings like this Blanket Shirt ($148). Outerknown are a brand focused on sustainability which draws inspiration from the salt life and crafts gear to some of the highest standards in the industry. The heavyweight, yarn-dyed cotton twill fabric of the Blanket Shirt makes it warm and no-nonsense enough for any adventure. It is ideally suited for layering over a tee or henley for a refined look that’s functional (read: cozy as hell) as well. ($148)

Gitman Vintage Country Plaid Shirt – $220

This classic button down shirt in a soft brushed cotton blend with a window pane plaid is right up our street here at The Coolector. The Gitman Vintage Country Plaid Shirt ($220) is sewn with double track stitching that was pioneered by Gitman brothers while making shirts for the US Military and pre-washed for a soft feel and to minimise shrinkage. Crafted in the USA, this shirt is finished with a back collar button and locker loop. ($220)

Flint & Tinder Brad Leone Crossback Workshirt – $128

This limited edition run of collaboration shirts has been designed in partnership with Brad Leone. The Flint & Tinder Brad Leone Crossback Workshirt ($128) uses a custom-developed fabric you can only find in Flint and Tinder flannels and this loose weave, blanket-thick flannel is made for adventure and getting your hands dirty. It has a crossback construction which reinforces the yoke and adds comfort and mobility to shoulders. ($128)

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