September 6, 2012

Fall Flannels & Plaids

Fall is here and the cold air is slowly sneaking in. Whether picking farm-patch pumpkins, stirring up some homemade apple cider, or venturing out for a backyard hike - here are a few priceless essentials to keep you warm while catching everyone's eye while winter draws near. 

  1. Woolrich's Original Buffalo Check - An American wool to keep you warm well into winter. 
  2. Filson's Alaskan Guide - 7 ounces of brushed cotton twill trusted by Alaskan bush pilots.
  3. Carhartt's Slub Cotton Plaid - A stylish and slim fit lightweight base layer for town.
  4. Merrell's Highgate Reversible - Vibrant and wicking plaid that will keep your adventures dry.
  5. Filson's San Juan Wool - A tight merino wool weave that won't allow the cold air in.
  6. Pendleton's Snap Front Austin - Vintage styling to make you at home in the outdoors.


Eric said...

Filson San Juan Wool is the best, so comfortable and warm. Shirt is just a tad bit long

Rhon Bell said...

I don't have the shirt yet, but my experience is that if you wash and then dry on warm heat, Filson shirts shrink to comfortable size.

Rabid Outdoorsman said...

Some of my friends and I have decided that we need to organize an intervention to help you escape from your "flannel" affliction before it is to late.

Rhon Bell said...


The first step is admitting you have a problem. And unfortunately - there is nothing wrong with loving a good plaid shirt! hahaha...