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Originally a workwear textile staple first popularized in the 17th century in Wales, flannel shirts are typically cut from soft wool that makes them breathable, comfortable and warm. Today, flannel is also made from cotton and synthetic materials and quite often earns style points from a plaid or checked pattern. To find the best of this chilly-weather layering essential, we talked to devoted enthusiasts and independently researched the market. Ahead, 10 of the best flannel shirts we highly recommend.




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Clocking in at under $20, this lightweight flannel gives you all the bang without the extra buck. It has two front pockets for convenience and is made with a cozy stretch fabric that moves with you for a comfortable fit.


When selecting flannel shirts for this list, we researched the market and fabric choices available, with an eye toward keeping the selection varied and emphasizing well-fitting, quality-made options for different fashion needs. We considered comfort level, price point, colors, sizes and fit options as well in our final recommendations.


Now that it is fall, that means it is time for flannel, y'all. It's just one of those unwritten rules: Once temperatures dip below 70, you want something light to cover up with and flannel is the perfect material.


Flannel originally referred to the specific way the fabric was woven and brushed, but now we refer to pretty much any shirt with a tartan pattern as a "flannel." Since they can be made from cotton, wool, or synthetic materials, you can get cheap, budget-friendly flannel for under $10, and high-end flannel up in the $70 range.


Flannel isn't always the most comfortable style of shirt to wear. It also isn't very easy to move in, most of the time. Carhartt has designed a flannel short that is very easy to move in as it is flexible.


You can get regular flannel from L.L. Bean for between $50 and $70, but if you want to really kick it up, you're going to want to opt for fleece-lined. This will keep you warm all fall and winter long.


Flannel has been the go-to cold-weather fabric for generations and with good reason. Flannel shirts are warm but breathable and super comfortable, yet rugged. While often confused with the traditional plaid or tartan pattern it sometimes comes in, flannel is a woven material made from either cotton, wool, or synthetic fibers, with a soft, napped finish.


As a cornerstone to cold-weather dressing, flannels are great as a layer for an outdoor excursion when you feel like sporting an old-school buffalo check or similar pattern, which we've included below and look fantastic paired with jeans or chinos. But not all flannels have a cabin-in-the-woods vibe, and we've included several versions that have a contemporary look and come in solid colors for a night out in the city, but are still ultra-comfortable.


Woolrich makes a sturdy flannel, but make no mistake: The shirts are as soft as can be before they ever see the inside of a washing machine. I have had several Woolrich shirts over the years, and if it were not for my younger brother stealing them to go around skateboard parks, I'm confident that they'd still be here today.


Alex Mill, launched in 2012 by two industry veterans, creates timeless clothes that are built to last so you can wear them for years to come. The Frontier Shirt is made from a generous cotton flannel that will definitely keep you warm on a cold winter's night.


Its Men's Flannel Shirt is made from 100 percent cotton flannel with a soft hand feel and features a single patch pocket on the chest and a curved hem that's flattering and looks great tucked in or out. The colorways range from black and white checks to bolder choices like the Citrus Plaid or something in between, like the Brown Plaid, our personal favorite, with its throwback look.


Pendleton has changed the way its flannel is made over the years, of course. First and foremost, the wool isn't harvested in the United States anymore, but the company does still weave material here. Now that flannel has come into popular fashion, you can find a strong array of hues to choose from. The fabrics used are also water-, odor-, and stain-resistant.


Uniqlo is somewhat synonymous with the word "cheap" in Japan while, oddly enough in New York, you might even hear the adjective "cool" used to describe the company's line of modestly-priced, ergonomically-designed sportswear. Why? It's hard to say for sure, but a straightforward and simplistic (albeit scientific) design that leaves room for comfort doesn't hurt.


The process of customizing and ordering from Proper Cloth is easy and fun, and like the rest of Proper Cloth's clothing, these flannel shirts are backed by a Perfect Fit Guarantee, meaning they'll remake it for free if it isn't a perfect fit.


Based in Sweden, it's no surprise that Fjallraven knows how to make exceptionally great cold-weather pieces like flannels. The brand has spent the last 50 years making top-notch outdoor gear that's environmentally responsible and built to last.


Taking on the look and feel of a traditional flannel, the Skog shirt is a mid-weight piece made from 100% organic cotton. It features a button-down collar, chest pockets, with a pen hole, and buttons to hold rolled-up sleeves in place. If you're looking for a multi-seasonal this is a solid choice.


Madewell, the younger, hipper sister to J.Crew, has begun amping up its menswear side, and we're glad the company did. The Sunday Flannel Shirt is the flannel shirt for people who aren't really into flannel shirts, or at least who aren't into the lumberjack look or Gnomecore scene.


Made using 9 ounces of 100% cotton flannel chamois, the mid-weight flannel is perfect for three seasons. It's soft enough to wear next to skin in mild weather, but also a very warm piece for layering in the cold of winter.


The Brushed Flannel Shirt is super comfortable, abrasion resistant, and looks great layered. But with its 5.6 ounces of cotton fabric, it's heavy enough to stand on its own, if need be. The shirt comes in seven stellar colorways, including a bright orange that's bold and contemporary. These aren't your granddaddy's flannels.


L.L.Bean, founded in 1912 in Freeport, Maine, knows a thing or two about flannel. This heritage brand helped popularize the material, especially regarding pajamas. But L.L.Bean does as great a job with the flannel you don't wear to bed. The company's Organic Flannel Shirt is made from organic cotton flannel that's heavy enough to keep you warm on a cold New England night at 6.5 ounces and double-brushed for a cozy feel.


Unlike some boxier flannels, this version has a slightly fitted cut that's flattering and looks fantastic untucked. And it comes at an excellent price for an organic cotton shirt, much less a heavier flannel. The brand offers a wide range of sizes up to XXXL and an equally impressive range of colorways, including Rust Orange, our favorite of the bunch with its wide burnt orange and light blue vertical stripes.


J.Crew takes the outdoorsy out of the flannel shirt and transforms it into the brand's clean, all-American preppy style. The Lightweight Flannel Shirt starts with a lightweight cotton fabric from the Somelos mill in Portugal and keeps it light by only brushing the outside (as opposed to many other selections in this guide that have both the interior and exterior brushed). J.Crew finishes the transformation with a preppy-ish plaid, the Jeffrey Red Multi being our favorite of the two colorways. You will not confuse this shirt with anything a lumberjack would wear, but if you're looking for a fresh take on a classic, this will probably be for you.


The Insulated Organic Cotton Midweight Fjord Flannel Shirt is made with 100% organic cotton yarn-dyed flannel, filled with recycled polyester insulation, lined with a twill fabric that's also from recycled polyester, and made in a Fair Trade factory, which pays its workers a living wage.


The Kapok Plaid Flannel Shirt incorporates a fairly new sustainable material for its flannel shirt. Kapok is produced using the dried fruit of the tropical kapok tree, which is less water-intensive than cotton and doesn't use pesticides to produce. The fiber is silky, warm, and breathable. Frank And Oak combines kapok with Tencel, another earth-friendly material and cotton for a flannel shirt like no other.


Dixxon Flannel Co. may be fairly new (it launched in 2013 in Arizona) but with "flannel" in the name and the fabric making up most of its product line, the brand is dedicated to the material, and it shows. Some of Dixxon's innovations include a proprietary flannel called D Tech that the company says won't wrinkle, fade, or shrink when properly laundered. Design-wise, its shirts have a longer body and sleeves, a center box pleat for ease of motion, hidden collar stays, and even a microfiber cloth built into the inside bottom left corner of its shirts so you can easily clean your sunglasses.


Everyone needs that perfect flannel shirt - the one you throw on when comfort is your number one priority. Our version is made of beefy 6.5 oz. 100% cotton flannel with a button-thru chest pocket and an updated fit, making it that much more perfect.


Happy almost fall and happy flannel season to all the gentlemen who love the cooler temperatures and are ready to pull out their Chris Evans cable-knit sweaters and cozy flannel shirts and jackets to go with.


A flannel is really a wardrobe staple for so many reasons, as you can layer them over classic shirts and sweaters for an effortless fall look for apple picking or tailgating, or you can wear them buttoned up for more warmth and cozy vibes for sitting by the bonfire while fall turns to winter.


Stick with the classics and grab this L.L.Bean flannel in every color this fall. The Scotch Plaid Flannel Shirt is easy to wear on its own, open over a tee or tied around your waist in the warmer weather. Plus, it comes in both regular and tall sizing to fit most men.


For the outdoorsman or just the guy that likes to stay warm in the winter, here are some heavyweight options. The long-sleeve flannels from Carhartt are made with 100% cotton ringspun flannel, complete with shoulder pleats for a full range of motion when working outdoors. 041b061a72


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