It’s that time of year. Cold but not that cold. You need a garment that looks good, is warm and rugged enough for outdoor use, and yet not so heavy you have to check it at the door. Enter the shacket, a heavy duty flannel that can handle chilly temps and also convert to a mid-layer when things get frigid. Flint and Tinder makes a great one, and right now, if you’re not too picky on color, you can snap it up for just $55.
That’s right, thanks to a Huckberry sale, the Expedition Shirt Jacket is almost criminally discounted. Normally $178, this garment features double-layered flannel crafted from a buttery cotton and wool blend for optimal form and function. Duel chest pockets plus an internal media pocket provide ample stash space, while adjustable cuffs let you effortlessly roll up your sleeves.
The only catch? That insane discount only applies to the navy plaid colorway. If you’re interested in charcoal plaid, vintage red plaid or coal, you’ll have to pony up $88. Which, last time we checked, is still more than 50 percent off.
The Gear Patrol Commuter, made in tandem with Priority Bicycles, was inspired by — and tested on — the streets of New York City. Streamlined for your everyday grind, it a pairs a durable, easy-to-maintain feature set with an understated colorway you won’t find anywhere else. Buy Now: $899 $799
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Steve Mazzucchi is Gear Patrol’s outdoors and fitness editor. Outside the office, you can find him mountain biking, snowboarding, motorcycling or sipping a dram of Laphroaig and daydreaming about such things.