Men's flannel shirts are as indispensable in fall as pumpkins and lattes (and pumpkin spice lattes). A versatile shirting option that easily subs in for your casual oxfords and springy twills, a flannel shirt is one you'll keep reaching for all fall and winter.
Lands' End flannel shirts are made from the best ringspun combed cotton we can get our hands on. They're durable and just the right weight to keep you warm and toasty without overheating. We also brush our flannel to develop that classic flannel fuzziness – in the industry we call it a "nap" – and we make sure both sides get brushed so it's soft and cozy on the outside and inside.
It is never too early to get your winter boot game going. Boots can take a few wears to break in, so if you go ahead and get your boots early they'll be good to go for winter. Also, boots just look cool. In addition to being comfortable in winter, a pair of boots can be accessorized with a fun pop of color in the laces, and paired with great boot socks for added style.
Nothing beats a cozy fleece on a crisp fall morning. I'm not going to get just any old fleece, though. I'm going to get a Lands' End Sherpa Fleece Jacket. Sherpa fleece is smooth and knit on one side while being super soft and plush – like a real sheep's fleece – on the other. Even sheep are jealous of how cozy and nice our fleece jackets are – and we bet your friends will be pretty envious of your awesome new fleece, too.
Jackets and flannels are great and all, but you've got to make sure you're taking care of the extremities too. Get yourself a men's scarf and a good winter hat (we really like hats with the fun puffball on the top) and you'll be glad you did. Remember, too, that we're fast approaching the time when regular socks just won't cut it anymore, so go ahead and invest in some quality wool boot socks. A good pair of winter gloves is also in order. Lands' End winter gloves are equipped with plenty of insulating technology and even feature added pockets for hand warmers – and we do recommend hand warmers in winter. Lots and lots of hand warmers.
You already know that we love flannel, but you may not know that we like to pair flannel with plenty of other products to make them even warmer and cozier. Flannel lined pants are a great way to combat fall and winter temperatures. On the outside, they look just like your normal chinos or men's jeans, but on the inside they're lined with soft and warm flannel. That extra layer of warmth makes morning walks a little better, and helps keep cold commutes at bay. And that extra bit of comfort on cold days, we know, can make all the difference.