Fall Style: Discount Shirt Jackets to Help You Stay Warm Yet Cool
Fall is a strange, wonderful time for one’s wardrobe. The word “brisk” — which describes refreshing coolness that stops short of downright cold — is reserved almost exclusively for fall weather. Most shirts are unsuited for brisk weather, yet so are heavy jackets. Shirt jackets — part shirt, part jacket — are stylish, warm, breathable, and often weatherproof; in short, they’re must-have items for the ups and downs of fall.
To help you find some of the best shirt jackets out there, we thought we’d share several on-sale items from Huckberry’s Fall Shirt Shop. We invite you to get an additional 20% off first-time orders by entering the discount code MANUALHB20 during the checkout process.
If you’re looking for something with more jacket DNA than shirt DNA, you would do well to check out the Duckworth Woolcloud Snap Shirt. This shirt jacket easily snaps and unsnaps — as the name suggests — and boasts a tough-but-breathable nylon outer shell. Inside the shell is lightweight wool that won’t bunch or pack down over time.
For something a bit more colorful, consider the Edgevale Bonded Fleece Shirt Jacket. You’ll turn some heads with the sublty patriotic red lining and white buttons on a mostly navy blue jacket. Made with mid-weight micro fleece, this shirt jacket is breathable and quick-drying.
When adding to their wardrobe, most men strive to strike a balance between style and comfort. The Relwen Pique Fleece Overshirt walks that line beautifully with a smart, simple design and a soft fleece interior. This 100% cotton shirt jacket can handle plenty of punishment without compromising comfort.
If you’re the kind of fella who likes to try new things, then you probably experiment with bold fashion choices every now and again. This shirt jacket boasts a unique “bubble knit” pattern that exudes comfort. The style is further enhanced by the spread collar, curved hem, and split shirt tail.
Not all military-inspired clothing involves camouflage, as proven by the Welcome Stranger Military Shirt Jacket. This shirt jacket is 100% constructed in San Francisco, USA, and made from extraordinarily soft moleskin cotton. There are two flat pockets on the front, plus a hidden stash pocket for a flask or whatever else you need to get through the fall.
You may not have been born a ramblin’ man, you can become one with the Rambler Quilted Shirt Jacket. This shirt jacket comes with a nylon liner and polyester fill for insulation, plus a total of three pockets — one chest pocket and two welt pockets. The specialty snaps are sewn on with thick thread to ensure your comfort for many falls to come.
Since rain is an indelible part of fall, it’s a good idea to have a jacket that can sufficiently repel the falling moisture. The Iron and Resin Shelter Shirt Jacket does a great job of repelling water without making you look like The Gordon’s Fisherman. This olive-hued shirt jacket can keep you dry and stylish — and it’s made in the USA, to boot.
Filson has been outfitting outdoor adventurers for over a century, and they’re still going strong. If flannel is your thing, we suggest checking out this breathable, medium-weight number. Not only is the Filson Alaskan Guide Shirt warm and comfortable — it’s sturdy and flexible, too. Also, the two expandable chest pockets are designed to hold tools.
New York brand Threads for Thought doesn’t just make comfortable shirt jackets — they make a point to do so ethically and in eco-friendly factories. The Sherpa Lined Shirt Jacket is made from 100% cotton, and boasts an interior as smooth as fresh-fallen snow. Unlike snow, however, this jacket will keep you toasty throughout the fall.