Men’s Spring Style: Essentials to Stock Up on Now

We’re here to tell you right now, this list contains some of your new favorite spring style essentials. Just as winter calls for hard-wearing outerwear, dependable boots, and flannel shirting that doesn’t quit, spring calls for like-minded gear, but on the lighter end of the spectrum. You’re going to need a tough bomber jacket, light wash jeans, and sharp sneakers, and we’re here to help.

Iron & Resin Reserve Jacket – $155

Does this jacket pack a punch in terms of both insulation (for chilly spring nights) and style (for every other occasion)? It sure does. Made in a clean and simple silhouette, the Reserve Jacket is the one you’re going to want to throw on weekend after weekend.

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Flint and Tinder Pacific Wash Jeans – $128

You don’t have to completely store your slim dark denim for spring, but it’s always nice to change things up from time to time — the pleasingly light Pacific Wash Jeans from Flint and Tinder feature a reliable fit and easygoing style potential.

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WP Standard Work Shirt – $98

That chambray shirt you reach for so readily in the depths of winter still has a place in spring, except instead of layering up the WP Standard Work Shirt with a tough parka, we’re recommending you rock it over a classic striped tee. It’s going to get hot eventually, after all.

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MWC Watches GG-W-113 Watch – $155

Spring calls for a switch — however slight — on your wrist. A  versatile, durable, and truly field-ready watch is going to pair up with that bomber jacket and your light wash denim.

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Oliver Cabell Rennes – $198

Just as waterproof leather boots are a daily winter essential, so too are crisp, clean, and super-sharp white sneakers. Oliver Cabell is a recent entry into the sneaker game, yet one worthy of keeping on your radar. Wear these with tan chinos and a crisp polo. 

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Dakota Grizzly Classic Cap – $29

Keep that shining sun (and sweat) out of your eyes with this classic cotton/polyester chambray ballcap from Dakota Grizzly. It works anywhere from the trail to the bar to the commute, and it will save your scalp from that unexpected spring sunburn.

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