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These Are The 6 Best Menswear Essentials From Iron & Resin

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The guys at Iron & Resin have long been one of our favourite pedlars of menswear here at The Status Life and they’ve got some particularly awesome pieces calling out for a spot in your winter wardrobe. From top notch outerwear to thick shirts for the cold winter months, there will be something for every style and budget on their digital shelves. Check out our pick of 6 of the best menswear essentials for Winter from Iron & Resin below:

Buffalo Cruiser Jacket | $425

The Buffalo Cruiser Jacket from Iron & Resin is a stylish cousin to their Cruiser Jacket that they just released for Fall. Instead of a heavy waxed cotton canvas exterior, they have deployed buffalo hide for this more ‘casual’ functioning piece of outerwear. With the rough out side of the leather facing out, it looks as good as feels. Iron & Resin accented this stellar jacket with the top grain leather collar for some contrast against the rough out.

Missouri Shirt | $79

The temps are finally falling and the swells are coming, which means the time for layering is officially underway. Iron & Resin’s latest arrival, the Missouri Shirt, is a yarn dyed cotton flannel is sure to not only turn heads but make ya feel like a million bucks. With an understated, timeless pattern, custom INR buttons, chest pockets, and all the right details in the right places this is sure to be your next go-to piece no matter how you wear it.

Open Road Jacket | $350

The Open Road Jacket has been on Iron & Resin’s drawing board for a few years now. They wanted to develop a timeless, heirloom quality jacket that looks as good on a city street as it does rolling around in the dirt at camp. With an outer layer crafted from split cow hide you get the abrasion resistance and robustness of grain leather, but enhanced flexibility. Plus, we love the rugged look of a split hide.  It’s heavy.  It’s warm.  It’ll age like top-shelf whiskey and everyone will envy you for owning it.

Klamath Flannel Shirt | $119

The Klamath Flannel Shirt from Iron & Resin is cut by hand to make sure that all Jacquard loomed details are fully in sync. This 100% heavyweight cotton flannel is pre-washed + brushed for an extra soft feel and keeps you warm whether you’re on that daily two-wheeled ride or sitting around the camp fire in the middle of the desert.  Double + triple needle felled seams throughout means this southwestern stripe shirt is going to be a staple in your wardrobe for years to come.  It’s one of those button-ups you simply won’t want to leave home without it

Marksman Beanie | $28

A cold-weather classic in the folded style, this Iron & Resin Marksman Beanie combines the looks of a salty old seaman with the soft touch of the woman who awaits him ashore. No matter how cold it gets while casting in waist-high waters or chopping wood outback, cold temperatures won’t have you calling it quits early with this one.

Waxed Nautilus Jacket | $325

The Waxed Nautilus Jacket boasts a classic fit, nostalgic style, and super functional design. With Styling Adopted from the infamous US Navy’s N1 Deck Jacket from the ’40s, this cut has deep roots of proven reliability and durability for the modern day. The Waxed Nautilus Jacket from Iron & Resin has been built with a tailored fit with heavy sherpa fleece + Termocore® down alternative insulation lining along back + chest interior regions .

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