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Top 8 Men’s Shirt For Spring 2021

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Though the temperatures are currently on the frigid side, Spring is technically right around the corner and we may soon be able to venture out in just some long sleeve shirts. Well, it pays to get ahead of the game and get your wardrobe prepared for the changing seasons so check out our pick of 8 of the best men’s shirts for spring below:

Flint & Tinder Bone Button Western Shirt ($128)

Born on the American frontier where there was seldom a tailor in sight, the signature feature of a solid Western Shirt is the deployment of snaps rather than buttons. Snaps are far more robust and less likely to be ripped off than a sewn on button, especially when you’re herding cattle on the open range. Lucky for the rest of us non-cowboy types, snaps look pretty darn cool as well, particularly the unique burnt cow bone snaps Flint and Tinder used in their Bone Button Western ($128). Not that they’d have it any other way, but you better believe it’s crafted in the USA, ‘cause there’s just no other place to make an authentic Western Shirt. ($128)

Outerknown Blanket Shirt ($148)

This eternally popular overshirt is sturdy yet incredibly soft and breathable and a real favourite of ours here at The Status Life. The Outerknown Blanket Shirt ($148) is an ideal layering piece of spring and crafted from warm and durable heavyweight cotton twill. The 100% organic cotton construction uses no harmful chemicals to be safer for farmers and the environment and the shirts boasts natural corozo buttons which have been harvested from the fallen seeds of the tagua palm, creating an industry that safeguards South American rainforests from deforestation. ($148)

Taylor Stitch Jack Shirt ($105)

The Taylor Stitch Jack Shirt ($105) is a brushed plaid buttondown that’s ideal for layering and a spring wardrobe essential for today’s modern man. Each one is crafted from soft, environmentally-conscious organic cotton and the medium weight fabric is a touch burlier than standard button-down shirts. Cut from a woven plaid that’s heavily brushed on both sides, this version of the Jack is the missing piece in your cold-weather layering game. ($105)

Batch Maker Utility Shirt ($86)

Deep down, we all have a need to create: a product, a business, a passion, a life with meaning. The Maker Shirt from Batch ($86) is based on this feeling. Robust cotton oxford cloth lays the foundation for the comfort. Add to that timeless craftsman styling with forward shoulder yokes and traditional expanding pockets. It boasts classic dark stitching plus a clean spread collar with hidden buttons rounds out the look superbly. This smoke gray shirt delivers an effortlessly modern look that’s hard to ignore. Pair yours with well-worn denim and you’re good to go. ($86)

Proof Strong Shirt ($128)

Think of the Strong Shirt from Proof ($128) as your suit of armour for the day’s adventures. Life can be unpredictable, particularly when you’re traveling and this shirt will always have your back. It pays to have gear that can weather whatever comes your way and this technical shirt is made to be extra abrasion and tear resistant but with a streamlined aesthetic that hides its powers within. It’s all made possible courtesy of the Japanese Kaihara chambray, an almost mythically robust fabric reinforced with Cordura (the stuff protective motorcycle gear is made from). The end result is a shirt so hard-wearing, it’ll put your former favorite button-down to shame. ($128)

Wythe New York Moleskin Pearlsnap Shirt – ($178)

Wythe takes the icons of yesteryear such as the perfect oxford shirt, an authentic denim pearl snap, the grey sweatshirt worn to perfection and gives them a contemporary update for the modern man’s style sensibilities. Refined fits, hand-selected fabrics, and carefully chosen details make their shirts more than just another option in your closet – they will be your go-to. The Moleskin Pearlsnap Shirt from Wythe New York ($178) takes its design inspiration from the classic chamois shirts of the West, but boasts a cotton moleskin that’s beefy and robust while being soft and comfortable at the same time. Custom pearl snaps round things out with that unmistakable look and feel that’s a little like hoisting a Lone Star at the tailgate on a crisp autumn day. ($178)

California Cowboy High Sierra Shirt ($148)

The High Sierra Shirt from California Cowboy ($148) uses a premium flannel sourced from Japan and Portugal and each one is lined with a custom-developed, insulating waffle-weave thermal. A stand out feature of this shirt is the dry pocket with water-resistant construction and hydrophobic zipper protect your phone from splashes and spills. Craft beer lovers will love the bottle opener included that fits into a specially designed interior pocket. ($148)

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Howler Brother Firstlight Tech Shirt ($62)

Year after year we know that Howler Bros are going to deck us out with cool, functional duds we need in preparation for the season ahead. 2021 is no exception and the guys from Lone Star state didn’t disappoint (no surprise there) with their latest lineup. Intended to be worn while witnessing the changing season the right way—outdoors and under the sky— their shirts are made with technical initiative and Howler’s signature western charm. The First Light Tech Shirt ($62) breathes, stretches, and protects you from the sun. We can’t think of a better companion for a day spent tackling the great outdoors. ($62)

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