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Top 8 Men’s Shirts for Spring 2021

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Though the current temperatures are quite cold, Spring is almost here, and soon we can enjoy wearing long sleeve shirts. It’s a good idea to plan ahead and get your wardrobe ready for the upcoming season. Take a look at our selection of the top 8 men’s shirts for spring below:

Flint & Tinder Bone Button Western Shirt ($128)

Originating from the American frontier where tailors were scarce, the Western Shirt is known for its durable snaps instead of buttons. Snap closures are more sturdy and less likely to get torn off, making them ideal for rugged activities like cattle herding. The Flint and Tinder Bone Button Western Shirt ($128) features unique burnt cow bone snaps that not only offer durability but also a stylish look. Proudly made in the USA, this authentic Western Shirt is a standout choice for your wardrobe. ($128)

Outerknown Blanket Shirt ($148)

The Outerknown Blanket Shirt ($148) is a popular overshirt that is both sturdy and soft, ideal for layering in the spring. Crafted from heavyweight cotton twill, this shirt is warm and durable. Made from 100% organic cotton without harmful chemicals, it’s not just good for you but also for the environment. The natural corozo buttons are sourced sustainably, contributing to the protection of South American rainforests. ($148)

Taylor Stitch Jack Shirt ($105)

The Taylor Stitch Jack Shirt ($105) is a brushed plaid button-down perfect for layering in the spring. Made from soft organic cotton, this shirt offers a modern fit with a medium-weight fabric that is more durable than traditional button-downs. The woven plaid design adds a stylish touch to your cold-weather wardrobe. ($105)

Batch Maker Utility Shirt ($86)

The Maker Shirt from Batch ($86) is inspired by the desire to create and features robust cotton oxford cloth for comfort and durability. With timeless craftsman styling, including forward shoulder yokes and expanding pockets, this smoke gray shirt offers a modern look that pairs well with denim. The clean spread collar and hidden buttons complete the look effortlessly. ($86)

Proof Strong Shirt ($128)

The Strong Shirt from Proof ($128) is designed to be your go-to shirt for any adventure. Made from Japanese Kaihara chambray reinforced with Cordura, this technical shirt is highly resistant to abrasions and tears while maintaining a sleek appearance. It’s a durable and stylish choice for your wardrobe. ($128)

Wythe New York Moleskin Pearlsnap Shirt – ($178)

The Moleskin Pearlsnap Shirt from Wythe New York ($178) combines classic design with modern comfort. Crafted from cotton moleskin, this shirt is robust yet soft and features custom pearl snaps for a unique look and feel. It’s a versatile and stylish addition to your wardrobe. ($178)

California Cowboy High Sierra Shirt ($148)

The High Sierra Shirt from California Cowboy ($148) features premium flannel from Japan and Portugal for a luxurious feel. Lined with an insulating waffle-weave thermal lining, this shirt includes a dry pocket with water-resistant construction and a built-in bottle opener. It’s a functional and stylish choice for outdoor enthusiasts. ($148)

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Howler Brother Firstlight Tech Shirt ($62)

The First Light Tech Shirt ($62) from Howler Bros is designed for outdoor activities, offering breathability, stretch, and sun protection. It’s a versatile and practical shirt that combines technical features with a touch of western charm. Perfect for a day spent exploring the great outdoors. ($62)

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