During the polar vortex, people have experienced roughly three levels of cold: those who were given warnings to stay inside a la The Day After Tomorrow, those who braved the frost (but only with ski goggles and long johns) and those who missed the brunt, but got goosebumps just reading about it.
The one commonality? We’re collectively wearing more layers than at any other time of the year (probably), and as such you may have noticed a) you don’t have sufficient shirting or b) those frayed ends, worn-through elbows and outgrown sleeves could use some upgrades.
If that describes you, head on over to Corridor where the outfitter just dropped some of their best flannels and overshirts to 45% off. We’re as much fans of their meticulously designed menswear as their frankness about production (something many brands try their darndest to keep under wraps). And as such, their garments tend towards the pricier end, but not today.
Below, find our five favorites from the sale, available in most sizes and discounted until Feb. 7th.
Brown Heritage Plaid Workshirt
The camp collar and relaxed fit make it an ideal overshirt, the exclusive heritage plaid makes it one of a kind.
Brushed Flecked Navy Flannel
They say it's the softest flannel they’ve ever made. The yarn blend (navy, indigo, black and white) looks dignified when buttoned-up, but wears just as well open with a tucked tee.
Indigo Herringbone Red Dot
The optical illusion of the bunch — close up, the stately micro herringbone gives way to a cool crimson dot print.
Wool Tencel Blend Navy
What is tencel, exactly? According to Corridor, “a sustainable, tree-based fiber that is super super soft and drapey” [emphasis ours]. Count us in.
Olive Twill Flannel
Is this a game-changing garment? No. Will you reach for it every season of the year because it works with denim jackets, chinos and even swim trunks on cold beach nights? You bet.
Nothing catch your eye? Check out the rest of their sale, which includes spring and summer duds, right here.
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