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    I just ordered a couple from woolrich. Many of their colors are around half price with free shipping right now.

    http://www.woolrich.com/woolrich/bro...duct.revenue|1

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    I've been living in LL Bean scotch flannel for the last few weeks. Love them! Just don't put them in the dryer, as it ruins the soft feel of them.

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    I wear mine with whatever - jeans,khakis. Usually a tshirt or long sleeve tee or henley underneath. Sometimes ill leave it unbuttoned. Ill have to check out the brooks brothers and bean ones. I highly reccomend the Orvis ones. The field flannels on sale feel and look amazing. Already has a slight faded worn in look. Stock manufacturing has some US made ones for not too crazy prices i may try one but will likely pick up another Stormy Kromer

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    Flannel shirt tips?

    I own several from J. Crew. A good compromise between price, fabric and fit.

    I layer it. Often under a cardigan or sweater. Sometimes it’s the outer layer with a henley underneath. The later for coolish, not cold weather.




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    Looks like Lands End restocked their flannels (at least in my size).

    https://www.landsend.com/products/me...78?sku_0=::7EN

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    I got 2 Woolrich flannels the other day (they are even more on sale now than when I ordered them). They are excellent, but I think they run about a size big.


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    Brooks Brothers is my favorite brand too. It is the best brand for the flannel shirt.

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    Just received a few of the Soojun (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...4f0b91038449a1) flannels on amazon. Hadn't heard of the brand before, but they had patterns I actually liked compared to other places.

    Overall I'd say they are pretty reasonable.

    Pros:
    - nice patterns
    - slim fitting
    - prime shipping
    - 100% cotton. (the description says 50% cotton 50% poly - this is wrong)

    Cons:
    - fabric isn't very thick
    - collars and cuffs seem to have some kind of material inside to stiffen them that feels cheap - maybe a paper/cardboard of types? not sure.

    I paid $20 each, I'd say they are worth around $15, but I wanted something quickly in a pattern I liked. Just as a note they seem to adjust the asian sizes to US sizes. (I ordered a small, but received an "XL"). Fit fine though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zerostyle View Post

    From what I've investigated so far:

    - Uniqlo - thin and scratchy - no go
    I bought a flannel shirt from Uniqlo about a month ago and although it's not super thick, i don't find it scratchy at all. For the price I paid ($20 CAD), I think it's great. Maybe part of it was just luck, in that it fits me perfectly, including having long enough sleeves.

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