Sometimes, a comfortable, warm shirt can also be hip. At least, if Toad and Co. has anything to do with it. The men’s Kennicott Shirt Jac is tough enough for the back woods and stylish enough for free Thursday gallery nights. Bonus!
It looks and feels like wool on the outside and cotton on the inside, and has sturdy metal snaps instead of buttons. A smart choice; the snaps give the Kennicott Shirt Jac an urban, industrial vibe. For a shirt that feels quite substantial on, the fabric isn’t bulky at all. It’s made out of a unique blend of recycled wool, polyester, nylon, and wool, so the top has the breathability and wicking capabilities of wool with the durability of nylon, plus a bit of stretch.
Add a slim cut through the torso and sleeves, and the Kennicott Shirt Jac just can’t be relegated to chopping wood or fixing my bike in my chilly garage. It’s gotta go out on the town with me.
I’ve been wearing this versatile top over cotton and merino wool tees for a couple of weeks now, and it’s so comfortable that I doubt I’ll take it off until next summer.
Available in men’s sizes S-XXL in Black, Gray Heather, Deep Navy, and Mahogany.
$129 at Moosejaw (Jan 27th: on sale now for $96.75!)