You can never have too many.
This fall, part with your old, threadbare flannel and quell your sadness by replacing it with the Howler Brothers Harkers Flannel Shirt. Soft enough for the office and sturdy enough for wood chopping, leaf raking, and tinkering with your commuter bike in the garage for the afternoon, the Harkers was built to be your fall and winter companion. Aesthetic features like reinforced elbow patches and custom metal buttons also come with durability-enhancing purpose, while a classic flap pocket completes the look.
- Prepared for a chill in the air and a host of fall chores
- Soft brushed fabric cut in a regular silhouette
- Reinforced elbows and metal buttons for durability
- Item #HBR0017
What do you think about this product?
April 17, 2019
Howler Bros for the win...again
I have never bought a Howler Bros Flannel that I didn't like. They are a little pricey but they always look good. I'll buy another 3 next year when it starts getting cold again!
December 31, 2018
Great for all occasions
I gave this as a gift and received great feedback: good all purpose flannel... comes in handy for all occasions. A must buy
November 14, 2017
Feels soft looks tough
I went with a medium first but found it to be a little short in length. Stepped up to a large and love the weight and feel of the shirt. It is perfect for those cooler fall days.
May 9, 2017
I am one of those guys who is usually in between sizes. This is one of those "manly" shirts that fits true to size. On the thicker side, great look/colors, and soft. Wore it to the office this morning since it was a touch brisk and couldn't be happier. Pairs well with shorts or pants has a little bit more of that casual surf vibe but has no problems holding its own in a mountain town.
December 2, 2016
I have one, now my mom wants one
I got this. Now my mom wants one. Weird. Soft, supple, kinda thick. Perfect.
October 8, 2016
My go to
This shirt is my pumpkin spice. When the leaves change color and the wind gets chilly this is my go to shirt. I love it. The more I wear it the softer it gets.
Colby D Crossland