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10 of the best bargains from the Howler Brothers January Sale

  • Jan 12, 2024
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10 of the best bargains from the Howler Brothers January Sale

Another of our favourite menswear brands here at The Coolector, namely, Howler Brothers, are running a sale so gargantuan it is simply to good to miss and the vast majority of their awesome wares currently have some discount or other. If you’re wanting to add some apparel awesomeness to your winter wardrobe, check out our pick of the 10 best bargains from the Howler Brothers January Sale below:

Merlin Jacket

The Merlin Jacket was HB’s first stab at making a puffy jacket way back in 2015. They’ve made a change here or there but the basic magic of the Merlin has stood the test of time ever since. Filled with thermally efficient Primaloft Gold insulation, the Merlin is the perfect stand-alone puffy or enchantingly warm mid-layer under a shell when the mercury really plummets.

Talisman Grid Fleece

Howler Brothers designed the Talisman Fleece to pull double duty as the ideal throw on for any chilly day or as the ideal midweight baselayer under your ski shell or puffy when you need to put up a fight against the elements. It’s crafted from super light grid fleece with a fresh nylon yoke and triple pocket configuration to stash your ski pass, energy bar or beer tickets.

Crosscut Deluxe Snapshirt

The Crosscut Deluxe from HB is the most sought-after item in their fall line year in and year out. Yes, the vintage-inspired motif embroidery makes a hefty statement but so too do the bountiful pearl snaps, western yokes and robust stretch chambray. Collect these right along with your Gauchos for year-round Howler coverage

Harkers Flannel Shirt

The Harker’s Flannel delivers buttery soft warmth to the Howler table. They’ve kept it simple enough to be a staple in your closet but added a little Howler vibe with a single button-through flap pocket on the left chest, reinforced elbow patches, custom metal buttons and a hunter’s yoke on the right shoulder.

Rounder Vest

The Rounder Vest from Howler Brothers ropes the cold on every range with its striking western styling, core warming Primaloft® insulation and water-resistant polyester micro rip-stop outer shell. The Rounder is still the one to grab when you want to straddle the line between cool Western styles and puffy warmth.

Vapors Fleece

The Vapors Grid Fleece Overshirt is a favourite at Coolector HQ as it expertly toes the line between a shirt and a jacket. It’s ideal for the cool snaps of winter but it also becomes a perfect layer when we are hitting full Rocky Mountain cold. Made of midweight grid fleece with a tonal nylon front and back yoke and single snap front pocket.

Voltage Jacket

Howler Bro’s Voltage Full Zip Jacket is a great travel companion for all kinds of weather contingencies ranging from just brisk to balmy. With 60-gram PrimaLoft Gold Insulation packed into HB’s unique lightning quilting and a hood, the Voltage is versatile warmth that works equally well by itself or layered under a shell.

Plusherman Terry Polo

Howler Brothers channeled some Howler love into a reimagination of the 70’s cabana classic terry cloth polo. The result is the unbelievably soft and unique Plusherman Terry Polo. Vintage vibes with modern fit and features. Trust us on this one.

Chisos Fleece Parka

Like its siblings, the Chisos Fleece Parka is crafted from cosy, warm 100% polyester high pile fleece but HB stepped it up by throwing in a hood, zipper pockets and athletic-wear-inspired ribbed cuffs and waistband. The result is an ultra-useable jacket for outdoors with an added touch of streetwear vibe for days in the city.

Conveyor Coat

Whether you’re traveling across the city or across the country, mash the pedal in HB’s brand new Conveyor Coat. Taking inspiration from denim jackets and workwear of the not-too-distant past, the Conveyor’s rugged cotton body, corduroy collar, and subtle tonal detailing straddle the lane between style and utility.

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