You Should Be Wearing Howler Bros This Fall
Their apparel is equally stylish and comfortable
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Howler Brothers clothing honors the soul, passion, and timeless style of water sports with updated modern design influences taken from waves, water, geography, fashion, and art. Their clothing performs well and looks great too. Here are some of our favorite pieces.
Kameron Hoody ($95)
Featuring a marled cotton blend fleece with a smooth outer and fuzzy interior and a durable cotton/nylon blend at hood and yoke, the Kameron has the potential to become your new favorite hoody. Handwarmer pockets in the front and a zippered stash pocket in the lower back are utilitarian, which drawstrings and leather cord stoppers add a touch of style.
Harker's Flannel ($89)
It's hard to improve the classic flannel, and the best part about the Harker is that it doesn't try to be something it's not. It fits and feels like your favorite fall layer, just with a few unique style touches like diagonal stripes, handwarmer pockets, and custom metal buttons.
Rounder Vest ($135)
Although it takes its cues from classic western styles, the Rounder uses modern materials like water-resistant rip-stop outer shell fabric to resists tears and abrasions and repels water, custom snap hardware, and lightweight Primaloft One insulation.
Roadrunner Shell ($125)
Most shells Outside reviews are highly technical and look great when you're in the mountains, but not so good as a casual layer. The Roadrunner bucks this trend. It's a well-styled shirt jacket cut from a sturdy cotton chambray with a durable water-repellent coating and loads of pockets.
Howler Brothers Snapback ($30)
A bit larger than a standard mesh back hat, this snapback features a taller crown with a snapback closure, a pliable flat brim with glare-cutting navy underneath, and rooster patch on the front.