Five Brother Heavy Flannel Shirts

I like my flannel shirts like I like my chocolate milkshakes: thick. These Heavy Flannel Shirts from Five Brother are union-made in the USA out of heavy-duty, sanforized cotton and feature cat-eye buttons, a throat latch, and triple-needle stitched seams. Context has them in six colors, and each will run you $140. Drink up.

For price and purchase info, visit Context.

  • Amy @ The American-Made Guide to Life

    ::thumbs up::

  • AG

    Hey Five Bros. If your listening… Make these in a bigger size. Thanks.

  • ryan

    these sizes look really weird, but that red flannel one is very, very dope.

  • PMN

    The throat latch is a deal breaker.

  • Bryce

    These look cool! I have a few vintage Five Brother shirts that are pretty awesome!

  • G. Nelson

    I like the thrifted Five Brother flannels because… well.. they’re not $140.

  • Ryan

    FYI, our model is wearing a size medium. We photograph him wearing a medium in Engineered Garments, Gitman Vintage and Pendleton Thomas Kay collection. Certainly a slimmer fit than the thrifted Five Brother shirting from years past, but these are not made by the same people as the old Five Brother shirts. These are union made garments cut slim and presented using the old Five Brother label. One of our best selling shirting brands.

  • J. Novy

    I have a XL heavy red flannel shirt that I really liked. After the first wash, on cold wash and cool dry, the sleeves shrank about 3 to 4 inches. Very disappointing.

  • AKT6168

    slim cut flannels suck and they suck even worse at $140

  • PapaRob Bluesman

    Are you kidding me on the price? I have always bought 5 brothers and only paid 40 bucks. Thats a fair price. I think you guys are trying to kill the company. Wake up.

  • Techexchange

    I have NOS Deadstock Five Brother Flannel Shirts for sale on eBay in a variety of sizes for around $35