The origins of flannel can be traced back to the early 17th century in the United Kingdom.
While some say it was invented in Scotland, others say it was the farmers in Wales who first wore flannel. It was a warm and comfortable material which effectively provided protection from the harsh elements.
Flannel made its way to France in the late 17th century, followed by Germany in the 18th century.
It continued to increase in popularity throughout Europe and made its way to the United States in 1869 thanks to the Industrial Revolution.
By 1950, flannel shirts were considered a symbol of North American hardworking ruggedness – etched in Canadian and American folklore by the folk hero Paul Bunyan.
Flannel became a staple of mainstream fashion in the 1990’s thanks to grunge rockers like Nirvana and Pearl Jam.
By 2010, grunge style was out, but the "hipster" revolution gravitated towards flannel shirts for their earthy and artisanal feel.
Fast forward to 2021 and the love for flannel shirts is still going strong. It's safe to say that flannel isn't going anywhere anytime soon.
Your THC Flannel shirt:
- 9 oz. Modern fit
- 80% cotton, 20% polyester
- 2 chest pockets with button flaps
- Half back yoke (the yoke is the area under the collar, that drapes over the shoulder and creates the crisp lines of the shirt’s backside)
- Premium embroidered patches
The best way to select a size is to take your favourite garment, lay it flat and check the measurements.
Compare those measurements with our size guide and choose the one that matches best.
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