We were tired of cheap flannels that start looking shabby after a few washes, and are blown out and worn out after a few years.
Flannels started as a comfortable but hard working shirt for hardworking men. But, not all flannels are created equal, cheap fabrics and cost saving construction results in a poorly made, bad looking shirt.
We wanted to bring back the longevity of good flannel shirts in a modern fit and extra-mile attention to detail. Our fabrics, our fit, our buttons and real leather patch, make Distinctly Crafted Tobacco Flannels are second to none.
Our flannels feature a trim, tailored fit; if you are in between sizes, or desire a more roomy fit, we recommend sizing up. Compare your body measurements to the size chart.
• 100% Double Brushed Cotton
• Campfire Red or Frost Blue Color Way
• Pattern Aligned Seams and Pockets
• Adjustable Cuff Opening
• Long Body for Better Reach and Rear Coverage
• Custom Buttons
• Leather Clip Patch
About Tobacco Motorwear
We’re on a mission to make the best looking, most protective gear you can get.
At Tobacco Motorwear Company, we believe you shouldn’t have to sacrifice style for safety. We’re dedicated to creating premium quality motorcycle gear in classic styles that look awesome on and off your bike, while providing protection where you need it most.
Quality Built to Last
We aren’t into the “fast fashion” thing. We have always used the best materials available and make products that get better with age. From Cone Mills and Japanese Selvedge Denim to genuine Dupont Kevlar. We stand behind all of our products because we take the time to make them right.
Made by Craftsmen in the USA and Skilled Partners Worldwide
All of Tobacco’s protective apparel is made in downtown Los Angeles. Some companies make nothing in the USA, others make the bulk of their products overseas. We make most of our products here and only choose to import items that are simply done better elsewhere. Always ensuring our manufacturing partners are ethical and up to producing the quality required by Tobacco.