Flint and Tinder T-Shirts Review
The short and sweet of it is, Flint and Tinder t-shirts are some of the best t-shirts I own. You maybe wouldn't guess that as they're not super well known - I don't think - but I've been in love with them since I first opened the package.
While still small and growing, the brand's commitment to making a select amount of high-quality products was abundantly clear. Flint and Tinder's commitment to high quality is evident in not only their t-shirts, but other garments as well - which we'll get to later. The comfortability is off the charts, the clothes are perfect for summer, and they come in at a competitive price point as well.
The t-shirts I have aren't the Supima Air Knits which are made from California Supima cotton and knit with a new technique that creates a soft, luxurious fabric. Do I feel like I made the wrong choice not buying the Supima versions? No - not really. Because if they dedicate as much craft and quality to a t-shirt that is a lower price point, I'm comfortable known that the more expensive versions are going to be a bit better quality and the versions I have are just fine.
Overall the t-shirts have a great fit. Great length not only to the waist but also on the sleeves. It's just a great all around t-shirt. I've owned t-shirts from all different brands - Buck Mason, Mack Weldon, Hanes - and there is just something different about these Flint and Tinder t-shirts that I feel is under appreciated. They're not too heavy, but also not too light. They have an aire about them that screams main shirt, not undershirt - though they'd be perfect for an undershirt.
I just can't stress enough how great of t-shirts these are - and it's strange how under-the-radar the brand is in general. Flint and Tinder t-shirts are a good shape, made of the same super-soft material and have a good weight to wear both as the main shirt or as an undershirt.
Flint and Tinder 365 Chino Review
First, let's start with the Flint and Tinder 365 Chino price tag. It's $98. Now that the sticker shock has maybe worn off, let's get into what that $98 gives you. And it's a whole ton.
If you're into American-made products, the Flint and Tinder 365 chino are a perfect addition to your closet. The material of the chinos is 97% cotton and 3% lycra, which is perfect not only for comfort but also mobility. The look and especially the feel of the 365 chinos is second-to-none as far as I'm concerned. Plus, they come in a multitude of colors so you're sure to find a pair that fits you and your style.
The Flint and Tinder 365 chino are a true slim fit. Like, pretty slim. I'm a skinny guy and they're pretty skinny on me. But where they are skinny they make up for in stretch. So don't think that if slim isn't your look that you'll be really bound up - the Lycra give the Flint and Tinder 365 chino an almost yoga pant-like feel. I'm usually a size 32 - went with a size 32 when I purchased them - and they fit perfectly. Just know that when Flint and Tinder say slim, they mean slim. The inseam is a sturdy 33" which I'm personally a fan of. I love the bunched up look, so I'm all for it. However, if 33" is too long for you, you can always get them adjusted to your desired length without ruining the integrity of the pant itself.
I'm a huge fan of the Flint and Tinder 365 chino. I liked them much more than I thought I would. I assumed Flint and Tinder was a house-brand of Huckberry and therefore sort of wrote them off quality-wise. However, the Flint and Tinder 365 chino and the Flint and Tinder t-shirts have far exceeded my expectations. I highly recommend purchasing both the Flint and Tinder 365 chino and Flint and Tinder t-shirts if you're at all on the fence.