The Getup: It’s Cold & Wet, But There’s Work To Do Stay comfortable and look great in smart layering.9 January,2018By Andrew Snavely Andrew Snavely Andrew is the founder and editor of Primer. He's a graduate of American University and currently lives in Los Angeles. Read more about Primer on our About page. On Instagram: @andrewsnavely and @primermagazine. Casual StyleShoes & BootsStyleThe GetupWinter Style Will Solid Getup, at some really great prices. Well done. http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew Thanks Will! 🙂 Ross Like the chamois shirt! I’ve been thinking of purchasing one. As a Minnesota resident I definitely appreciate the winter layers but holy crap, thermal base, chamois mid layer, and a mock 1/4 zip sweater… damn that might even work in the North ‘dontcha knoe’. Haha. Any one know how the flannel lined chinos? And are long thermal underwear needed as a base layer with the chinos? http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew haha! This one isn’t messing around. Ross Damn the chamois shirt is out of stock in the medium tall size. Ben I picked up some flannel lined chinos for football games at bass pro shops and they are warm. http://www.basspro.com/shop/en/redhead-flannel-lined-bear-creek-pants-for-men rogun I just spent $70 on a chamois shirt from J.Crew, because it’s a slim fit, but then so is this one. You’re a few days late Andrew… 😉 Zac Silk Just ordered the quilted bomber from the last getup. Sized up as suggested, but i’m going to have to invest in some more quilted jackets. The overshirt and the quarter zip are perfect for this type of year as well, I always seems to be on the lookout for overshirts in varying colours. I’m taking notes with the flannel lined chinos though, glad to see there’s somewhere other than J Crew that does them at a slightly lower price point. Shame they haven’t expanded J Crew factory to the U.K yet, still waiting on that one. Killer job Andrew, when it gets to the mid 30’s in the U.K i’m going to be heading straight to this article for this exact look.