5 of the Best Men’s Loungewear Pieces for Winter

Winter is the ideal season for grabbing warming pieces of apparel for lounging around in and we’ve compiled a list of 5 of the best winter warmers for this festive season. If you’re looking for the ultimate in effortlessly cool, warming gear this Christmas, look no further.

Check out our pick of 5 of the best men’s loungewear pieces for winter below:

Taylor Stitch Apres Pants – $118

The ultimate piece of apparel for lazing around this Christmas, we’re loving the Taylor Stitch Apres Pants ($118) here at Coolector HQ. The Apres Pants were designed with those moments when the boxes on your to-do list have all been ticked off and all that’s left to do is chill out and relax with some mulled wine or craft beers. Like a classier version of your favourite, well-worn sweatpants, the Apès Pant from Taylor Stitch are crafted from premium organic cotton and is light-washed to bring out the exceptional waffle texture. Every step you take in these comfy cold weather heroes feels like you never left your bed—even if you just went to the fridge for another beer. ($118)


Flint & Tinder 10 Year Pullover Hoodie – $98

The hoodie is a winter essential in our book here at The Coolector and they just don’t come much better than this 10 Year Pullover Hoodie from Flint & Tinder ($98). Billed as a ten year investment in your closet, this fantastic layering piece is a truly American product, passing through the hands of 20+ American workers on its journey to your doorstep. The no-nonsense construction begins with a beefy 23 oz fleece from South Carolina and twill tape from Philadelphia. It’s all expertly cut, sewn and washed in Los Angeles into a premium sweatshirt that’ll grow with you, the way your favourite sweatshirt should — softer with wear and backed by the stories of a decade. And you’ll love the fit which is as comfortable as they come. ($98)


Foret Cabin Fleece Jacket – $147

A fleece is an essential winter warmer in our book and this cracking Foret Cabin Fleece Jacket ($147) is going to offer more warmth than you can shake a stick out for lazing about around the wood burner this Christmas. This Portugese-made fleece can handle a day in the office and a night in the woods such is its versatility. An excellent layering piece, the Cabin Fleece is an wardrobe must-have when you’re bundled up by the fire or relaxing on the couch. Soft to touch and wonderful at retaining heat, you can’t go wrong using the Cabin Fleece as your go-to jacket. ($147)


Flint & Tinder Wool Camp Socks – $16

A warm pair of socks goes a long way in the comfort department and these ace Flint & Tinder Wool Camp Socks ($16) would be our pick here at Coolector HQ. The wool blend is moisture-wicking and temperature regulating and they boast a classic double stripe design that will add a touch of old school cool to your winter wardrobe. You can easily pair these with your favourite boots, jeans, and a flannel, and you’ve got a certified classic fall outfit on your hands. Plus they’re functional—the wool blend keeps your toes nice and toasty whether the weather’s fair or foul. ($16)


Topo Designs SubAlpine Fleece – $189

You can never have too many fleece in winter and this SubAlpine Fleece from Topo Designs ($189) definitely ticks all the right boxes for us here at Coolector HQ. It has a 100% polyester Polartec® double-face sherpa fleece finish which is super soft and provides next-level warmth this winter. The Subalpine fleece gives you the soft touch and warm feels of a familiar jacket with proficient heat-retention that you’d expect from a technical piece. ($189)

Leo is the owner of The Coolector and writes about the stuff he loves. And some stuff that he merely likes.