5 of the Best Taylor Stitch Sweaters

Needless to say, the nights are getting a bit chillier as we edge ever closer to Christmas and you’re going to want to add some sweaters to your wardrobe rotation over the next few weeks, that’s for sure. Well, the guys at Taylor Stitch have some absolute crackers to choose from and these winter warmers will keep you looking cool but feeling warm and that’s a real win, win in our book here at Coolector HQ.

Check out our pick of 5 of the best sweaters from the guys at Taylor Stitch below:

Taylor Stitch Hardtack Sweater – $248

Made from 100% pure cashmere, there really is no expiration on Taylor Stitch’s Hardtack Sweater ($248). Crafted to really stand the test of time – from the everlasting, goes-with-everything demeanour, to the real attention to detail that has gone into the construction, right down to the sheepskin elbow reinforcements, this will be a go-to sweater for years to come. This devilishly dapper donegal-flecked sweater will beat the chill tomorrow the same as it will in over a decade’s time such is the quality of the craftsmanship. Plus the cashmere yarns ensure that it’s going to be more comfortable than just about anything else in your closet. ($248)

Taylor Stitch Rangeley Sweater – $168

Crafted from merino wool, the Taylor Stitch Rangeley Sweater ($168) is one mighty comfortable and warming piece of outerwear for all your winter adventures. From dockside to mountainside to deskside, this expertly crafted sweater is Taylor Stitch’s take on the ever-classic and seasonless Nordic uniform. Whether it’s the depths of winter or just a chillier summer’s day, this fantastic looking sweater is definitely going to be one of the first things that you reach for. With the desire to offer a layer fit for any season and any occasion, Taylor Stitch have hit the nail on the head with their brilliant looking Rangeley Sweater which is made from merino yarns which are odour resistant, body temperature regulating and naturally breathable. ($168)

Taylor Stitch Lodge Sweater

Made with a combination of merino wool and yak’s wool, this awesome Lodge Sweater from Taylor Stitch will be quite unlike anything else in your outerwear line up. Effortlessly cool and wonderfully warming, this magnificent piece from Taylor Stitch will surprise you with the softness of the yak wool (which is second only to cashmere) and this combination knit aims to keep things cozy during those bitter days spent huddled up in the cabin this fall and winter. A great looking sweater which uses unusual materials to deliver impeccable comfort and warmth.

Taylor Stitch Fisherman Sweater – $188

If there’s one group of men who manage to make keeping warm look great, it’s the fishermen and that’s something which you’ll witness in the awesome aesthetics of the Taylor Stitch Fisherman Sweater ($188) which is definitely one of our favourite pieces of outerwear from the San Francisco based brand here at Coolector HQ. The Fisherman Sweater is made from 100% merino wool with a moss stitch construction and Taylor Stitch takes its cue from the salty sailors and have designed a seaworthy silhouette fit for the inclement weather of any coastal community. Set sail, cast away, and head to the horizon – this excellent take on the classic Fisherman sweater will keep you nice and warm whether your daily catch is halibut or a pint of craft beer after work. ($188)

Taylor Stitch Apres Hoodie – $118

Whilst it may not technically be a sweater, the Apres Hoodie from Taylor Stitch ($118) is too good to be ignored. Made from 55% Hemp/ 45% Organic Cotton, this first rate hoodie has heavily brushed fleece, YKK Antique brass, two way seperating zipper with leather pull, two lower welt hand warmer pockets, with leather triangle reinforcements and custom San Francisco Map pocketing. The use of hemp really elevates the performance of this top class hoodie as it adds strength and abrasion resistance while also delivering an unparalleled character to the finished garment. Pesticide-free by its very nature (it’s a weed), blending hemp with organic cotton makes for a fabric free from chemicals which are harmful to our environment. And an awesome piece of outerwear of course. ($118)

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