Cardigans and sweaters are a mainstay of any man’s winter wardrobe rotation and if the time has come to add some new options to your line up, you’re in luck because there are some belters out there at the minute. Regardless of your style or budget, you’ve got plenty of options to get your layering game on point and, as always, Huckberry is one of our first ports of call for the best menswear choices.
Check out our pick of 6 of the best sweaters and cardigans for men this Christmas below:
Schott Motif Cardigan – $178
This chunky beauty will definitely be a winter warmer and that’s why the Schott Motif Cardigan ($178) is on the top of our list here at Coolector HQ this Christmas. It boasts a thick and cozy blend of cotton, polyester, and yak wool that will keep the cold weather at bay over the next few months. It has a soft shawl collar which offers extra warmth and style. Notorious as the godfather of the American leather jacket, Schott have expanded their apparel reach with this awesome collection of cold weather sweaters.
Whether you identify more as Mr. Rogers or The Dude, Schott have delivered the Motif Cardigan to help you channel the cool guy styles that only a quality cardigan can bring. Crafted from a thick blend of cotton, polyester, and yak wool, it boasts a vintage Western aesthetic and a cozy shawl collar for a complete look that is refreshingly unique. ($178)
Taylor Stitch Hardtack Sweater – $228
The fantastic looking Hardtack Sweater from Taylor Stitch ($228) is softer than cashmere and sustainably crafted from soft baby yak wool. It boasts Donegal flecks add depth and texture to the look and feel of this first class sweater and it will go with any of your layering endeavours this winter.
A solid investment piece for your winter wardrobe which has been crafted with cozy baby yak wool. It’s the type of layering piece that you might expect your most charming professor from university to have stashed in his cedar wardrobe – or simply the kind of layer you slip on to feel cozy and polished all at once. A has an understated flecking which provides a unique texture, while the sheepskin tan elbow patches add a touch of rugged durability. ($228)
Devold of Norway Nordsjo Crew Sweater – $250
The Norwegians know a thing or two about cold weather so you shouldn’t be surprised to hear that this Devold of Norway Nordsjo Crew Sweater ($250) is a top pick of ours for winter here at Coolector HQ. Each one has been crafted from 100% wool from Norwegian sheep, this classic wool sweater was originally made for fishermen and workers on the Norwegian coast. It has a ribbed fisherman’s neck, hem, and sleeves trap in warmth and it is naturally breathable to keep you comfortable and dry.
Since Devold’s inception in 1882, the heritage brand from Norway has been a go-to for countless polar explorers, rugged fishermen, and outdoorsmen. But we find these hearty wool sweaters are just as suitable for everyday wear as they are for Nordic ice fishing or crossing Antarctica on foot. With unbeatable quality and a century and a half of wool manufacturing expertise, each one is made to last a lifetime and designed to keep you warm no matter how frigid it gets outside. ($250)
Peregrine Funky Sweater – $145
Boasting a rib knit construction with clean lines, this Funky Sweater from Peregrine ($145) will add a touch of vibrancy to your winter wardrobe. It is a contemporary take on vintage shooting jumper with block colouring that will make it a stand out piece of apparel that you’ll regularly reach for when the temperatures begin to plummet.
For the guys at Peregrine, making clothes isn’t just an art, it’s a way of life and this shines through in awesome pieces like this Funky Sweater. They’re a family owned and operated brand with over 220 years of experience manufacturing clothes in the UK. And in 1956, the Glover family decided to branch out from just manufacturing and started the brand Peregrine as an homage to their ancestry and traditional British fashion. Today, they still manufacture 100% of their products in Britain with no plans to change things up. ($145)
Finesterre Westray Crew Sweater – $155
This uber cool Westray Crew from Finisterre ($155) is knit from a Donegral textured tweed yarn spun from 100% Irish wool that delivers both exceptional comfort and unparalleled style. Sweaters like this are as much a part of the fisherman’s uniform as their waders and beanies in the UK. It is made from minimally processed wool for an all-natural look and feel that will make it one of your favourite layering pieces for winter.
It has a super warm and soft chunky yarns knit in a traditional cable stitch pattern that we’re loving here at The Coolector and it is the sort of versatile apparel that goes with any outfit choices this winter. It has a ribbed hem, cuffs, and neck and has been fully fashioned for a clean, seamless interior finish. ($155)
Wills Cashmere Shawl Collar Cardigan – $245
The Shawl Collar Cardigan from Wills ($245) is made from a Mongolian cashmere and wool blend for a wonderfully soft feel and functional durability that will keep you warm and stylish all winter long. The large shawl collar protects the neck and brings next-level warmth to your winter wardrobe. This super cool cardigan has a five-button placket with dual hand pockets and the cashmere wool is airspun into yarn in Italy for even higher quality control.