6 of the Best Wool Sweaters for Winter

New Year has been and gone but that doesn’t mean to say the temperatures are up to scratch yet so, if you’re anything like us here at Coolector HQ, you’re probably in the market for some winter warmers to add to your wardrobe still. Wool Sweaters are one of the best pieces of apparel for keeping the winter elements at bay and the guys at Huckberry have got some absolute belters.

Check out 6 of the best Wool Sweaters from Huckberry below:

Far Afield Tanner Ribbed Knit Sweater – $150

This traditional Fisherman’s sweater is made from a heavyweight wool and polyester blend for the ultimate in warming performance. The Far Afield Tanner Ribbed Knit Sweater ($150) is from a contemporary British menswear brand with a global inspiration in Far Afield. It’s pretty safe to say that the UK is no stranger to a constant nip in the air and this sweater is designed with this inclement weather in mind. It has a ribbed collar and waist and roll-up ribbed cuffs for added texture and style so it will go great as part of any winter outfit. ($150) 

Peregrine Hudson Aran Sweater – $144

This chunky, stylish jumper with traditional cable detailing is right up our street here at The Coolector and will certainly help keep your warm during the cold months ahead before spring. The Peregrine Hudson Aran Sweater ($144) has been knit in 100% British wool and is from the guys at Peregrine, where making clothes isn’t just an art, it’s a way of life. 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. ($144)

Suit Ingmar Sweater – $140

This heavyweight sweater with a roll knock has the most eye-catching aesthetic of our pick of winter warming sweaters and if you want to turn heads whilst keeping warm, this is the one for you. The Suit Ingmar Sweater ($140) has a structured knit pattern and is crafted from an insulating wool blend knit with acrylic for extra strength and robustness. Hidden behind the refined tailoring of a Suit sweater is a technical craftsmanship which makes them ideally suited for an active, urban living. Modern designs that never forget the classic style they were born from, and all made with an unparalleled eye for detail found nowhere else. ($140)

Outerknown Eastbank Crew Sweater – $158

Classic design and first rate materials combine to make this Outerknown Eastbank Crew Sweater ($158) a must in our opinion here at The Coolector. This cracking piece of apparel is made from upcycled materials that are built to last which includes wool and organic cotton which doesn’t wreck the environment and waterways with pesticides and also needs much less water to grow. These brilliant sweaters from Outerknown use a Moss stitch that give it incredible loft and makes it feel ridiculously soft to the touch. ($158)

Finisterre Bundoran Sweater – $131

Cold weather specialists, Finisterre, are one of the best in the business so far as sweaters are concerned and we’re loving the aesthetic of this first class piece. The Finisterre Bundoran Sweater ($131) is knit from Donegal textured tweed yarn made with 100% Woolmark-accredited Irish wool and is inspired from a passion for surfing and plenty of cold pre-dawn starts off the coast of Cornwall, England. The Bundoran is named for the famous surf spot off the coast of Ireland, and gets it’s very natural feel from the minimal processing of the Irish wool. ($131)

Askov Finlayson Isles Wool Sweater – $148

You can’t go wrong with suede forearm patches so if that sounds like your sort of thing, this ace looking Askov Finlayson Isles Wool Sweater ($148) will be the one for you. This Minnesota-tough sweater has been built by the Scotts and ready for winter and it has been knitted by their professionals in a 141 year old Scottish mill across the Atlantic Ocean from their Minneapolis headquarters. There, every necessary detail that goes into this robust, wonderfully well crafted sweater will be accounted for since the Scotts rely on the wool sweater to keep them cozy year-round. ($148)

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