8 of the Comfiest Men’s Sweaters for Fall

Fall is the season when sweaters make an appearance from your wardrobe rotation once again and if, like us here at The Coolector, comfort is a key component, there is no shortage of options on the digital shelves of Huckberry. Chock full of awesome brands, you’ll find something that more than fits your style and budget.

Check out our pick of 8 of the comfiest men’s sweaters for Fall below:

Wellen Seawool Fisherman Sweater – $128

Available in Charcoal and Navy, the Wellen Seawool Fisherman Sweater ($128) is a real all-rounder that will be one of the first pieces of apparel you reach for this Fall. Somewhat remarkably, it’s made from recycled plastic bottles and oyster shells and boasts a temperature-regulating warmth that will keep you warm but prevents overheating. ($128)


Wills Speckled Merino Crewneck – $98

Made from a warm and lightweight merino wool that breathes and keeps you warm, it’s hard not to love the Wills Speckled Merino Crewneck ($98). The speckled yarns add an elevated touch of style and it has ribbing on the cuffs, hem, and neckline. This sweater is knit from cruelty-free merino wool from South America and has a raglan construction for a comfortable and flexible fit. ($98)


Taylor Stitch The Hardtack Sweater – $248

This exclusive Olive colourway is something you can only get from Huckberry so make sure you don’t miss out on this one. The Taylor Stitch The Hardtack Sweater ($248) has a super soft hand-feel from the jersey stitch and baby yak wool construction and boasts responsibly harvested yak wool which is collected and cleaned when the animals naturally shed their plush undercoats in springtime. The subtle Donegal flecks add a great depth and texture to proceedings and we’re loving the aesthetic here at Coolector HQ. ($248)


Billy Reid Dover Sweater – $195

Billy Reid’s menswear collections have garnered him an array of prestigious awards thanks courtesy of their sharp fits, custom-developed materials and a keen eye toward manufacturing locations and practices. This ace looking Billy Reid Dover Sweatshirt ($195) has all the cozy comfort we love about the style, and joined with the stylish detailing that we’ve come to expect from Billy Reid’s designs. Win, win. ($195)


Far Afield Maurice Wool Knit – $155

This is a traditional fisherman’s chunky sweater that will keep you toasty warm well into winter. The Far Afield Maurice Wool Knit ($155) uses a heavyweight wool and polyester blend which gives a little stretch while keeping you warm and comfortable day in, day out. It has a ribbed collar and waist and roll-up ribbed cuffs for added texture and style. ($155)


Outerknown Fisherman Sweater – $158

This relaxed cable knit Outerknown Fisherman Sweater ($158) is built from sustainably sourced wool and cotton. Each one is “fully fashioned” which means the panels aren’t sewn but knit together for a high-quality and robust construction that will keep pace with any adventures you find yourself on this fall. The slits at the ribbing seam removes the bunching effect found in other sweaters and it has a finish which will make you feel eternally ready to navigate a heavy sea, but courtesy of its clever construction, won’t weigh you down in warmer weather. ($158)


Alex Mill Reverse Seam Sweater in Superfine Merino – $115

Given the affordable price tag, the super soft and super fine merino wool construction of this Alex Mill Reverse Seam Sweater in Superfine Merino ($115) is all the more remarkable. The Merino provides all-day comfort by regulating temperature and delivering a moisture wicking performance. The eye-catching reverse seam construction adds a unique touch to this sweater and it is made from a mid-weight fabric for year-round layering. ($115)


Schott Wool Blend Elk Sweater Jacket – $190

This Schott Wool Blend Elk Sweater Jacket ($190) is an extra comfortable zip up sweater jacket with a faux sherpa lining that will keep you warm when the temperatures take a tumble. It has ribbed cuffs and waistline and a shawl collar for warmth and casual style. The elk motif is woven into the fabric and it boasts some handy dual welt hand-warmer pockets that we’re loving at Coolector HQ. ($190)

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