The weather is perfect for rocking a hoodie every day from coast to coast and oddly enough it’s already time to start thinking about what we want to ask Santa for this year. Since we’re officially in hoodie season I thought I’d pull together some of the best hoodies out there right now. With that said, there’s no reason to wait for Santa and your wishlist when you can pull the trigger on any of these hoodies below today.
I’ve pulled together some of 2020’s best hoodies for guys. These range in style in price but each offers up unique elements that you might be looking for in your new hoodie. Normally I’d dig deep into the details on every hoodie but I’m starting to believe that you (the reader) have a pretty clear idea of what you want in a hoodie without me talking about the types of cotton blends, stitching, weather-proofing elements, and details about the lining so I’ll let you guys decide which hoodie(s) you want to learn more about by following the links throughout.
I was first turned onto Fourlaps Hoodies when they did a collaboration with Peloton over a year ago (they recently did another) and I’ve loved their running shorts along with their hoodies. It’s my go-to hoodie in cold weather. The Fourlaps Rush Hoodie 2.0 ($98) and the Fourlaps Rush Pullover Hoodie 2.0 ($98) are both excellent options they just differ a bit stylistically so it’s up to a matter of personal preference. The Outerknown Sur Snap Hoodie ($128) is made from crazy soft French terry fabric.
The Patagonia Diamond Quilted Bomber Hoodie ($169) and the Arc’teryx Atom LT Hoodie ($259) are two heavy-duty options for when it gets cold out. These are shells as much as they are hoodies, offering warmth and protection from the elements while staying true to a hoodie fit and feel.
- Fourlaps Rush Hoodie 2.0 [$98]
- Outerknown Sur Snap Hoodie [$128]
- Fourlaps Rush Pullover Hoodie 2.0 [$98]
- Patagonia Diamond Quilted Bomber Hoodie [$169]
- Arc’teryx Atom LT Hoody [$259]
The Asket Hoodie ($110):
I wanted to put the Asket Hoodie ($110) as a standalone item here because their mission is to bring you a world-class men’s garment at a cost that’s less than the competition. They even give a breakdown of the cost in materials and production of them vs. their competitors on their website. This hoodie comes in Dark Navy, Black, or Mud Green and it’s cut from their custom-developed heavyweight 100% organic cotton loopback. They’ve optimized for form and function with this hoodie and you 100% get more than you’re paying for.
Here are the other five best men’s hoodies to add to your holiday wishlist this year with that first one from Lululemon a personal favorite of mine:
The first one is the Lululemon ‘At Ease’ Hoodie ($148) which is my personal favorite here. I picked this hoodie up a few weeks ago and I’ve been wearing it on the couch quite literally every single day since. I have it in this Heathered Ancient Copper colorway but it also comes in a Light Grey style. It has a four-way stretch and a large Kangaroo pouch (with an internal zipper pocket) for tucking your hands or valuables. There’s a hidden ‘media pocket’ for you phone. This is truly the most comfortable and best-fitting hoodie I’ve ever owned so check this one out for sure (and thank me later!).
The Wellen Recycled Denim Hoodie ($88) is cut from a mid-weight French terry fabric that feels excellent on the skin. This is a hoodie you’ll want to wear with t-shirt underneath because it’s that comfy. The Flint and Tinder 10-Year Hoodie ($110) comes in a bunch of different colors and all sizes. Each hoodie is made by hand from 20+ American workers from start to finish.
- Lululemon ‘At Ease’ Hoodie [$148]
- Wellen Recycled Denim Hoodie [$88]
- Flint and Tinder 10-Year Hoodie [$108]
- Relwen Superfleece Hoodie [$198]
- Armor-Lux Merino Hoodie [$215]
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Cass is a partner at BroBible and he’s been found here for the better part of a decade. He’s based out of Florida and you can contact him on Twitter at @casspa or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
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