6 Sweaters I Want Santa To Sneak Under My Christmas Tree This Year

men's holiday sweaters 2020

Now that the warm weather states have finally gotten crushed by a few cold fronts we can OFFICIALLY state that it’s sweater season from coast to coast. I’ve taken this opportunity to pull together some of the best men’s sweaters for the 2020 holiday season. I’m not talking about Ugly Christmas Sweaters. That trend needs to end forever. I’m referring to sweaters that stylishly and appropriately fit the season.

This collection of six men’s sweaters are featured in ascending order of price, starting at $80 on up to $248. Let’s dive right into it, shall we?

The first sweater (below) is the Schott Button Henley Sweater [$80], let’s check it out:

men's holiday sweaters 2020

  • Heavyweight waffle weave sweater made with insulating wool blended with nylon for extra durability
  • Soft touch wool with excellent next-to-skin comfort
  • Classic henley styling and comfort with a three-button placket
  • Ribbed cuffs and hem help seal in warmth
  • Raglan sleeve design and split hem for extra range of motion

2. Mollusk Cambridge Sweater [$102]

men's holiday sweaters 2020

  • Soft merino and alpaca wool blended with nylon for extra durability
  • Merino wool naturally regulates temperature to keep your warm
  • Donegal fleck fabric adds some visual flair
  • Saddle shoulder construction for the perfect fit
  • Ribbed cuffs, hem, and collar
  • Pre-shrunk

3. Marine Layer Ml X Lf Stowe Crewneck Sweater [$135]

men's holiday sweaters 2020

  • A retro ski sweater with some wicked-cool chevron stripes at the shoulders
  • Built from organic cotton and recycled polyester for soft sustainability
  • Finished with ribbed cuffs and hem
  • Part of the collaboration between Marine Layer and Lost & Found, a collective that preserves photography and footage from years gone by

4. Finisterre Westray Crew [$155]

men's holiday sweaters 2020

  • Knit from a Donegral textured tweed yarn spun from 100% Irish wool
  • Super warm and soft chunky yarns knit in a traditional cable stitch pattern
  • Ribbed hem, cuffs, and neck
  • Fully fashioned for a clean, seamless interior finish
  • Relaxed fit
  • Knit in Romania

5. Peregrine Waffle Cardigan [$189]

men's holiday sweaters 2020

  • Composed of 100% British wool sheared from Yorkshire-raised sheep
  • Updated with a contemporary raglan sleeve to give it that casual feel
  • Shawl collar to keep your neck warm
  • Classic five button placket with oversized buttons
  • Designed to be worn as either a layer underneath a coat or on its own
  • Traditional waffle knit design
  • Made in the UK

6. The Hardtack Sweater by Taylor Stitch [$248]

men's holiday sweaters 2020

  • Exclusive Olive colorway you can only get from Huckberry
  • A soft and warm sweater perfect for layering in cool and cold weather
  • Layers perfectly over a shirt and under a coat
  • Super soft handfeel from the jersey stitch and baby yak wool construction
  • Made from yak wool that’s as soft as cashmere but more durable
  • Responsibly harvested yak wool is collected and cleaned when the animals naturally shed their plush undercoats in springtime
  • Subtle Donegal flecks add a great depth and texture
  • Genuine tan sheepskin at the elbow patches
  • Finished with a ribbed neck and cuff with double thickness

 

Let’s take a look at all of these sweaters one more time. You can click the corresponding product links above in this article or underneath the image below to purchase any of the sweaters featured here:

men's holiday sweaters 2020

[1] Schott Button Henley Sweater [$80]

[2] Mollusk Cambridge Sweater [$102]

[3] Marine Layer Ml X Lf Stowe Crewneck Sweater [$135]

[4] Finisterre Westray Crew [$155]

[5] Peregrine Waffle Cardigan [$189]

[6] The Hardtack Sweater by Taylor Stitch [$248]

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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 cass@brobible.com




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