It’s officially sweater weather. Update your wardrobe this season with these five sweaters from some notable outdoor brands.
5 Warm Winter Sweaters
Icebreaker collaborated with Japanese design company Goldwin for a line of merino wool everyday wear. The items in the line are incredibly soft to the touch and hold all of merino wool’s natural properties. For a minimal and well-fitting merino sweater, look no further.
Flint and Tinder’s 10-Year collection touts heavyweight fabrics in classic silhouettes, like a crewneck and hoodie. We’ve worn Flint and Tinder’s 10-Year clothing and attest to its durability and luxurious feel. The clothing has an excellent drape and feels like it very well could last 10 years.
Known for recycling just about anything, like Gore-Tex, Patagonia released a recycled cashmere collection last week. The Recycled Cashmere Crew is made of 95 percent recycled cashmere and 5 percent wool. Patagonia collects the cashmere from preconsumer scraps, breaks them down, and spins them into new yarn.
Goldwin collaborated with artist Geoff McFetridge for a collection of minimalist design T-shirts and sweaters. McFetridge was skiing in Hokkaido, Japan, one winter and encountered a fox in the snowy wood — hence the small fox adorned on each item of clothing.
Backcountry Grid Fleece Crew-Neck Sweatshirt: $80 (Now on Sale for $56)
Backcountry.com released its lifestyle collection this fall with outdoors-inspired clothing designed in-house. Part of that collection is the Grid Fleece Sweatshirt, sporting cuffs around the arms and waist, and a slight grid-like pattern along the whole sweater.