Blue Sweaters for Men(34 items)
Featured Reviews on Blue Sweaters for Men
The sweater that receives many compliments
This is a beautiful sweater. My husband had the brown/tan colored one for years and needed a new one. The colors are beautiful and it is very soft and warm. We never have these dry cleaned. Dirt just seems to stay away from them through the natural oils in the alpaca wool. Highly recommend!
My husbands favorite sweater
My husband wears this sweater as his go to the whole season of winter, he loves it, dress it down or up, I love the colors and the fabric is soft and nice to the touch
This was a gift and the recipient has worn in numerous times since receiving it. The fit was as expected and the pattern is really nice, just as pictured.
Popular Blue Sweaters for Men
World War II Military Sweater, "Over There"$149.95
Part of standard-issue military wear during WWII, sweaters like this wool pullover were popular among servicemen for comfort, durability, and easy pullover warmth. The shawl-collar style buttons up to cut the cold just as it did onboard aircraft carriers in the '40s. Cotton twill canvas-reinforced elbows add durability.
Men's V-Neck Cotton Blend Pullover in Indigo from Peru, "Warm Adventure in Indigo"$54.95
For a warm companion on your adventures, this men's pullover from Peru is designed by Violeta Pacheco. She works with a cotton blend in solid indigo to knit this men's top, which features a V-neck and long sleeves. A lightweight design makes this pullover perfect for the spring and summer months.
Scottish Felted Wool Cardigan, "Scottish Isles"$229
The simple design of our zip-front sweater hides a 500-year history of wool textiles in Scotland. The unique material--felted lamb’s-wool that’s softer and cozier than synthetic fleece, but with all the advantages of natural wool--is made by Lochaven in the heart of Scotland’s traditional textile district of Stewarton. Our grey-trimmed, felted lamb’s-wool sweater is soft and naturally water-resistant, both wind-resistant and breathable. By training young apprentices in knitting, felting, and sewing techniques, they help keep time-honored textile traditions alive and constantly bring new ideas into the industry. They’ve even become a respected costume creator for Hollywood films, including all of the Hogwarts school uniforms for the Harry Potter movies.