Men's Sweaters(112 items)
Welcome to Novica's Men's Sweaters Collection. Add global flair to your wardrobe with a cardigan or pullover that has been handcrafted just for you by artisans worldwide.
Featured Reviews on Men's Sweaters
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!
Beautiful all occasions sweater.
This sweater is gorgeous, warm but breathable, and very comfortable. Casual yet sophisticated craftsmanship. Sizing does seem to run a bit small. Washing instructions are no joke with alpaca- so do make sure to handle with care. A very unique and cherished item.
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
Fernando Cano Alpaca apparel
"If you truly want something in life, you will do all that is within your means to get it."
I was born in 1973 in the district of Macate in Ancash. My parents were engaged in agriculture. I consider myself a very creative man, and very enterprising - I always want to be doing things, to go forward and never to stay behind. I am very active and sociable.... read more
Popular Men's Sweaters
Multicolor Alpaca Men's Sweater with Forest Green, "Andean Homeland"$149.95
Precisely knitted motifs distinguish this handsome men's sweater from Peru's Fernando Cano. Working in luxurious alpaca wool, he creates a design of intricate geometry in shades of orange, beige, grey and red with forest green accents.
Men's Irish Aran Islands Wool V-Neck Sweater, "Cliffs of Inis Mor"$159
Handsomely blending the traditional and the fashionable, our wool V-neck sweater is a complex patchwork of some of the most famous Aran Islands stitches, each steeped in symbolism. The cable stitch represents the fisherman’s rope, bringing safety and good luck to its wearer and the trellis stitch represents the patterns of the small stone-walled fields, offering protection from the strong island winds. Made in County Mayo, Ireland.
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.
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