Looking for a lightweight or chunky men's cashmere crew neck sweater?
Did you know that a men's cashmere crew neck sweater can be worn in any season? Wear a 2-ply sweater with nothing under it, or choose a thicker, warmer sweater made with up to 10-ply wool... You can also try one of our exceptional pieces made with cashmere duvet!
Men's cashmere crew neck sweater - change up your style!
Try out a new look by choosing different styles from our collection of men's cashmere crewneck sweaters. You'll be awed by the variety of styles that our design team has concocted for you this year! Discover our selection of crew neck sweaters in 2-ply wool, as well as our thicker 4-, 6-, 8- or 10-ply styles. 2-ply wool is the "classic" weight, and can be worn all year round. The more threads are used, the thicker the sweater is.
You're going to be amazed by the variety of styles in our new collection! But which one should you choose? The basic 2-ply men's cashmere crewneck sweater is a sleek and elegant style. Wear it with a blazer at the office and with jeans on the weekend. For a more casual style, choose a men's cashmere crew neck sweater with a variety of patterns, jacquard, or cable knit.
Our collection of men's cashmere crewneck sweaters has styles with buttons, raglan sleeves, short sleeves... Don't miss our fabulous styles made from cashmere duvet! You'll sure to fall for its incredible softness...
And at Mahogany, our men's crew neck sweater is also available in other stylish and sexy materials. Explore our selection of styles made from baby alpaca, Giza 45 cotton, yak and camel wool.
Another bonus: a large range of colors for your men's crewneck cashmere sweater
Each year, you'll find our men's crew neck cashmere sweaters in a range of colors. Many of our styles are available in all 38 colors! If your favorite color isn't in stock, we'll make a sweater especially for you in just a few weeks!
We use only the thinnest, longest, whitest wool threads to make your men's crew neck cashmere sweater. Using ultra-white wool means we can avoid bleaching the wool. This preserves the fiber's natural splendor and is better for the environment.