The Tuesday Steal: This Taylor Stitch Fisherman Sweater Is 30 Percent Off Right Now

Best men's sweater for winter

Although the days are positively flying by this winter, perhaps you’ve noticed one thing: It’s still bitterly cold out there, and that means you still need to bundle up in winter menswear essentials aplenty. Naturally, that’s where my friends at Taylor Stitch can help, and in a major way if you shop early and often this week. Now, as you’ve no doubt seen in shopping the brand, the Taylor Stitch Last Call section is something of a hidden gem, giving you instant access to an entire range of winter men’s style moves at discounted prices.

And while rugged picks like one of the best men’s jackets are always worth shopping at full price from the San Francisco brand, it’s the Taylor Stitch Last Call section that really delivers some serious bang for your buck. Case in point: Today’s featured deal, the chance to save 30 percent on the rugged Taylor Stitch Fisherman Sweater. It’s quite simply a standout deal for a classic men’s sweater, in this case made from modern, temperature-regulating merino wool in a thick, chunky fisherman-style ribbed knit.

Did I mention the Taylor Stitch Fisherman Sweater comes in two timeless colors for pairing with everything from tan chinos to inky blue selvedge denim? Yes indeed, and for good measure, the Taylor Stitch Fisherman Sweater boasts a double-knit ribbed neck for maximum warmth and coverage on blustery winter days.

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And again, it bears repeating: The Taylor Stitch Fisherman Sweater is 30 percent off for a limited time, with a solid range of sizes available. The next time you need to layer up this winter, reach for the Taylor Stitch Fisherman Sweater — and save some hard-earned cash in the process.


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