Nautica Long Sleeve Cotton Woven Robe
Tommy Hilfiger Cozy Fleece Robe
Derek Rose Woburn Silk Robe
Picture any James Bond epilogue, the cliche rich guy: robes look good, and they feel good. These comfortable bits of sleepwear are for far more than the honeymoon suite. We’ve compiled the best robes for men, so you can pick, choose your comfort, and eagerly await your favorite piece of clothing you’ll ever own in the mail. Let’s jump into it.
The Best Robe For Men
In the very beggining, we have to bring up one of the underdogs in this battle: Nautica. You wouldn’t normally peg them for robe-crafters, but this 100% cotton robe brings you the perfect blend of hotel memories, and every Sunday morning after today. This gets straight to the point with an all primary color palette of styles to choose from, and a thinner base to keep you warm without overheating you. We couldn’t help but throw this best robe up here: it’s one of the more inexpensive best robes on the list, while still withholding the standards we set in place before compiling these products for you.
Majestic International Waffle-Knit Kimono is the king of luxury right here for any man. It’s slim-fitting, designed to make you look like absolute spoiled royalty, and even comes with a choice between three different designs. This blend of 60% cotton and 40% polyester is soft enough to keep you beyond relaxed, while also staying simple to clean. Classic Kimono sleeves keep this at a three-quarter length, which is a big up in the masculine look. Machine washable, comes with an adjustable belt, and keeps you warm and pampered as possible. Thanks to the linear lines and waffle-knit design, you’ll be saying “Five more minutes” each morning before getting ready for work.
It looks just like the robe your dad wore every Christmas morning, but it’s sporting the Hilfiger name and attention to detail that makes you look like a king. Your belt is detachable, which comes in handy when it’s time to clean. Made of nothing but 100% pure polyester, you’re wrapped in total comfort, while keeping this machine washable: there’s virtually nothing that you can’t do with this robe when it comes time to clean it. One thing that a lot of men’s robes lack is pockets, but with this, you get two deep side pockets. Classic plaid, padded for comfort, and comfortable as hell.
UGG is just the critically-acclaimed boot company; they’re all over the male fashion scene. One look at this robe, and you’re already wishing you could slip inside. This has a unique blend: 50% polyester, 44% cotton, and 6% spandex. That one-of-a-kind blend gives you just enough stretchiness to keep this form-fitting, but still lofty enough to be comfortable. Designed for above calf-length, your new midnight navy blue robe also has a couple of deep pockets, a belt tie closure, and a hooded shawl collar robe. Whether you’re living out the best moments from Rocky with that hood is totally up to you, the ideal robe for a men.
The common theme here is the Kimono-style robes, and we’ll tell you why: they actually enhance your masculine male physique. This one comes in basic black (with an attractive white pinstripe), or our preference of grey and white. Made of nothing but pure cotton and the Hugo Boss dapper style you’ve come to expect, this robe, ideal for the man, focuses on the number one reason you’re buying it: comfort. The simple pull-on closure hugs to your waistline, and keeps everything exactly where it should be (if you know what I mean). With the BOSS logo emblazoned right on the left chest, thick borders along the collar, and a relaxed style all your own, there’s nothing not to love.
Hefner may be gone, but you can’t tell me that this isn’t designed in the shadow of his Playboy king style. Padding along the collar, a thick and lush belt closure, and a comfortable look: you’re halfway to royalty as it is. Tommy Hilfiger put some serious time into this all-cotton robe, especially when it comes to the elephant in the room: their logo on the left chest area. Not a bad thing; it shows that you’re a man who understands luxury comfort, and you’re not afraid to go for it. This navy blue, College Prep Towelling Bathrobe will bring you right back into the nostalgia of your university days (and we hope that’s a good thing).
Not afraid to look relaxed and stylish as all holy hell? Good, because neither is Robert Graham. A bit bold and soft at the same time, this 100% silk robe is designed to wrap you in spine-tingling comfort, while still providing you with a helping hand of style. You get a couple of deep front pockets for your flask or cigar case (you Sinatra-looking fellow, you), and a thin sash to tie in the front. Where it’s all silk, you’re going to have to hand wash this or take it to a dry cleaner. A bold man can pull off this soft look, so are you up for the task?
Pure white, a comfortable blend, and a rich man’s look that can only be pulled-off by the good folks at Majestic. This Wellington spa robe is the cliche style that you see in every sitcom and movie, and for good reason: they’re luxurious comfort in every possible way you spin it. This one drops down to mid-calf length, so you don’t have to be so modest when you lean back on the armchair. You get a 60/40 blend of cotton and polyester, respectively, making this perfectly machine washable, and comfortable as can be. You’re going to pay a touch bit more for Majestic to be draped across your shoulders, but it’s worth every penny.
There’s never been a damn thing wrong with a classic navy blue robe, and there never will be. Derek Rose wants to drape you in cotton-crafted comfort, stemming from the tight neckline to your mid-calf region. Derek Rose Terry Velour Robe is made in Turkey, and given an added bit of detail in the stitching: there’s four rows, bringing about a slightly more “put together” look. Just because you’re rocking a robe doesn’t mean you need to be caught off-guard; from top to bottom, you’re covered and protected. There’s a flip side: it’s machine washable, but you have very specific dryer instructions. We tell you this now so you don’t accidentally damage the robe, so be on the lookout on the sales page for more information on proper maintenance.
You’re a man of luxury, after the best comfort on the planet, and nothing less. We’re going to be frank: Derek Rose Woburn Silk Robe is the epitome of delicate attention to detail. From the 100% silk construction of the robe, right on down to the satin strip around your waist, you’re basically wearing the sexiest robe on the planet for men. You get a chest pocket, two side pockets, and a cushy collar that refrains from all chafing. Silk robes are all about comfort, and while they don’t hold onto body heat the same way that cotton does, they’re a spine-tingling flare of luxurious comfort that everyone can agree on.
Majestic wants to be your number one choice, and from our list, you can tell with all these appearances that we’re totally in love with this brand. Majestic International Silk Robe is nothing but pure silk, and a totally dapper look that beats everything else that you’ve owned in the past. This sits at just under five feet in length, comes with some patch pockets for convenient storage, and is dry clean only, gentlemen. Gray and white pinstripes are reminiscent of the 1950’s. While you’ll be thinking about how good it looks on you, your significant other will enjoy how easy silk is to strip off of you. No matter which way you look at it, Majestic is all about the royal treatment.
Classic black, that iconic Polo icon in stark red, and a spa-like feeling that you can get for under a Benjamin. There’s nothing to lose with this 100% cotton robe, and a few patch pockets to keep convenient items right by your side. With a high-stakes brand like Polo Ralph Lauren, we were ecstatic to find such a simple care pattern: cold wash, low tumble dry, and no need to visit the dry cleaners for this one. From the padded collar and cuffs, right on down to the thick, adjustable belt, you’ll feel like you fell asleep on a cloud. Warning: buying this robe will make you hate your alarm clock way more, and the bed will feel like a kingdom.
Contrary to popular belief, this doesn’t run on Diesel (it was right there, I couldn’t help myself). Getting right down to it, this robe comes with a couple of large pockets, a comfortable hood, adjustable belt, and nothing shy of 100% cotton construction. Slipping into the padded collar and cuffs will give you flashbacks to the honeymoon, to those hotel robes that you just had no idea how they kept them so soft. This hangs above the knees, which gives you full mobility. Jumping up, laying down, or just getting around the flat, it’s time to call into work: sit back and enjoy the day, wrapped in your new luxury comfort companion.
If Armani is in the title, you know it’s going to make you look good. You’re a walking billboard with the Emporio Armani like tattoo sleeves along your shoulders and arms, but that’s not going to hinder you from looking like a total boss. This comes in four colors, though the basic black is our favorite (and anything but basic). You’re wearing an all-cotton layer of midnight charcoal, keeping you comfortable, warm, and functional. One of our main criteria with these robes was pockets, and boom baby, this has them: two front-bearing pockets for small items, and two belt loops to keep your cotton sash exactly where it’s supposed to be. Even if this is the only Armani item you’ll be adding to your wardrobe this year, this is where it counts.
If John Wayne had some 007-style scenes, you can bet he’d be rocking this in Monaco. There’s six different styles to choose from, all making use of neutrals and navy blues, while sticking to the 60/40 cotton and polyester blend. You get very defined pocket tops, cuffs, and your neck-to-knee collar lining. Jockey threw their logo on the left chest area, and made this a force to be reckoned with. If you slip into this, you’re going to look at all those lame robes (definately not the best robes!) your sister-in-law gave you for previous gifts, and toss them in the garbage. The waffle-weave texture, simple cleaning process and ever-present Kimono style all speak for themselves: we’re just the messengers.